Alan Shearer & Newcastle United

Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. Newcastle United Football Club (often abbreviated to NUFC) is an English professional association football club based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear. 5.0/5

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Newcastle United unveil Alan Shearer statue, made by someone who's never laid eyes on Alan Shearer. Fair play.
Sir John Hall, Alan Shearer and Kevin Keegan face the press on Shearer's arrival at Newcastle United, 1996.
Alan Shearer speaks about the Rafa Benitez decision to stay at Newcastle United
Alan Shearer goes door-to-door trying to sell Newcastle United season tickets for next season.
Former England and Newcastle United striker Alan Shearer has criticised Daniel Sturridge's effort and performance in Liverpool's away...
in 2006, Newcastle United captain Alan Shearer announced his retirement from football. After starting his career with Southampto…
Newcastle United striker Aleksandar Mitrovic wants to become a legend like Alan Shearer at St Jame...
Alan Shearer who? Haris Rosli is officially a Newcastle United legend. Right next to Santiago Munez and Gavin Harris
Alan Shearer urges Newcastle United players to roll up their sleeves ahead
Alan Shearer relives his first time watching Newcastle United for Barclays ... - The Drum
SHEARER BLAMES MIKEL FOR CHELSEA LOSS Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer has blamed Nigeria international Mikel Obi for Chelsea’s 2-1 loss at Newcastle on Saturday to end their unbeaten run. Shearer said Mikel did not do well enough in the midfield emphasising that Jose Mourinho side missed suspended Nemanja Matic. “Chelsea didn’t play that well,” Shearer told BBC Sport. “There is no doubt they missed Nemanja Matic. He has started every game for them this season but John Mikel Obi was in there against Newcastle and didn’t do as well. “In the build-up to Newcastle’s second goal, Mikel dives in, Eden Hazard dives in. There is no one sitting in front of the back four. “That said it was a really committed Newcastle performance. They were really well organised and every player knew what job they had to do. It was a thoroughly deserved win.” The Serbia international who has scored a goal and two assists in 14 EPL games was suspended for the trip to ‘The Magpies’ after he picked up his ...
Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer has reacted to claims that Steven Gerrard was simply rested by Brendan Rodgers against Stoke City and believes he was axed. Gerrard joined Dejan Lovren on the subs bench after Brendan Rodgers wielded his axe to the…
Many Thanks to QuickfireGoals As this is his video! Alan Shearer and his 206 Goals for Newcastle United in 404 appearances for the magpies in Episode ...
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Newcastle United announce the signing of Alan Shearer, 1996.
Some Great Players Who Failed As Managers - 1) Alan Shearer The all-time leading Premier League goalscorer and one of the finest strikers to grace the English game, Alan Shearer was a legend for club and country in a superb playing career, but had a bad time in charge of Newcastle United as he ended up getting his old club relegated in 2008/09. 2) Gianfranco Zola A brilliantly entertaining player in a wonderful career with Chelsea and Serie A clubs, Italian maestro Gianfranco Zola has not hit the ground running in managament, looking out of his depth first at West Ham United and then at Watford. He will inevitably be linked with the Chelsea job at some point though... 3) Edgar Davids One of the finest defensive midfielders of his generation, Juventus and Holland legend Edgar Davids could not take his superb ability on the pitch to working miracles off it, despite a bizarre attempt at being player-coach of Barnet recently, which mostly resulted in him charging into wreckless tackles on the pitch and gettin ...
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.
Former England International and ace striker, Alan Shearer has told the BBC that England are just not good enough for the World Cup."What I also want to see in England's final game in Group D is an improvement defensively, because that has been the most disappointing thing about their World Cup. Costa Rica were very good against Uruguay and Italy, and because of the way England have played in their first two games, I would not be confident at all that we will keep a clean sheet. Defensive dopes When I was playing under Sir Bobby Robson at Newcastle United, he always used to say to us that, when we had a corner, have a look around because there is always one dope. What he meant by that was that there is always one defender who switches off. Now, if that happens at any level, you are going to get punished, but especially so at the World Cup because all the players are so alert and looking for that dope. . It's harsh, but England's defenders have been the dopes - against Italy, and against Uruguay too. There ...
