Martin Keown slams Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka for 'ridiculous' red card record

Granit Xhaka has been urged to ‘clean up his act’ by Martin Keown after the Arsenal star received his fifth red card since the start of last season. 301 more words


Manchester City defence's age is not the main issue, says Arsenal great Martin Keown

Manchester City cannot use the age of their defenders as an excuse for their poor form at the back this season, says an all-time defensive great of the Premier League in Martin Keown. 309 more words


Pep Guardiola has looked a bad loser at Manchester City, says Arsenal legend Martin Keown

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has shown a petulant side to his personality after a difficult start in the Premier League, according to former Arsenal… 364 more words


Jose Mourinho won't regret selling Manchester United flop Memphis Depay

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho won’t regret allowing Memphis Depay to seal a transfer away from the club, according to Arsenal legend Martin Keown.

The Netherlands international has proven a huge disappointment at Old Trafford after just a season and a half on United’s books, and already looks to be heading out as he closes in on a move to Lyon. 230 more words


Liverpool will be toughest test for in-form Manchester United ace Phil Jones

Manchester United defender Phil Jones will face his toughest test of the season when the Red Devils welcome Liverpool to Old Trafford this Sunday, according to Martin Keown. 191 more words


Video: Chelsea's Diego Costa slammed by Football Focus pundits for seeking China transfer

The Spain international has been strongly linked with a shock departure from Stamford Bridge this January after reports of a massive falling-out with manager Antonio Conte. 341 more words


Martin Keown believes John Terry’s playing days are numbered after FA Cup red card

Martin Keown believes John Terry’s playing days are numbered after the Chelsea captain endured a nightmare return to first-team action.

Having not featured for Antonio Conte’s side in over two months due to a muscular injury, Terry failed to make the desired impact on his return against Peterborough United. 280 more words