Martin Keown & Wayne Rooney
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. Wayne Mark Rooney (born 24 October 1985) is an English footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League club Manchester United and the England national team. /5
Martin Keown makes huges claim about Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Wayne Rooney
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QUOTE: Martin Keown on Wayne Rooney: "It's a dive...but it has to be a penalty."
MAIL Sportsmail columnist Martin Keown returns to answer your questions after another brilliant week of football…
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 ...
Tonight another Scot is on a mission.David Moyes is trying to rediscover the lost soul of Manchester United. One minute he must think he's found the source of power that took his predecessor to 13 titles, the next moment he knows more work is needed to rekindle that burning fire of old. But improvement is being made. They are unbeaten in eight matches. Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie have 16 goals between them. Rooney has scored 12 league and cup goals against the Gunners, including a hat-trick in the 8-2 hammering of 2011. He was also accused of diving to win a penalty in the infamous "Pizzagate" clash that ended the Arsenal Invincibles' unbeaten run of 49 games in 2004. The previous year, Martin Keown and Ruud van Nistelrooy had sparked a nasty confrontation. It's been ugly. It's been beautiful. Few will forget Ryan Giggs' legendary FA Cup semi-final goal in 1999. It took the Double away from London to Manchester, setting up United for their famous Champions League victory and changing the course of f ...
Cristiano Ronaldo, Cesc Fabregas, Wayne Rooney, Gareth Bale and Luis Suarez - should they stay or... via
Joe Hart did really well to save Ronaldinho’s penalty and then reach the rebound before the Brazilian. Julio Cesar’s stops to defy Wayne Rooney and Gary Cahill were stunning.
It was 6-1 last season and now it's 6-5! But who comes out on top as Martin Keown selects his Manche...
Manchester derby XI: Martin Keown picks Wayne Rooney but leaves out Sergio Aguero
Grant Holt deserves England chance, says Martin Keown: Wayne Rooney is the only Englishman to score more Premier...
Martin Keown: "Ross McCormack is a poor man's Wayne Rooney." I'd take that!
Martin Keown on 5 live: "Ross McCormack is a poor man's Wayne Rooney." A destitute, homeless, hopeless man, maybe...
Martin Keown has been on his crack pipe again classing Ross McCormack as a "poor mans Wayne Rooney"
Martin Keown from 5LIVE just described Ross McCormack as a poor man's Wayne Rooney.
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