Alan Shearer & Andy Cole
Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. Andrew Alexander Cole (born 15 October 1971 in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire) is a retired English footballer./5
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Alan Shearer currently holds the record with 260 goals, Andy Cole (187 goals) and Wayne Rooney (187 goals) are joint second
Wayne Rooney is now level with Andy Cole on 187 goals, 2nd only to Alan Shearer (260)
The days of Owen,Andy Cole,Alan Shearer,David Beckham those were English players a club can die to have
Andy Cole is unfathomably underrated. His record versus Alan Shearer, with penalties taken out.
.All time goal scorer is Alan Shearer with 260 goals. Season best is 34 jointly held by Shearer and Andy Cole
Alan shearer is off to Newcastle, Andy Cole is off to Mutd , is off to Liverpool
6 Englishmen with hatrick in the ChampionsLeague:. Mike Newell, Andy Cole, Alan Shearer, Owen, Rooney and Welbeck .
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger surprised by Danny Welbeck's speed, skill and finishing ability Arsene Wenger says Danny Welbeck surpassed even the Frenchman's expectations with hat-trick against Galatasary in the Champions League . By Jeremy Wilson, at the Emirates Stadium Arsène Wenger admitted that he had not appreciated that Danny Welbeck was a good finisher or so adept technically even after spending £16 million on making him the most expensive centre-forward in Arsenal's history. Welbeck followed Michael Owen, Alan Shearer, Wayne Rooney, Mike Newell and Andy Cole to become only the sixth English player to score a Champions League hat-trick. Asked what he had learnt about Welbeck in the past month, Wenger said: “I’ve learnt he’s a good finisher. Technically he’s very sound. That was a surprise. He’s technically clean and that he’s a good passer of the ball. “Honestly, I didn’t know he was so quick. I knew he was quick but he can be electric when he starts. He showed that instinct of . ...
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has matched Thierry Henry's all-time Premier League goals record with his strike against QPR on Sunday. The England captain picked up the ball from Ander Herrera before cutting inside from the left and beating Rob Green at his near post to give Louis van Gaal's side a 3-0 lead before half-time. Rooney has now scored 175 times in the English top flight, the same as former Arsenal hero Henry. The former Everton forward reached the landmark in 377 appearances, whereas Henry took just 258. Rooney is now joint third in the all-time scoring charts, and needs just 13 more goals to leapfrog Andy Cole into second. But he is still 85 behind former Southampton, Blackburn and Newcastle United striker Alan Shearer, who notched 260 times in 441 appearances.
So longest time ? Ryan Giggs. Impact in space of few years and world best ? C Ronaldo. Goals ? Alan Shearer or Andy Cole. So why Henry ?
You look at the great England strikers we've had in recent time; Gazza, Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer, Ian Wright, Teddy Sheringham, Michael Owen, Robbie Fowler, Andy Cole ect and that's just off the top of my head. Now look.
1. Where was the 1986 World Cup held? Mexico 2. Who was the last player to captain England before David Beckham? Martin Keown 3. What football club did Gordon Banks play for when he won his 1966 World Cup medal? Leicester City 4. Fill in the missing name in this sequence of England managers: Ramsey, Mercer, Revie, ? , Robson. Ron Greenwood (1977-82) 5. Which of these players never scored a hat-trick for England: Bobby Charlton, Gary Lineker, Paul Scholes, Luther Blissett, Teddy Sheringham, Alan Shearer? Teddy Sheringham 6. England coaches Sammy Lee and Ray Clemence played together at which club? Liverpool 7. How many places were allocated to African teams for the 2006 World Cup? Five 8. What did all these players win between 1989 and 1997: Paul Merson, Matt Le Tissier, Lee Sharpe, Ryan Giggs, Andy Cole, Robbie Fowler and David Beckham? The (PFA) Young Player of the Year award, 1989-97 9. Aside from goalkeepers, which two England captains since 1966 never scored their country? *** Mills and Trevor Cherry. ...
If Suarez continues to score 1.38 goals/game, he can end the season with 45 PL goals breaking the record of Andy Cole and Alan Shearer (34)
With 29 goals scored, Luis Suarez is closing in on Andy Cole and Alan Shearer's record of 34 goals scored in one Premier League season.
