Alan Shearer & Les Ferdinand

Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. Leslie Les Ferdinand MBE (born 8 December 1966 in Paddington, London) is a former English footballer. 5.0/5

Alan Shearer Les Ferdinand Andy Cole Robbie Fowler Michael Owen Wayne Rooney Thierry Henry Teddy Sheringham Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Chris Sutton Frank Lampard Didier Drogba Dion Dublin Matt Le Tissier Peter Beardsley Ian Wright Emile Heskey Dwight Yorke

Alan Shearer, Lee Clark, Steve Harper, Scott Sellars, Les Ferdinand, Steve Watson and Steve Howey all in attendance for Pav
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Micky Quinn,Les Ferdinand and Alan Shearer oh you mean right now erm Margret the tea lady thats it really
EPL Hat-trick Facts 1.Since the inception of the EPL,more than 100 players have scored three or more goals in a match. 2.Eric Cantona was the first player to score a hat-trick.He scored three times in Leeds United's 5-0 win over Tottenham Hotspurs. 3.Twenty players have scored more than three goals in a match.Of these,four players-Andrew Cole,Alan Shearer,Jermaine Defoe and Dimitar Berbatov-have scored five. 4.Robbie Fowler scored three times against Arsenal in four minutes and twenty-three seconds-the fastest hat-trick. 5.Ole Gunnar Solksjaer scored four times as a sub against Nottingham Forest in twelve minutes-the fastest scorer of a four-goal haul. 6.The fixture between Arsenal and Southhampton saw Jermaine Pennant and Robert Pires score a hat-trick for the home team. 7.In 2007,Blackburn Rovers' Roque Santa Cruz and Wigan Athletic's Marcus Bent scored a hat-trick in a match Wigan won 5-3. 8.Only four players-Les Ferdinand,Ian Wright,Didier Drogba,and Wayne Rooney-have scored hat-tricks in two consecut ...
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
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
> team will include Alan Shearer, Les Ferdinand, Rob Lee and Faustino Asprilla...
So stokies just for abit of fun to break up the day/boredom who do you reckon has been the best header/scored of the ball since the prem started? Obviously a few young followers wont go that far back i know... Mine has to be Les Ferdinand without question (j)
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
We used to take the field with Alan Shearer and Sir Les Ferdinand up top. Christ almighty what a pair of centre forwards.
oh an it was a Dion Dublin glancing special!... who was better in the air, Les Ferdinand or Alan Shearer???
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 ...
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.
Chris Sutton, Les Ferdinand, Alan Shearer, Matt Le Tissier, Tony Adams, I think the PL would have been fine!
To become a legend in the footsteps of the like's of Alan Shearer, Les Ferdinand is all that Nufc fans want.
What a deadly duo in the early BPL, Alan Shearer + Les Ferdinand.
No player in PL history has managed more headed goals than Alan Shearer to date - 46. Dion Dublin scored 45, Les Ferdinand 43.
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!
NEWSFLASH: David Ginola, Les Ferdinand, Alan Shearer and Tino Asprilla on the bench for Newcastle vs Man City.
It's insane that after just 7 games is being compared to Alan Shearer & Les Ferdinand. 7 goals in 7 games.
Alan Shearer 260goals Teddy Sherringham 147goals Les Ferdinand 149goals Now tell me you have to be quick to be a good striker
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