Martin Keown

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  1. Feb 16, 2008
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    Now you're getting closer

    As has been documented even by your own manager ( Nou Camp) "we used up more luck tonight than you get in a whole season"
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    Jopub From Barca to Orient - back down to earth with a b

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    "Thomas..It's up for grabs now - Thomas, righ
    Interesting your take on Keown

    Outside of your hatred for him you'd miss that he's one of the most articulate intelligent guys to have played the game in recent times.

    All he's displayed is his passion for the club he served with loyalty and distinction often in the face of direct intimidation which you lot showed against us from 2001 -2006. He was part of a team that did not stand for it for a second and often came up a winner - against you.

    He was often the main reason why we have beaten you understandable that you'd hate him so - makes him even more lovable for us:devil:

    Although of course as a player he cannot compare to Roy Keane he has everything that Keane exhibits that you love him for - never say die, always in the fight, ready to die for the badge...funny that


    Martin Keown © made from Arsenal rock :drool:



    He's a Fvking Arsehole!
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    Jopub From Barca to Orient - back down to earth with a b

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    "Thomas..It's up for grabs now - Thomas, righ
    "It's certainly been a hell of a rivalry over the years. In 1999 they dominated the whole of Europe, but we felt like their equals, and if Dennis Bergkamp had put that penalty away [in the FA Cup semi-final replay] they wouldn't have won the Treble, would they? Actually, I think it helped them in Europe that they had such strong competition with us in their own back garden." I file away the exciting theory that really it was Wenger who won the European Cup for Manchester United, and ask Keown whether he was pleased to see it happen?
    A telling pause. "I think it underlined to us how good we were. They only won the League by a point, and we made it very difficult for them." I try again; was he pleased when they won it? "I was more stunned by the manner in which they won it. But of course, you have to hold your hand up and be respectful. It was an outstanding achievement."


    Just in case any of you muppets may have some visual 'problems'

    Excellent article - interesting theory about how close competitiveness of the two sides gave Utd the edge in going for the treble


    Not sure about England winning Frances world cup though:D

    Arsenal fvking great and an Arsenal fvkng legend



    Keown:keano:
  4. Feb 16, 2008
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    Red Indian Chief Torn Rubber Thus says Kemo

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    My thoughts exactly
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    Jopub From Barca to Orient - back down to earth with a b

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    "Thomas..It's up for grabs now - Thomas, righ
    Bollocks argument

    Why should he be pleased, he's Arsenal through and through although he respects the achievement as he said

    Ask Roy Keane if he'd be "pleased" if we won the league this year - course not But like Keown he'd have respect for the achievement

    He's Utd through and through always will be..........of course you have worshipful respect for that attitude don't you :rolleyes:
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    Red Indian Chief Torn Rubber Thus says Kemo

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    :lol: You dont get it do you? He is a legend. An excellent defender and an Arsenal great. But I detest him. I always thought him an insufferable cnut like Dennis Wise. It makes me feel great that he is clearly irked by the fact we won the treble. whether he respects it or not.:D I don't freaking need him to be happy. Where would my joy be then? :p

    It makes me feel even better that he deludes hismelf they felt our equal. Or that our winning the league by a point meant the some how contributed to our success:lol: So I really don't get where your "bollocks argument":houllier: thing is coming from. Seriously....So though I respect Keown..I detest him, especially after that Ruud incident. So the article put's a huge smile on my face.
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    And about a dozen in your comments.
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    Red Indian Chief Torn Rubber Thus says Kemo

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    that too
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    Jopub From Barca to Orient - back down to earth with a b

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    "Thomas..It's up for grabs now - Thomas, righ
    The fact that you ignore wether he respects it or not illustrates the 'know feckall about football fool' that you are.

    As a professional who played at the highest levels he has his intense loyalty to his club (just like Keane or Neville) but that admirably doe'snt stop him acknowledging such a great achievement as that treble was. That alone deserves some respect for the man

    He did not say he contributed to your success but observed that it was probably in Utd's favour that there was such fierce competition from us at the time - a very astute and probably correct assumption

    Its easy to detest him - he embodied everything that Utd hate - a ferocious rivalry against Utd that would never submit to your intimidation under any circumstances a thorn forever in your backsides who came out on top against you many a time

    Fking love him for that

    Puts a smile my face ...always :)
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    Red Indian Chief Torn Rubber Thus says Kemo

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    Up yours Jopub. You clearly know feck all about life in general! I don't have to fecking like him or repect him. Like you so deseparately want me to do! I don't give a shit if he respects our win. He aint being sicne. so IO say feck him AND you! I fecking despise him as a character, so I'm happy our win hurt him. That aint rocket science. But to an airhead like you it clearly must be.....

