Martin Keown & Patrick Vieira
Martin Raymond Keown (born 24 July 1966 in Oxford, England) is a former English professional footballer who played as a defender from 1984 to 2005 notably in the Premier League for Arsenal where he made over three hundred appearances for the club and won nine major trophies. Patrick Vieira (born 23 June 1976 in Dakar, Senegal) is a retired French footballer of Senegalese descent who is the Football Development Executive at Manchester City. /5
Martin Keown Patrick Vieira Tony Adams Arsene Wenger Emmanuel Petit Thierry Henry Premier League Ray Parlour Nigel Winterburn David Seaman Paul Scholes Dennis Bergkamp Manchester City Cesc Fabregas Lee Dixon Steve Bould Nicholas Anelka Gary Neville Daily Mirror
MARTIN KEOWN: I remember when Remi Garde first arrived at Arsenal. He came on the same day as Patrick Vieira in 1996 and …
Tony Adams,Martin Keown,Patrick Vieira.until we get players with similar x'tics like these,we're doomed.
Manchester City's Patrick Vieira chats to ex Arsenal colleague Martin Keown, father of Niall of course.
Paul Scholes to Arsene Wenger “They (Arsenal) capitulated at Chelsea and it seems to be a similar theme that happens when they play the top teams. For one reason or another players go missing. The players like Arteta, Cazorla, Rosicky and Ozil, it seems like they go on the pitch with no discipline. “There are no leaders like Patrick Vieira, Tony Adams or Martin Keown. When these players go 2-0 down they just carry on what they are doing they have a walk up front, lose the ball, play a nice little one-two and not even bother running back. “It’s Arsenal fans I feel sorry for because it is the same every year. They get a sniff of the title then they go to Chelsea and do nothing. The fans expect Arsenal to be going for the league but they’re a million miles away in my eyes. They need characters and leaders. “Jack Wilshere came on the scene and looked a top young player but he has never really gone on. He needs the characters like Vieira next to him to take him to the next level. He doesn’t look ...
Arsenal don't need a new manager; they need Arsene Wenger to become a new man. He needs to go from being a dreamer to a pragmatist, and revisit the past to understand how he earned his reputation. Wenger's early teams at Arsenal were physically imposing. You'd stand next to the likes of Martin Keown, Patrick Vieira, Emmanuel Petit and Co. in the tunnel and know there was a fierce battle ahead. They had a mob of street fighters back then—tough players who stood up to be counted. But at some point Wenger decided on a change of philosophy. Perhaps inspired by the rise of teams like Barcelona on the Continent, he turned his focus to signing smaller, more mobile players. It might have been the right approach for Europe, but it neglected the fundamental requirements of the Premier League. Fans in England want to see physicality. They want to see players who can win aerial battles, thrive in close-quarters combat and handle themselves in a challenge. The Premier League is a reflection of that, and you can't wi ...
Got to agree to certain extend with Paul Scholes comments on Arsenal. We don't have leaders like Patrick Vieira, Martin Keown in Arsenal.
“There’s no leaders within them. There’s no Patrick Vieira, no Tony Adams, no Martin Keown."- I have to agree with u, Paul Scholes :(
.."There are no leaders. No Patrick Vieira, no Adams, or Martin Keown. They need sometimes a midfielder who says .
Scholes: It just seems the midfield players have no discipline, there's no leader there,no Patrick Vieira,no Adams,no Martin Keown
In high moments at Patrick Vieira,Tony Adams or Martin Keown provided leadership.
Szczesny's red card is the 100th chalked up by an Arsenal player during the Arsene Wenger era, which began in 1996. Patrick Vieira tops the list with 10 dismissals, with Martin Keown in second with seven red cards and six players, Dennis Bergkamp, Gilles Grimandi, Laurent Koscielny, Ray Parlour, Emmanuel Petit and Robin Van Persie, sitting third with four sendings-off each. My take Statisticians.
The former Gunners captain has dismissed the north London side's title chances on account of a perceived "lack of leadership" within Arsene Wenger's ranks Patrick Vieira does not believe that former club Arsenal will win the Premier League this season because they cannot "win games playing badly". The Frenchman, who now coaches Manchester City's Under-21 side, lifted the title three times during his nine-year spell in north London. Arsenal have not won any silverware since Vieira converted the winning penalty in a shootout against Manchester United in the 2005 FA Cup final, though, and the 37-year-old believes the Gunners still lack the ability to win ugly. “When you look at Arsenal, they play fantastic football. But sometimes you need to win games playing badly, and I don't think Arsenal are capable of that at the moment,” the Frenchman told the Daily Mirror. "Maybe there is a lack of leadership - they don't have a Tony Adams, Martin Keown or Sol Campbell. These are players who can be leaders on or o ...