Luis Suarez can join Alan Shearer, Andy Cole in the 30 goal club - Luis Suarez must be licking his lips. As the Liverpool striker hovers near the 30-goal mark he next faces a side he savours scoring against. -
Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard and striker Luis Suarez have been named joint Barclays Player of the Month for March. It is only the sixth time the honour has been shared. Their manager, Brendan Rodgers, has been named Manager of Month for the second time this season. Sharing the honour The Player of the Month award has been shared on five previous occasions: Alan Shearer & Chris Sutton (Blackburn Rovers) - November 1994 Robbie Fowler & Stan Collymore (Liverpool) - January 1996 Kevin Davies (Southampton) & Andy Cole (Manchester United) - November 1997 Dennis Bergkamp & Edu (Arsenal) - February 2004 Dimitar Berbatov & Robbie Keane (Tottenham Hotspur) - April 2007 Title contenders Liverpool scored 18 goals in March as they beat Manchester United 3-0, Cardiff 6-3, Southampton 3-0, Tottenham 4-0 and Sunderland 2-1. It is the sixth time England captain Gerrard, 33, has won the award in his career.
England Posted on April 11, 2014 by john Suarez: Team before Golden Boot(PA) Luis Suarez may be chasing the Premier League’s goalscoring record but he would happily sacrifice a Golden Boot for Champions League football with the Reds. The Uruguay striker, jointly named the top flight’s player of the month for March with captain Steven Gerrard, has 29 in 28 matches – having been suspended for five league games at the start of the season. Andy Cole, in 1993-94, and Alan Shearer, in the following season, scored 34 in 40 and 42 games respectively, while the record for a 38-game Premier League campaign is 31 – achieved by Cristiano Ronaldo in 2008-09 and Shearer in 1995-96.
Revealed: Luis Suarez lets Steven Gerrard take the Liverpool FC penalties because he values team success over personal milestones. The star striker, who has bagged 29 in 28 games, is chasing the Premier League's goalscoring record, which stands at 31. Cristiano Ronaldo and Alan Shearer are in the 31-club, while Andy Cole and Shearer scored 34 in 40 and 42 games respectively when the league was bigger. Via Daily Star
Luis Suarez (Liverpool) In truth, there seems little doubt as to where the top gong will end up this season, - or at least where it should. Luis Suarez may not be everyone's cup of tea, to put it nicely, but over the course of the campaign he has shown the most flashes of brilliance, having done so on a consistent basis throughout the season. Is Suarez Liverpool's greatest No.7? With 29 goals to his name he looks set to break Cristiano Ronaldo and Alan Shearer's record of 31 in a 38-game season and may well usurp the 34 that both the latter and Andy Cole managed before the campaign was whittled down from 42 matches. The Uruguayan has both scored (15) and created (19) the most clear-cut opportunities in the league, and in leading the division in both goals and assists (11) up to now, there can be little debate that he has been the best player in England's top tier. Indeed, his 29-goal tally is better than the tallies of both Ronaldo and Lionel Messi at this stage this season, and the controversial forward ...
The first Premier League game I watched was Newcastle's. The player I witnessed scoring goal was Alan Shearer. Then I started to recognise deadly duo, Dwight York and Andy Cole form Manchester United. Thanks to brother Thirun Ramachandran. If he didnt turn on TV3 for EPL Highlights , I probably wouldnt have loved football this much .
Wayne Rooney is 4th in the list of all time Premier League top scorers with his two goals Yesterday . All-TIME Premier League TOP SCORERS: 1 Alan Shearer (260) 2 Andy Cole (187) 3 Thierry Henry (175) 4 Wayne Rooney (171) 5 Frank Lampard (170)
Only three Reds have scored more than 20 Premier League goals in a single season - Fowler twice, Torres once and Suarez last term. Now the SAS are set to do it in the same campaign. Suarez's hat-trick today takes his top flight tally up to 28 - which matches Robbie Fowler's Premier League record for the Reds and goes some way to threatening Alan Shearer and Andy Cole's joint record of 34. Those 34-goal hauls were in a 42-game season too, so Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo's joint record of 31 league goals in a 38-game campaign is even closer. League & LFC top scorers | Create infographics Sturridge, now on 19 strikes in the league, is also poised to fire through the 20 barrier. While Suarez is still some way off the LFC record for most goals in a single league campaign (41 for Roger Hunt when the Reds won the Second Division in 1961/62), the SAS partnership could become the most successful in Anfield history. Ian St John and Roger Hunt notched 52 goals between them in 1963/64 - Suarez and Sturridge are hot ...