Alan Shearer wrote himself into Newcastle United folklore in February 2006, breaking Toon legend Jackie Milburn’s goalscoring record with his 201st strike for the club. We met him in Manchester to talk about his love for the fans, why Kevin Keegan was his hero and the impact Sir Bobby Robson had on his career.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney was slammed by pundits for his failure to score for England in the second-half of defeat to Italy. Rooney was shooting wide from an excellent position shortly after England had slipped 2-1 down that drew a lot of ire, and he has now not scored in nine World Cup finals appearances. Newcastle United icon Alan Shearer told BBC1: "It was that lack of quality in the final third that was our downfall. Rooney had his big chance and he failed to take it and, at this level in the World Cup, you only get one chance in the game and you have to score. "Mario Balotelli got one chance for Italy, and scored the winner. Rooney has still not scored at a World Cup finals and he might not get a better chance than that." Former Arsenal and France striker Thierry Henry echoed Shearer's sentiments, adding: "The result comes down to that Wayne Rooney miss and Mario Balotelli taking his chance from a great cross into the box. "There is a debate about whether England should play Rooney out o ...
"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 ...
Alan Shearer: Pardew incident could have negative impact in Newcastle United dressing room
Shearer fears for Pardew: Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer feels it will be ver...
... I thought it was very gracious of Steve Bruce to accept Alan's Pardew's apology for that head-butt yesterday. Show's the character of the man. He knew Alan would get a lot of stick from all and sundry, so tried to dumb the flames by saying manager's like players also lose their heads in such high pressurised situations. Therefore, was really upset to hear the 'dull monotones' of Alan Shearer state that Alan Pardew should resign before he is sacked as he let the fans of Newcastle United down. Well well Alan Shearer, can I take you back to the time when you were playing for Newcastle and you were giving your match complimentary tickets to your father, who in turn was selling them to ticket touts ! Now tell me, who was really letting the football mad Geordie nation down ?
Newcastle United - Pardew uses his head! So Alan Pardew has been fined £100k and severely warned by the club after aiming the nut at Hull City's Meyler yesterday. But what will the FA do about it? Newcastle legend Alan Shearer believes Pardew should be shown the door for such an action while Joey Barton believes it has been blown out of all proportion. Who do you agree with?
Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer would not be surprised if Alan Pardew was to resign after headbutting David Meyler on Saturday.
Newcastle United Number 9 Shirt Something that initially inspired now appears to have morphed into a crippling load for Papiss Cisse, the Newcastle United number 9 shirt. The shirt that adorns his torso on match days may have the same single digit etched onto it that the great Alan Shearer proudly displayed for a decade, but for the man currently in possession it is a reminder of lofty expectations thus far unfulfilled. From Cole to Cisse, Newcastle United have been blessed with some special number nines. Inevitably with the responsibility and expectation comes an elevation of pressure, my theory is that replacing Papiss as the standard bearer for goal grabbing at the end of this season might actually set him free from the shadows of those former greats. (To feature like Dom, send in your letters/articles for our magazine/website to contributefirst let’s take a look at those who have worn the number nine shirt during the Premier League era and their records in the Top Flight. All stats apply only to Pre ...
Regional paper talk LONDON EVENING STANDARD John Terry is prepared to sign a one-year contract to stay at Chelsea and looks certain to remain at Stamford Bridge next season. Former Arsenal star Dennis Bergkamp is one of the contenders to replace Michael Laudrup at Swansea. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Stevan Jovetic has revealed he turned down Real Madrid to sign for Manchester City in the summer. David Moyes' search for a powerful central midfielder is gathering pace and will be his number one priority when the United manager details his summer dealings. LIVERPOOL ECHO Thomas Ince turned down a move to Liverpool last month, according to the winger's father Paul. Liverpool are ready to offer Italian forward Fabio Borini as bait in their pursuit of Sunderland winger Adam Johnson. NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer has questioned why there was no "communication" from anybody at St James' Park after Joe Kinnear resigned from his position as director of football. THE JOURNAL Joe Kinnear was a ...
Alan Shearer left frustrated by Newcastle United's lack of ambition in the cups
Alan Shearer says he wasn't surprised by Joe Kinnear's resignation as director of football at Newcastle United
What Newcastle United need ( without any derogatory mackem comments please ) is a high profile takeover from famous names joined together as a syndicate such as ! Robson Green,Alan Shearer, Tim Healy and So on and so on ? They all Supposed to love the club ? To get that Fat Cockney *** out !
