Martin Keown & Van Persie
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. Robin Van Persie (born 6 August 1983) is a Dutch footballer who plays as a striker for Arsenal and the Dutch national team. /5
"On Wednesday night, he(Welbeck) was asked to support Van Persie and help mark Xabi Alonso and he did both admirably." Martin Keown
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)
Suarez against Van Persie by Martin Keown: Who is the best? Liverpool or Manchester United?
Suarez and RVP for Player of the Year Kevin Keegan believes Luis Suarez is rivalling Robin Van Persie for this season's PFA Players' Player of the Year award. Voting forms for the gong, awarded by the players' union, are set to go out next month, with Van Persie the hot favourite following his heroics for Manchester United. But Keegan, a two-time European Player of the Year with Hamburg, believes the modern-day star striker at the club where he made his name is more deserving - because of the magnificent work ethic he's shown in carrying Liverpool's team. Keegan said of the Uruguayan: “Don’t forget, he is paying for a side in transition. He is not playing in a stable team that is used to winning things, like Van Persie has had at United. Liverpool are not where Man United are. I am not being disrespectful, they know that. He is ploughing a lone furrow at times in that side.” Former Gunners defender Martin Keown, however, believes the Dutchman, who also won the award last season, leads the Player of ...
Martin Keown : "It will be unthinkable for Van Persie if win something this season and Man United don’t."
Van Persie dare not fail at Manchester United - Martin Keown
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown believes Wenger needs to sign a "world star" to replace wantaway striker Van Persie.
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown has said that it would be “wrong” for captain Robin Van Persie to leave the Emirates.
Martin Keown has urged Robin Van Persie to stay at Arsenal and believes it would be the wrong move if he left the club - www.goal.com
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown says the club must give captain Robin Van Persie time to decide his future.
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown believes Robin Van Persie must be given the time he needs as the Gunners skipper decides his future.
Former Arsenal defender Martin Keown believes the departure of Robin Van Persie would set the club back years
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