With 12 games to go in the league can Luis Suarez break the Premier League scoring record this season and beat Andy Cole (1994) & Alan Shearer (1995) on 34 goals each, but Suarez is on 23 goals this season with the help of Sturridge who is on 16 goals, but this could be fun tomorrow against Swansea with the SAS both hungering for goals.
ROB SHEPHERD: Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton barely spoke when they were strike partners at Blackburn, Teddy Sheringham and Andy Cole disliked each other so much they didn’t even say hello at Manchester United and it’s unlikely that the new SAS, Liverpool’s prolific duo Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge, go out dancing together either. tinyurl.com/n98xuaw
will Suarez be able to create history ???.he has already scored 22.place your views guys. "The leading scorers of EPL.." 1993/94 Andy Cole – 34 goals The Newcastle United forward was too much to handle for just about every defence that season which led to Alex Ferguson forking out £7 million for his services the following year. Accused of missing several chances before getting on the score sheet – stats indicated other strikers were in fact guiltier of this than Cole – his deadly partnership with Dwight Yorke during the 1998/99 season was a key part of the Treble winning side. 1994/95 Alan Shearer – 34 goals The first of three years in a row that the England striker sat top of the pile and instrumental in helping Blackburn Rovers land the title. Left to join Newcastle United for £15 million and quickly made that fee look like a bargain as he continued in a similar prolific vein. With 260 goals to his name, Shearer has an incredible 73 to spare over Andy Cole as the top Premier League goal scorer ...
Football should be about great goals, not poor referees. Football should be about savouring a wonderful strike from Cheick Tioté, a goal that would have stood comparison with many of the past gems witnessed at St James’ Park from Jackie Milburn to Malcolm Macdonald, Andy Cole to Alan Shearer. Football should not be about lamenting a wretched decision from a professional referee. Premier League Barclays Football
Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke, Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton, Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp, Alan Shearer and Les Ferdinand, Robbie Fowler and Stan Collymore, Nial Quinn and Kevin Phillips, Eidur Gudjohnsen and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Andy Cole and Peter Beardsley, Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka, Dean Saunders and Dalian Atkinson.best strike partnerships in epl history son Tariq DaCosta
Luis Suarez has already won the Golden Boot so the real question is... By how many goals will he win it with? The record for most goals in a season is 34goals held by Andy Cole and Alan Shearer but at this rate he will smash it.
The top five Premier League goal scorers get their own little write up and a link to video of their goals. Everyone outside of that gets just their name, the clubs they played and scored for (or club, in the case of Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Matt LeTissier) and, of course, their total number of Premier League goals. You can also jump directly to the Premier League Golden Boot winners and Most Premier League goals this season sections. All Time Premier League Top Scorers The top ten all time Premier League top scorers are: 1. Alan Shearer: 260 goals in 434 appearancess 2. Andy Cole: 187 goals in 408 appearancess 3. Thierry Henry: 176 goals in 258 appearances 4. Frank Lampard: 167 goals in 567 appearances * 5. Robbie Fowler: 163 goals in 375 appearances 6. Michael Owen: 163 goals in 362 appearances 7. Wayne Rooney: 158 goals in 351 appearances * 8. Les Ferdinand: 150 goals in 347 appearances 9. Teddy Sheringham: 146 goals in 407 appearancess 10. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink: 127 goals in 287 appearances
A weekend treat for all you England Football fans a new article by star writer Tom "Too sweet" Pitt Rashid... Overpaid. Egotistical. Uninterested. Unpatriotic. These are a few of the accusations regularly levelled en masse at the English national football team. The tipping point? The 2010 World Cup. England, with a spinal cord of world class talent, were expected to deliver. You know what happened next and you know whodunit too. Yet again, we crashed out of major tournament prematurely. Over the last 20 years England have had great teams. Think of the players we’ve had: Paul Gascoigne, Alan Shearer, Paul Scholes, Gary Linekar, Steven Gerrard, Ashley Cole, David Platt, Wayne Rooney, John Barnes, Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard, Gary Neville, Tony Adams, Sol Campbell. It goes on. On top of that, think of the players the England team never got the best of: Matt Le Tissier, Robbie Fowler, Steve Mcmanaman, Andy Cole, Ian Wright… Michael Owen? Yet still, nothing to show for it. The focal point of the debate co ...