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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 ...
Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer and his family spend Christmas helping others across the North East
Nufc News Mail Online 1: Alan Pardew will welcome former club Southampton to Newcastle on Saturday reflecting on the vulnerability of football managers. The 52-year-old lost his job after 13 months at the South Coast club in August 2010 just days after he had guided them to a 4-0 League One win at Bristol Rovers. A little more than three months later, he was back in work after Magpies owner Mike Ashley handed him his big chance, and although it has been eventful both on and off the pitch since, Pardew celebrated three years at the helm earlier this week. TouchLine Talk 2: Newcastle United star Yohan Cabaye insists that the side are hoping to achieve a top four finish this season after their recent run of good form. Mirror 3: By Alan Wilson Comments Newcastle legend Alan Shearer rules out return to football management 12 Dec 2013 17:48 The Former England man admits he prefers his role a TV pundit on the comfy Match of the Day seats as opposed to the rain-soaked touchline. 4: Zaha set to leave United on loa ...
FOOTBALLERS AND GAMBLING Former Newcastle United midfielder Michael Chopra reveals extent of gambling addiction Michael Chopra's problems with gambling addiction became so bad loan sharks began to threaten both him and his family Former Premier League star Michael Chopra has exposed the high-stakes gambling culture at Top Flight clubs and revealed his financial problems became so bad his family were threatened by loan sharks. Chopra began his career at Newcastle United and was once tipped to become the new Alan Shearer due to his prolific goalscoring record in the youth and reserve teams. His problems began when he was promoted to the first team squad, alongside star names like Alan Shearer, Craig Bellamy, Kieron Dyer and Titus Bramble, when he became a member of a group who gambled hundreds of thousands of pounds playing cards on the team bus. That helped fuel a gambling addiction that became so bad Chorpa was forced to borrow money from loan sharks to feed it. Things turned nasty when he struggled to re ...
Summer of 1996 - Alan Shearer moved from Blackburn Rovers to Newcastle United for £15million
Chelsea teammates turned on David Luiz in the aftermath of defeat at Newcastle United. The Daily Star says the Brazilian centre-back was heavily criticised by team-mates for his seemingly laid-back approach at Newcastle on Saturday. And as a result he will not face Schalke in the Champions League at Stamford Bridge tomorrow. At Newcastle, Luiz pulled out of a challenge on Shola Ameobi. Match of the Day pundit and Former England skipper Alan Shearer called it a “cop-out of a tackle from a defender who doesn’t want to get hurt”. Luiz was also dragged out of position for the Magpies’ second goal, as he allowed Vurnon Anita to set up Loic Remy.
Top 10: Premier League legends 10. Patrick Vieira Patrick Vieira, the Former Arsenal captain, was a rock in the Gunners' midfield for years and a key cog in the unforgettable 'Invincibles' team. 9. Roy Keane Look up talismanic captain in the dictionary and chances are you'll see a picture of Roy Keane, who inspired Manchester United to seven Premier League titles. 8. Alan Shearer No player has scored more Premier League goals than Former Newcastle United star Alan Shearer, who bagged a netted 260 times. He won the Premier League title with Blackburn Rovers in 1995. 7. Cristiano Ronaldo Cristiano Ronaldo is arguably the best player to have ever played in the Premier League. He spent six seasons with Manchester United, scoring 84 goals and winning three Premier League titles. 6. Didier Drogba Didier Drogba joined Chelsea in 2004 - and left Stamford Bridge eight years later as one of the club's best ever players. The Ivorian powerhouse won three Premier League titles with the Blues 5. Steven Gerrard Steven G ...
An open letter to Newcastle United from The Times Journalist, George Caulkin Dear Newcastle United, Regarding the following matters: •The failure of the present owner to conduct due diligence before purchasing the club •The appointment of Dennis Wise as executive director (football) •The treatment of figures such as Kevin Keegan and Alan Shearer •The appointment of Joe Kinnear as manager •Relegation •The dismissal of Chris Hughton •The renaming of St James’ Park •The appointment of Joe Kinnear as director of football •The sponsorship agreement with Wonga, the payday lenders •The banning of three local newspapers I write in reference to the above incidents which have taken place in your name during the ownership of one man, who operates under the name of Mike Ashley. It is quite frankly staggering that you have devoted even a single letter of complaint to The Evening Chronicle, The Journal and The Sunday Sun about any aspect of their coverage of Newcastle, given the catalogue of misma ...
