Simon Jordan couldn't help but be pleased with himself as a heated debate with Martin Keown led to the former defender joking he'd 'leave the studio'.
The Arsenal legend was on his regular Friday spot on White and Jordan and was discussing Mikel Arteta's FA charge for his rant after his side's 1-0 loss at Newcastle following another VAR controversy.
Keown brought up Joelinton's potential foul on Gabriel in the box before Antony Gordon's winning goal and the on-pitch referee and VAR allowing the goal to stand.
«In this instance, a former participant should [know]. I thought Jamie Carragher was brilliant on this,» he began. «The other night he saw a similar incident [in the Chelsea vs Man City game] where [Marc] Cucurella was fouled. He was actually dragged by [Erling] Haaland on the wrong side of play.»
Jordan then asked that if ex-pros agree with Keown, then why did former Man United and England defender Gary Neville deem it not to be a foul?
«It's who you want to believe, isn't it Martin?» Jim White chimed in. «If this wasn't Arsenal you wouldn't be saying this.»
As Keown assured White he'd soon be talking about the Chelsea vs Man City incident to bolster his argument, White said: «You're in denial.»
Jordan then began to ask Keown about his point about ex-players again, but the former Gunners star stopped him.
Clearly frustrated at being interrupted, Keown said: «Do you want me to do what Martin O'Neill said? 'I'm going to leave the studio'. Do you want me to do that?»
With a smile on his face, Jordan joked: «I'm happy for you to!»
The Arsenal legend did point out he was only joking about walking out, but did continue to state Carragher was correct in calling out what should've been a foul on Cucurella and blaming VAR for notRead on talksport.com