Andrew Alexander "Andy" Cole (born 15 October 1971 in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire) is an English former professional footballer and coach at Huddersfield Town. He was almost universally known as Andy Cole in the 1990s, but in 2000, he allegedly asked to be known as Andrew Cole. As a player, he was a striker from 1988 to 2008. He is most notably remembered for his time in the Premier League, with Manchester United, where he spent six years of his career and winning numerous trophies in the process. He also played in the top division of English football for Arsenal, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, Fulham, Manchester City, Portsmouth and Sunderland, as well as in the Football League for Bristol City, Birmingham City, Burnley and Nottingham Forest. A Former England international, Cole is the second-highest goalscorer in Premier League history; in his career, Cole has scored a total of 187 Premier League goals, placing him behind Alan Shearer who has 260 goals. Cole has the distinction of being one of the ...
talking Footy wit me sis here and she's asking me of Luis Figo, Alan Shearer, Andy Cole , Thierry Henry & Kanu. Lol
No it's not Alan Shearer it's in fact Andy Cole ~ Lets look at caps Shearer 1992–2000 England Caps 63 Goals(30) Andy Cole 1995–2002 England 15 (1) Many of those for Cole were as a sub.
15 odd years ago, think of the strikers at England's disposal. Alan Shearer, Ian Wright, Matt Le Tissier, Robbie Fowler, Michael Owen, Teddy Sheringham, Andy Cole, Les Ferdinand and Paul Gascoigne. Now look. Some people are actually calling for Grant Holt to get a call-up... Mostly people from Norwich, it must be said. - Ed
Today's answers - Andy Cole, Michael Owen, Alan Shearer, Gareth Bale, Wayne Rooney & Mike Newell. was first to get it right!
Andy Cole for Man United and Alan Shearer for way-eh, Newcastle.
WHILE growing up on Tyneside watching Newcastle United, Danny Graham dreamed of running out at St James’ Park in a black and white No.9 jersey that commands mythical status in a football-mad city. Today he will get to fulfil part of that dream – Graham will play on what he must regard as hallowed turf, but the shirt will be that of Swansea City, and the number will be 10. And, though Graham’s formative years were spent watching Andy Cole, Les Ferdinand and Alan Shearer as they became heroes among the Geordie faithful, nostalgia will be way down his list of priorities when he crosses the white line. “Scoring the winner there would be right up there,” said Graham, his game-sealing second against Fulham last week being his fifth since becoming a Swan in a £3.5m move from Watford in the summer. “Obviously things like debuts and first goals are all very special, but to go up against your boyhood team and scoring in front of all your family and friends would make it one of the best. Especially beca ...
20 YEARS OF THE BPL The Barclays Premier League has now been contested for 20 seasons. Every year over the past two decades the players, managers, Clubs and the League have created some great moments and matches that tell the story of a season. 1992/93 The competition is formed as the Premier League, 22 teams compete in the first season. Sheffield United's Brian Deane scores the first goal on 15th August in a campaign that Manchester United go on to win. Premier League grounds are 69.6% full and the season’s aggregate attendance is 9.75m. Premier League turnover is £46m. 1993/94 Carling become the first Title Sponsors and the competition is known as the Carling Premiership. Manchester United become only the fourth team in the 20th century to do the League and FA Cup double. Andy Cole scores a record 34 goals for Newcastle United. 1994/95 Blackburn Rovers, managed by Kenny Dalglish, win the Championship on the final day of the season. Rovers striker Alan Shearer equals Andy Cole's scoring record with 3 ...
The top 10 highest Premier League scorers of all time 1. Alan Shearer - 260 goals 2. Andy Cole - 189 goals 3. Thierry Henry - 176 goals 4. Robbie Fowler - 163 goals 5. Frank Lampard - 153 goals 6. Wayne Rooney - 150 goals 7. Les Ferdinand - 149 goals 8. Michael Owen - 149 goals 9. Teddy Sheringham - 147 goals 10. Jimmy F Hasselbaink - 128 goals Emile Heskey is down at the number 16 spot with 111 goals Jermain Defoe is at number 14 with 121 goals, can see him gaining a few places if he carries on with this form Wayne Rooney moved up to 6th spot after his 2 goals against Manchester City last weekend.
