Martin Keown & Premier League

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. The Premier League is an English professional league for association football clubs. 5.0/5

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Martin Keown , Arsenal legend , said are the favorites to win the Premier League race
Martin Keown's impression of Arsene Wenger is... questionable!. Watch more on tonight's Premier League show, at 22:00…
Chelsea’s David Luiz must do this to emulate John Terry, claims Martin Keown
Sportsmail columnist Martin Keown returned to answer more of your questions ahead of the weekend's Premier League fixtures. Leicester were
Jamie Vardy has taken the Premier League by storm this season. Sportsmail's Jamie Carragher, Martin Keown and Jamie Redknapp list their
Lee Dixon, Steve Bould, Nigel Winterburn, David Seaman, Martin Keown and Tony Adams with the Premier League trophy https…
With the international break now over, attention returns to the Premier League and Sportsmail columnist Martin Keown is back to answer
MARTIN KEOWN: There are more than 120 directors on the boards of the 20 Premier League clubs. Less than 10 have played or coached at a
Martin Keown has urged Arsene Wenger to sign a new striker...to compete in the Premier League and in Europe. http…
Arsenal legend, Martin Keown: "Arsenal MUST sign a world class striker, if they really want to win the Premier League t…
Martin Keown sounds mentally scarred from Manchester United dominating the whole Premier League era. Bless him, the bitter …
According to Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown on Wenger's altercation with Mourinho: "I was a little surprised. Mourinho has worked hard to get under his skin. Arsene's record against him is poor and every turn he seems to have a hold over Arsene and he certainly had it on Sunday." Chelsea's big guns make the difference Jose Mourinho's summer transfer policy was crystal clear. He wanted quality in midfield to replace the departing Frank Lampard and potency in attack after a failure of his strikers last season sabotaged his attempts to reclaim the Premier League. He solved those problems with the acquisition of Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa from Barcelona and Atletico Madrid respectively for a combined total of around £60m. Mourinho - who said Fabregas was in his company for only 10 minutes when they met before he announced he wanted to join Chelsea - will consider this time and money well spent. Costa may have been quiet on Sunday but still scored the killer second goal, his ninth in seven games, fro ...
Mark Chapman is joined by Brad Friedel, Jason Roberts and Martin Keown to discuss the talking points from the Premier League weekend.
ARSENAL BEAT Manchester City 3-0 TO LIFT Community Shield TROPHY Arsenal sent out a statement of intent for the season as they impressively dismissed Manchester City in the Community Shield at Wembley. The FA Cup winners took the lead through Santi Cazorla's angled shot and added to that when Aaron Ramsey drove in a strike to finish a counter-attack. Premier League champions City came close when Stevan Jovetic had a header hit the post and a shot saved. But Olivier Giroud's dipping 25-yard strike secured Arsenal's win. Martin Keown - BBC football analyst "It was the way Manchester City started the game. They were better in the second half but in the first half Arsenal moved the ball beautifully and Alexis Sanchez, in his wide right position, looked dangerous for Arsenal. "It is a good way to take Arsene Wenger into a new season and he will be delighted. He looks five years younger after winning the FA Cup and going back to Wembley to win again today." The victory is the first for Arsene Wenger's side in t ...
Arsenal legend Martin Keown backs Manchester City to win the Premier League title this season and believes that Liverpool will struggle.
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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 ...
The real battle Jamie Redknapp and Martin Keown give their views on Man City v Chelsea... but who do they think will triumph at the Etihad? By Jamie Redknapp and Martin Keown 00:11 03 Feb 2014, updated 01:30 03 Feb 2014 Monday evening's mouthwatering top-of-the- table clash between Manchester City and Chelsea could go some way to deciding who will win the Premier League. Here Jamie Redknapp and Martin Keown provide analysis on the game and discuss where they think it will be won and lost. MARTIN KEOWN How do Chelsea stop the City Juggernaut? Manchester City have been scoring goals for fun so Chelsea will need to be organised and resolute. City will look to attack constantly so the Chelsea defence must keep up their concentration. Prolific: Alvaro Negredo has already scored 24 goals for Manchester City this season Double trouble City are one of the few teams to play with two strikers this season — though they did play just one when they last faced Chelsea. Defenders have become used to playing against a ...
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 ...
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has tackled Martin Keown with his predictions for this weekend's Premier League matches, and is confident of three points for the big guns at the top.
