Alan Shearer & Former England
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Former England captain Alan Shearer tells Football Focus the next manager of the national side has to be English.
Former England and Newcastle United striker Alan Shearer has criticised Daniel Sturridge's effort and performance in Liverpool's away...
The United States Olympic Committee will bid for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Committee will choose one host city from either Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco or Washington DC. The International Olympic Committee's deadline for applicants is 15 September 2015, with a decision due in 2017. The last time the USA hosted a summer Olympics was in Atlanta in 1996, although Salt Lake City, Utah, hosted the Winter Olympics in 2002. The US is the third country after Germany and Italy to officially launch a bidding process. At an IOC meeting in Monaco earlier this month, a 40-point action plan was voted on to revamp the sporting showpiece. Potential hosts will find it easier and cheaper to bid under the "Olympic Agenda 2020" reforms and events can be held outside the host country or city. The 28-sport cap for future summer Olympics has been removed - although there will be no changes to the Rio 2016 schedule. - Former England striker Alan Shearer says Thierry Henry "could do most things a footballer ...
World Cup GOSSIP Hull City manager Steve Bruce is reportedly eyeing the England job Hull City manager Steve Bruce wants to be the next England boss. Former England striker Alan Shearer says the Three Lions have slipped so far that they are now among the world's also-rans and Group D leaders Costa Rica should expect to beat Roy Hodgson's team in their final World Cup game. Everton boss Roberto Martinez has joined England on the World Cup casualty list after his accreditation was revoked for letting someone else use it. Iran have filed a complaint to Fifa against Serbian referee Milorad Mazic, for what they deem to be poor officiating during their 1-0 defeat by Argentina. Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal says Fifa is guilty of a lack of "fair play" over the scheduling of World Cup fixtures. Costa Rica midfielder Celso Borges says being selfless and solid has helped Los Ticos overcome their more illustrious opponents at the Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque says he thinks of everyone, while players only think o ...
In the papers Posted at 11:30 Former England striker Alan Shearer believes England's hopes in Brazil hinge on how Roy Hodgson uses his substitutions. The BBC Sport pundit writes in his column for The Sun: "In the stifling conditions England will face, particularly in the first game against Italy in the jungle of Manaus, substitutions will be the key."
Former England striker Alan Shearer has said. he does not expect Roy Hodgson's side to lift. the World Cup in Brazil this summer.
England can reach semis - Shearer: Former England captain Alan Shearer believes Roy Hodgson's young squad is capable of reaching the ...
FOOTBALL Former England captain Alan Shearer, backs ex-Manchester United striker Ole Gunnar Solksjaer to succeed as Cardiff manager and says: "I don't think it is a risk for him at all, he wanted to move on to bigger things and he has gone to a massive club with a huge fan base. "He has a wealthy owner behind him who looks like he is going to give him some money. Likewise I don't think Ole is a risk for Cardiff, he has this reputation as a baby-faced guy but there is a mentally tough side to him as well."
1635 Former England captain Alan Shearer - BBC Sport "There is so much going on this stage of the season but you can guarantee the players will all be sat round the television. In France 98. I was a bit disappointed with the draw because I wanted one of the big guns to get going. Instead we got Tunisia, Romania and Colombia." 1635 A QUICK RECAP A pre-draw will be held to move one of the European non-seeds (potentially England) to pot 2 Pot 1 will then be drawn. Brazil will be placed in Group A, with all other seeds drawn sequentially in Groups B-H The four South American seeds are temporarily allocated to Pot X and one team is drawn - meaning their group will include the European side moved to Pot 2 in the pre-draw The remaining teams in Pot 2 will be then drawn This is done sequentially from Group A to H, although groups may be skipped to guarantee geographical separation - i.e. Chile and Ecuador will not be drawn into groups containing South American seeds The teams from Pot 3 will then be drawn sequent ...
Former England striker Alan Shearer believes the return of Jose Mourinho will add drama to the Premier League title race. "The box office lost its biggest draw when Sir Alex Ferguson retired at the end of last season. Then along comes Jose Mourinho to fill the void," he said in his Sun column. "While Manchester United under Sir Alex played some fantastic football, he also added a drama to title races off the pitch. "Mourinho will certainly do that. More importantly, he will make Chelsea the team to beat once more."
Shearer: Timing of O'Neill sacking bizarre: Former England international Alan Shearer has described the timing...
Former England captain Alan Shearer: After the World Cup in Brazil, so in a couple of years, I think Jack Wilshere will be the England captain. He has everything about his game that a midfielder should have; he scores goals, he creates and he can be strong in the tackle if he wants to.’
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 ...
Former England captain Alan Shearer says it is time to "do away with this ridiculous handshake ritual before games" after Anton Ferdinand declined to shake John Terry's hand before the QPR and Chelsea game.
Former England striker Alan Shearer on why he rates enigmatic Swedish frontman Zlatan Ibrahimovic so highly
Alan Shearer: "I think maybe a semi-final position for England."... Ian Wright thinks you should tone it down a bit
Former England striker and captain Alan Shearer says he can't imagine his country triumphing in the tournament.
Former England captain Alan Shearer believes the lack of expectation surrounding England's Euro 2012 campaign might work in their favour. "We didn't have a manager, which in turn meant we hadn't got a captain," said Shearer. "Thankfully they [the FA] have made the decision, Roy is there and he can look at everything he has to do. On the other hand, no-one is expecting us to go and win it, which is totally different. Every tournament we normally go into, the talk is always about the players we have to win the tournament
VIDEO: Exciting times for England - Shearer: Former England striker Alan Shearer believes the forthcoming Europe...
SPORT -Former England capt Alan Shearer has told BBC Glenn Hoddle should be considered for England manager if Harry Redknapp isn't available
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