PL debutants to have scored 11+ goals in matchround 16: Alan Shearer, Andy Cole, Kevin Phillips, Mark Viduka, Sergio Agüero and
Alan Shearer has reckon current United’s strikers as Sir Alex’s finest. He rated Robin Van Persie,Wayne Rooney,Javier Hernandez and Danny Welbeck even higher than the 1998/1999treble winning strikers which is Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke, Ole G unnar Solskjaer and Teddy Sheringham. “They may leak goals at the other end but goodness this team has gotsome firepower. Robin Van Persie, Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck and Javier Hernandez is the most frightening array of attacking talent Alex Ferguson has ever had. And, yes, I include the Fantastic Four from 1999 of Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke, Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.” – Alan Shearer , any comments ?
I got this fro the History page. MORE GOALS Manchester United became the first team to have scored 1 000 goals in the league after Cristiano Ronaldo scored in a 4–1 defeat of Middlesbrough in the 2005/06 season. Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool are the only other teams to have reached the 1 000-goal mark. The highest-scoring match to date in the Premier League occurred on September 29, 2007, when Portsmouth beat Reading 7–4. Five goals is the record individual scoring total for a player in a single Premier League game, and as of November 2009, only three players had achieved this feat, Andy Cole first, followed by Alan Shearer and then Jermain Defoe. Only Ryan Giggs of Manchester United has scored in all 18 Premier League seasons.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney believes former Arsenal superstar Thierry Henry is the finest striker to have ever played in the Premier League. Henry scored 174 goals in 254 league appearances for Arsenal prior to leaving the Emirates Stadium for Barcelona in 2007, while the French veteran added another strike to his tally during an emotional return last season. The Arsenal legend is third on the Premier League's all-time goalscorer list which is headed by ex-Newcastle captain Alan Shearer with 260 goals, while former Manchester United striker Andy Cole is second with 187. Rooney himself is in eighth position with 148 goals for Everton and Manchester United during his decade as a professional, and looked to Henry for inspiration while he was moving up the youth ranks. Despite Shearer being the most potent player the Premier League has seen, Rooney still ranks Henry above the Former England skipper, and says he was always entertained by the record Arsenal scorer. "I'd have to say Thierry Henry. Fro ...
Only Dimitar Berbatov, Andy Cole, Alan Shearer and Jermain Defoe had scored five times in a Premier League game
The highest goalscorer in EPL history is Alan Shearer; he scored 260 goals. Andy Cole & Thierry Henry are 2nd & 3rd on d list wit 189 & 176
How much are Premier Division Strikers really worth. Overvalued or not. The best striker that has played in the Premier League without a doubt is Alan Shearer. He has 260 goals to his credit. Andy Cole is next on 187, followed by Henry on 176. Robbie Fowler is the only other striker with over 150 goals in the Premier League. He has 163. Frank Lampard has 149 which is some total for a mid fielder. Rooney is on 134. RVP had a fantastic season last year scoring 30 league goals. In the previous 7 seasons he has accumulated 66 goals. Olde saying : "One swallow does not make a summer " comes to mind. However - LET THE BATTLE COMMENCE.
Alan Shearer. Greg Norman. Andy Cole until he went to the manc jerks, Dean Saunders , Rob Lee, David Campfield
Alternatively Leon Best given the number 9 shirt as worn by Alan Shearer, Chris Sutton, Roque Santa Cruz and Andy Cole
Rio Ferdinand should be at Euro 2012 say Alan Shearer and Andy Cole via
whoa whoa whoa Alan Shearer and Andy Cole?
The answer to the question is: Andy Cole, Alan Shearer (Twice), Kevin Phillips, Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo
The other five players are Andy Cole, Alan Shearer (did it three times), Kevin Phillips, Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Time up! The answers were Andy Cole, Les Ferdinand, Alan Shearer, Oba Martins, Andy Carroll and Demba Cisse. Well done if you got it right!
Only 6 players have scored against more PL clubs: Andy Cole (38), Alan Shearer (37), Frank Lampard (37), (cont)
Andy Cole, Alan Shearer, Berbatov have all definitely done it and Im sure Jermaine Defoe scored 5 in that game against wigan
Your telling me Larsson was better than Alan Shearer or Andy Cole?
"Van Persie scored against his 17th different Premier League club this season, equalling the record previously set by Andy Cole, Alan Shearer and Ian Wright. The only teams Van Persie has not scored against are Manchester City, Fulham and, of course, Arsenal." - STAAAT!!
I love Lampard, scores his 150th Premier League goal, becomes the 5th all time highest goal scorer in Premier League History only behind Legends like Alan Shearer, Andy Cole, Thierry Henry, and Robbie Fowler, also becomes the Highest scoring midfielder in History. Go CHELSEA European Champions League is calling...
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