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FULL MATCH UPDATE BETWEEN Manchester United 0-0 Arsenal 90’ MATCH SUMMARY It wasn't perhaps a classic in the mould of past Manchester United vs. Arsenal clashes, but there was no denying the battling endeavour of both sets of players, with league leaders Arsenal finding themselves enveloped in a war of attrition with a proud United side keen to show they're still serious about retaining their Premier League title. From the off, the red shirts got stuck into their opponents with Phil Jones enjoying a supreme first half as he looked to drive forward play from midfield, and tackling tirelessly in defence. Robin Van Persie gave United the lead on 26 minutes, powering a header beyond Szczesny from Wayne Rooney's corner, and the home side deserved it, having comfortably stifled their visitor's creativity - £47 million-man Mesut Ozil had a particularly ineffectual afternoon. Nemanja Vidic had been bullying Olivier Giroud in the first-half, but was taken off at half-time after being caught by David de Gea's kn ...
Manchester United v Arsenal: Arsène Wenger bids David Moyes 'welcome to our world of pressure' Gunners' manager will find Sunday's game a bit strange without Sir Alex Ferguson leading the opposition and jokes it may be an odd experience for the referee too . By Henry Winter, Football Correspondent DAILY TELEGRAPH. Arsène Wenger strides confidently into Old Trafford this weekend, wanting to welcome David Moyes to “our world of pressure” and wondering whether there was also a world of pressure for officials when Sir Alex Ferguson was in charge. “That’s a question you shouldn’t ask me but the referees,’’ said Wenger waspishly. For 17 years, the Arsenal manager has been visiting Old Trafford, doing well initially but with only one success in his past 11 Premier League trips there. The long, glowering shadow that Ferguson cast over the dugouts is no more, the Scot having retired from the tumult to a quiet seat in the stands. It will feel “a bit strange” without his old sparring partner, adm ...
Martin Keown can see a *** of light for Manchester United's Premier League title rivals following the summer exit of Sir Alex...
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 ...
*NEW STORY* MARTIN KEOWN: Premier League clubs' MVPs - no Robin Van Persie, Luis Suarez, Sergio Aguero or Maro...
While Manchester City sold Nigel de Jong and Adam Johnson and brought in Javi Garcia and Scott Sinclair in the summer, Manchester United were plotting to reclaim their Premier League crown. There was no marquee signing from City - they didn't raise the bar, but Sir Alex Ferguson always does. After our Arsenal team won the Double in 1998, he bought Jaap Stam and Dwight Yorke and United then won the Treble. By signing Robin Van Persie, he may have won the title before the contest even started. Van Persie is the best signing of the season.'-Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown. (DP)
I've never really passed to much comment on *** nil over the years but I read this earlier and it's pure class. In October 2004, Arsenal lost 2–0 to Manchester United, ending their 49-match unbeaten run in the Premier League. The match was dubbed the "Battle of the Buffet" after pizza was thrown at Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson at the end of the match in the players' tunnel by a then-unknown Arsenal player. Speculation that the player was Fàbregas was confirmed in November 2011 by Former Arsenal player Martin Keown on a phone-in show on BBC Radio 5 Live. Love it!
It was nice to see a lot of Premier League teams taking the FA Cup seriously, including Manchester City. Outside the Premier League, though, Malky Mackay made 11 changes.
Michael Laudrup would lead my Premier League special XI - Martin Keown
Dwight Yorke's hat-trick in a 6-1 win. Sylvain Wiltord's title-clinching winner. THAT Arsenal fan's face of celebration. Martin Keown versus Ruud van Nistelrooy. Arsene Wenger in the stand, arms outstretched. United's eight-goal demolition job last season. This is the fixture that has arguably given us more unforgettable moments in the Premier League era than any other.
Premier League Bootroom: Robin Van Persie dare not fail at Manchester United - Martin Keown
English Premier League Updates wrote:Santi Cazorla is better than Cesc Fabregas.-Arsenal legend Martin Keown.
Former Arsenal great Martin Keown remains optimistic about the club's quality roster even as the Robin Van Persie saga continues to rumble on.
Keown: Give Van Persie time: Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown believes Robin Van Persie must be given the ti...
Martin Keown: Laurent Koscielny and Thomas Vermaelen have emerged as possibly the best centre-back partnership in the Premier League.
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