‘They are doing good but won’t win the league’: Club legend Martin Keown insists Arsenal are not title contenders despite fine form

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Martin Keown, former Arsenal defender, has heaped praise on his former club but insists they are not title contenders.

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Arsenal is on a winning streak after defeating Aston Villa 2-1 yesterday. With the victory, Arsenal has now won five consecutive games.

They are the only team in the league to have a perfect record. Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus scored in each half to keep Arsenal’s perfect start to the season intact.

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Despite the Gunners’ strong start, Keown believes it is too early to declare Arsenal a title contender.

On BT-Sport he said ( via Metro ):

“It’s a fantastic run Arsenal are on at the moment. I really enjoyed the character and personality they showed tonight.”

“It’s step by step with this Arsenal team. It’s so early in the season, it’s ridiculous [to call them title contenders]. It’s a new team but hopefully it’s the start of something special.”

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