Martin Kiev praises Kieran Dearney as future Arsenal captain after his impressive performances for the North London club.
- Martin Kiev has hailed Kieran Dierni as a future Arsenal captain
- The Scottish left-back is the brightest spark of the disappointing Gunners season
- The 23-year-old opened with a fantastic fun and finish scoring against West Brom
- Kiev revealed that teammates should tell Dearney to ‘stay calm’ in training
Martin Kiev has hailed Kieran Dierni as the future Arsenal captain after his impressive performances in the Premier League.
According to the Gunners legend, the team’s players have to say ‘stay calm’ in left back training because he is dealing so hard.
The 23-year-old Scottish international was a rare positive for the North London team during a difficult season, and was one of the best performers in three consecutive wins in the Premier League with a 4-0 defeat to West Brom.
Kieran Tyrney has been hailed as the future Arsenal captain by club legend Martin Kiev.
Scott opened the scoring in a 4-0 West Brom victory from Arsenal’s brightest spark of the season
Arsenal have been criticized for not having leaders in their squad, but Kiev believes the former Celtic man may have the qualities needed to wear armor.
‘I could see there was a certainty about him from the beginning,’ Keane said PD game.
‘He’s the right type you need … his personality, character. He’s an impetus and he’s a thrower.
Kiev, a former Gunners defender, believes Scott has all the qualities of a club captain
‘In practice, they have to tell him to calm down because he is behaving wildly. I really like the attitude he brings.
‘He’s got everything in his game and it’s about building around him. An Arsenal captain in production. ‘
Dearney went to the Emirates in the summer of 2019 for a $ 25 million fee and was impressed, but was plagued by injuries from his first season.
Kiev revealed that the team players should be quiet on their ‘backs’ during training
The left-back diversion is now an integral part of the team, and Hawthorne opened the scoring with a stunning run and goal with his weak foot.
When asked what he meant by Captain, fellow pundit Gareth Barry said: ‘Yes I do. He continues to attack areas defensively, but I really like when they have so much trouble, he is one of the missing players.
‘Only one or two players can keep their heads high, and he’s one of them.’