    You don't deserve any repect when you behave like used to on the pitch and then try to justify it. Like he has done in that article. I don't care if he is a legend.....I hate him for the same reason? I hate that areshole named Romario...Another natural born despicable cnut

    :rolleyes:What's the fecking diffrence? Are you that dumb that you can't see it's the same thing? that he is claiming that on "some level" ARSENAL HELPED US TO THE TREBLE? Which is clear disrepect of our treble wining achievement?

    You wish. :houllier:It's easy to hate him because he used to act like an arsehole on pitch. Which he clearly isn't in the least bit ashamed that he used to. On top of that you claim that he "often came out on top" against us is fecking laughable.:lol: You want to talk about a fierce rival, who was a real thorn in our side, who used to get on top of us...bring up Patrick Viera..a player who I will never ever hate. Not Mr ape man....


    Yeah. For things you deluded yourself. Like United fans hating Keown for his "fierce rivalry and tenacity, a " ferocious rivalry against Utd that would never submit to your intimidation":lol:. (When the pathetic fecker was always trying to intimidate our players often failing miserably) Typical of airheads. It pleases me when they expose themselves like you have in the above post.:)
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    Hmmmmm.......he's not married ,is he?
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    If Paddy had played that game on OT he would have killed Keown! Too bad he didnt.
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    Not any more he isn't....But you get the drift I believe...:D
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    "It's certainly been a hell of a rivalry over the years. In 1999 they dominated the whole of Europe, but we felt like their equals, and if Dennis Bergkamp had put that penalty away [in the FA Cup semi-final replay] they wouldn't have won the Treble, would they? Actually, I think it helped them in Europe that they had such strong competition with us in their own back garden." I file away the exciting theory that really it was Wenger who won the European Cup for Manchester United, and ask Keown whether he was pleased to see it happen?"

    I find this line of bullshit very amusing indeed and no we didn't just rule the whole of Europe Mr. Keown, we ruled the world as well because did we not win the World Club Championship :D
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    I'm sure he's gone on record saying something similar to that. :D
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    All the more reason he should be ashamed of his drooling, cackling retard impression. Jopub you seem to forget here that if you now ask neutral fans what they remember about Keown's career the first thing the majority of them will say is "Retarded monkey impression". What a way for "one of the most articulate intelligent guys to have played the game in recent times" to be remembered.

    No visual problems here Jopub. The bit you've put in bold tells us all we need to know. But of course, you have to hold your hand up and be respectful. It was an outstanding achievement." Said through gritted teeth. Look in the history books and weep Keown you bitter bastard.

    Not a bollocks argument at all. Grinner said that United fans probably wouldn't enjoy reading the article. Some of us actually enjoyed reading how much that season hurt him. I hope he thinks about it every day and goes off into one of his rants about everyone else cheating.


    No it doesn't, the article leaves you with the impression that Keown's remarks indicating that he respects the achievement were said through gritted teeth. If he didn't acknowledge what a great achievement it was he would look like a bigger twat than he actually is. The treble has only been achieved on four occasions and only once by a team from a big league. For all Keown thinks they were United's equals his Arsenal have never won the Champions League and can't even manage to string back to back titles together, even Chelsea have done that. It just proves that Keown is a bitter feck and we think that that is funny.
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    How did keown attract a female in the first place? Is he rich?;)
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    Didn't he punch Ole Gunnar in the face too once?
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    Who supports a team thats won the Champions League...
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    What? :lol:

    Has Keown never played against Alan Shearer then? That's all it takes to develop "bad blood" with another player, yet he's supposed to be a hard man?

    What a girl
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    fair dues and I can understand why he was popular among Arsenal fans

    we have loads of ex players in that category from our very recent past some of whom could be categorised "legends" all of them with much larger medal hauls than Keown

    bet that winds you Arse twats up no end :D
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    Watching Arsenals defending in the first half there, I now fully understand why Keown is considered a great... :lol:
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    Pathetic come back. Throw in ths towel before the damage gets any worse:smirk:
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    You Ass-anal cnut.... :smirk:

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    I know why you Ass-anal fans think keown like a defender god ... :lol:
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    You're right - an arse-nil great but not a football great because the difference is immense. What a self absorbed tit!!!:wenger: :rolleyes:
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    Dirty graceless cnut - that interview of his should make you cringe not sanctify the bastard - says a lot about you too and it aint good
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    the only post in this thread of any worth.
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    Anyone else hear him last night on the BBC talking about the 20 Premier League awards, as ever advertising how little he knows about football?

    Highlights:

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    - Cantona was not a great player
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    There was this moment of like "What do you mean Cantona isn't a great player?" and then the idiot said "yeah I played against him a few times for England against France".

    Intellectual midget.
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    There is a reason His Royal majesty The King Eric Cantona is still revered world wide, recognised as a catalyst that reawakened our club, and is one of the most adored players ever, whilst Martin Keown is a chimp faced bitter little arse biscuit weasel of a man. How dare you claim the King was not great.....fecking peasant.

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