mate we had Tony Adams Paul Merson Martin Keown and Patrick Vieira all with their own issues
PLANETFROM A TRUE GUNNER The Return of the British Core... Knowingly or not, Arsene owes a great debt to his predecessors, especially George Grahamwho nurture the roots of English at the squadhe inherited as boyband "Arsenal Famous Wonderwall" consisting of David Seaman, Martin Keown, Tony Adams, Steve Bould, Lee Dixon and Nigel Winterburn and midfielder energetic Ray Parlour...But soon the British Core dissapered and Arsene Wenger started recruiting French players who later won manytitles...Patrick Vieira in his first season, Nicholas Anelka and Emmanuel Petit (1997/98) and Thierry Henry - who was flop at Juventus - season 1999/2000... This was a breakthrough decision because this formula successfully brought many titles...The arrival of African Players changed the Premier League...This is what makes French connection base becoming crucial because the majority of African countries use French as their official language...CescFabregas in an interview once said that he was having trouble arriving at Arsenal ...
We're picking the central midfield partner for Patrick Vieira in our ultimate XI. Martin Keown as DM, solid cent mid
Manchester United 0-0 ARSENAL - 21 AUGUST In 2002, Arsenal clinched the Premiership title with a 1-0 win at Old Trafford, last term they surrendered the match 2-0, and eventually their title. This season, Old Trafford was once again a battlefield and though the teams fought a stalemate, Arsenal delivered a telling blow. Not least to Ruud Van Nistelrooy - both physically and mentally - after the Dutchman missed an injury-time penalty. Martin Keown taunts Ruud Van Nistelrooy Van Nistelrooy had earlier clashed with Patrick Vieira and the Gunners skipper was sent off for his second booking, which incensed his team-mates. And when the United striker smashed his spot-kick against the bar, the beautiful game turned ugly. On the final whistle, Van Nistelrooy was buffeted by a number of Arsenal players. Arsenal players banned Lauren, Martin Keown, Ashley Cole and Ray Parlour were all later fined and suspended after pleading guilty to improper conduct. Their actions can not be condoned, but the episode demonstrated ...
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has no doubts his current players have as much heart as the likes of Tony Adams, Patrick Vieira and Martin Keown.
Wenger : The current players care MORE about the club then Tony Adams, Martin Keown, Patrick Vieira and Thierry Henry
Arsenal haters, please lend me your ears just for a moment..!!Arsenal is a hotshot team that will, once again, qualify for the Champions League next season..!! What I really miss in the current squad is the killer instinct and never-say-die attitude of legends in the mould of Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, Tony Adams, David Seaman, Mark Overmars, Martin Keown,Emmanuel Petit, Dennis Berkamp etc ,etc. We have to strengthen the squad this January transfer window...the money is there; plenty of it..!! Arsenal is a lifestyle..!!!
Patrick Vieira, Martin Keown, Tony Adams, Nigel Winterburn, all, I hear, would love a coaching role at Arsenal. Madness , never offered it.
Why Arsenal are in decline... Arsenal FC are not even a shadow of the side they once were. Two to three times a week they are supposed to line up as a team, when in actuality they are closer to 11 individuals. They have no leaders. This season has merely confirmed that Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri, Gael Clichy and Robin Van Persie were all right to leave. Their performance last night was further proof, as if it was needed, of their shambolic decline. Usually when teams go out of a cup competition to a lower league underdog, they hammer the opposition. There are often some questionable refereeing decisions which go against them. The ball is cleared off the line, hits the post and the bar, but just won’t go in. There wasn’t enough of that against Bradford. Not one player, played like he wanted to progress into a cup semi-final. The likes of Patrick Vieira, Dennis Bergkamp, Martin Keown and Tony Adams would have given everything to try and prevent failure. Eight years ago this result would have been unthin ...
I sure hope Arsenal took the DNA of Tony Adams, Martin Keown, Patrick Vieira, Robert Pires and Thierry Henry!
The two best teams I faced in my career were Juventus (1996-1999) and Arsenal (1997-2000). It isn’t so much the individual flair and skill that stands out, it’s the mental toughness. Think of the characters: Angelo Peruzzi, Ciro Ferrara, Paolo Montero, Antonio Conte, Zinedine Zidane, Didier Deschamps, Alessandro Del Piero; David Seaman, Nigel Winterburn, Martin Keown, Tony Adams, Emmanuel Petit, Patrick Vieira, Dennis Bergkamp. You knew you would never break them mentally. If you have a core of characters like that, you win titles. -Gary Neville-
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