Alan Shearer & Man City

Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. Manchester City Football Club is an English Premier League football club based in Manchester. 5.0/5

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Arsenal to be tested this weekend, Man City are the best in the league - Alan Shearer
Not even the worst Man City defending ever. I once saw Carlo Nash kick the ball into Alan Shearer who scored within…
Six teams can win the Premier League but I back Man City - Alan Shearer
Alan Shearer: Why Chelsea, Arsenal and Man City should be worried about Man United - Daily Star...
The last time won away at Man City was in 2000, Alan Shearer scoring the only in a 1
in 10 secs think of 3 ultimate England FC role models first three: 1. Frank Lampard...still playing strong...arguably the best player at Man City on loan this season..a bargain snip...also Chelsea FC record all-time goalscorer replacement Bobby Tamblin... a good talker in public and married to Christine Bleakley with a soon distant but close romance to go on...he had his moments especially off the pitch but remained cool..my No.1 then Gary Lineker.a non disciplined footballer with an excellent career as a Golden Boot World Cup striker who came close to his dream in both 86 and 90 cups winning for England on his own. then Alan Shearer...just professionalism from the Geordie Southampton graduate of Uni Newcastle.
Man City striker beaten only by Alan Shearer and Ruud Van Nistelrooy after 100 BPL appeara
"Wayne Rooney hasn't the right mentality or discipline to be a world class player" - Joey Barton. This is coming from the same man who has been sent off 8 times in his career, stubbed a lit cigar into the eye of a young team mate while at Man City, broke the leg of a pensioner while driving his car at 2am in Liverpool city centre, had a public altercation with a 15 year old Everton fan in Bangkok, dropped his shorts infront of live television cameras while playing against Everton, was arrested on suspicion of assault and criminal damage after an incident with a taxi driver, hospitalised a team mate after a fight at Man City's training ground, was arrested and jailed for 6 months for assault after his involvement in a pub brawl, punches Morten Gamst Pedersen in the stomach during a match while playing for Newcastle United, got sold by Newcastle United to QPR after publicly criticising Alan Shearer and finally charged by the FA £75,000 for assaulting Vincent Kompany and Sergio Aguero in 2012. Not really th ...
“The day Man Utd and Man City lose Alan Hansen and Alan Shearer aren't on MOTD!”. Amazing
When we say that are fed up with Arsene Wenger, some fans think that we are not being genuine Arsenal fans. Here is my take. When I started watching football, there were players who attracted me to the EPL like United's Ruud Van Nistelrooy whose scoring instincts were natural and Roy Kean who was ruling the midfield. Alan Shearer was the man at Newcastle and Steve G was (and still is) the king of the Kops. Chelsea were not far with one notable Jimmy Flloid Hasselbaink leading the pack under somebody Ranieri, but they only came to where they are now after Abramovic's take over in 2003 and subsequently, Mourinho's arrival in 2004. Man City were only fighting for UEFA Cup places with Spurs, Everton and Bolton. The EPL was majorly swinging between United and Arsenal. Man U vs Arsenal matches were unpredictable and would end in draws or slim wins although the 6-1 and 4-2 defeats stand out. Despite all that, there were fine players who pulled me to Arsenal. Ashley Cole (Quick in defense), Lauren Meyer and Kolo ...
Liverpool FC fans were today furious when it came to light that The Premier League were to blame for Kenny Dalglish getting fired from his job. Despite numerous complaints about Liverpool hitting the post and crossbar numerous times The Premier League refused to A- widen Liverpool opponents nets to give them the goals such a club deserved B- Just give Liverpool the points that their wasteful finishing and poor defence had cost the, Kenny Dalglish was under no doubts when interviewed, "This is all Newcastles fault, when we paid 35 million for a player we thought we were getting Alan Shearer not a donkey from South Shields" Backing this up the Liverpool chairman said "Getting to a second cup final was brilliant but this is clearly the FA's fault. Not only did they allow Chelsea to change manager and suprise us by playing football but the 4th official only allowed Andy Carrol on to change the game late in the match when Kenny asked him to !" Also in the frame for the blame were Man City, Man Utd, Arsenal, S ...
Have to say that I really thought Man City showed a lot of class today, giving Mike Summerbee and Tony Book the honor of carrying the Prem trophy on to the field, maybe someday I can watch as Alan Shearer and Malcolm MacDonald do the same, hey I can always dream.
Bet all the yanks are looking at these EPL trends and are thinking *** MOTD, Joey Barton, Cisse, QPR, Man City, Phil Jones, Alan Shearer...
Rooney's goal against Man City does not deserve to be the best What of the goals of Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry and David Beckham
NEWSFLASH: David Ginola, Les Ferdinand, Alan Shearer and Tino Asprilla on the bench for Newcastle vs Man City.
I get sick and tired ofhearing so called football fans berating players for going down to easily in the penalty box, leave the players alone, the fault lays with referee's and linesmen. Back in the day if a player had his shirt pulled or is kicked in the box the referee would award a penalty wether they went down or not, but in this day and age they don't so it's no wonder they go down easily. Two of the greatest exponants of this were Francis Lee of Man City and Alan Shearer of Newcastle and if fans listened to commentary of games they will hear pundits saying how honest some players are by staying on their feet and getting nothing even though it should have been a penalty. The worst player for falling over is Didier Droba of Chelsea, and that comes from Chelsea supporters themselves.
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