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 ...
Alan Shearer could soon be back in person on the pitch where he score so many of his record breaking 206 goals for Newcastle United for Steve Harpers testimonial on September 11th !!! I CAN'T WAIT ! Nina x
The Premier League Golden Boot, known for sponsorship reasons as the Barclays Golden Boot, is an annual English association football award given to the top goalscorer at the end of the Premier League season, the top domestic league competition in club football in England, since its creation in 1992. Golden Boot awards are also awarded to the first players to reach 10, 20 and 30 goals in a season. The top-scoring Premier League Golden Boot winners are Andrew Cole and Alan Shearer with 34 goals in a 42-game season, but Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo jointly hold the record since the league changed to a 38 game season, with 31 goals. Thierry Henry has won the award the most times (four), all with Arsenal, while Shearer won it three times with Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United. Robin van Persie of Manchester United has held the Golden Boot for the last two seasons. Combining the statistics for all winners up to 2013, a Premier League Golden Boot winner scores an average of 24 goals from 35 games, a strike ...
Mike Ashley – Newcastle owner since June, 2007 This is what Graeme Cansdale from the Mike Ashley Out Campaign put forward: The appointment of Joe Kinnear to the role of Director of Football and his subsequent behavior whereby he has managed to insult the fans, the city, the local media and even current players, cannot be viewed in any way, shape or form to be a progressive step for the well being of the club. It has further alienated the very people who are essential to the club’s growth and betterment. The subsequent resignation of Derek Llambias has shown how unplanned and arbitrary the decision-making process is at Newcastle United. Indeed, recent events are yet another gross error of judgment in a catalog of PR disasters which have occurred since Mike Ashley bought NUFC in 2007. Among other things, the club has overseen the public humiliation of two club legends in Kevin Keegan and Alan Shearer, the self-inflicted disaster of relegation in 2009, the unexplained and inexplicable dismissal of Chris ...
*** Quinn: Joe needs to take a back seat so Pardew can get squad ready The Time has come for Joe Kinnear to let Alan Pardew get on with the job of managing Newcastle United – and stop being disrespectful to some of the region’s favourite sons like Alan Shearer. It is almost as if Joe is pressing self destruct at St James’ Park every time he opens his gob! I work down south a lot of the time and it is embarrassing for anybody connected with Newcastle United. There are a lot of football observers that can’t figure out just why Kinnear has been plucked from nowhere and awarded one of the game’s top jobs. He knew fine well that he would be asked on radio about what his plans would be at Newcastle after being appointed director of football. His Talksport rant wasn’t needed by anybody and of course the presenter Andy Goldstein was entitled to ask about Newcastle and not about his old days at Wimbledon. You can’t criticise any journalist for asking questions or trying to get a story! Now Kinnear .. ...
By Luke Edwards7:42PM BST 23 Jun 2013 A Former Newcastle United director has accused Mike Ashley of ruining the club’s reputation and alienating its supporters during six traumatic years as owner. Denis Cassidy, who was on the board in the 1990s at St James’ Park during Sir John Hall and Freddie Shepherd’s time in charge, insisted that Newcastle were a “gem” of a club tainted by “the garbage of its recent history” thanks to Ashley. The billionaire owner of the Sports Direct chain once again incurred the wrath of fans last week by appointing Joe Kinnear, an unpopular former manager, as director of football with complete control of the football side of the business. RELATED ARTICLES Alan Shearer doesn't have a clue about coaching, blasts new Newcastle chief, after criticism from Former Striker Joe Kinnear appointment has reduced Newcastle United to a laughing stock, says Alan Shearer Newcastle United to rename Shearer's Bar just as Alan Shearer criticises club That has led to widespread accusa ...
TOM Ince has emerged as a target for Newcastle United as the makings of a new transfer blueprint start to take shape at St James’ Park. Director of football Joe Kinnear – who has been in the headlines again for taking a swipe at Alan Shearer – is understood to be receptive to Alan Pardew’s call for more domestic talent to be brought into United’s squad. As well as Darren Bent and defender James Tomkins, Blackpool midfielder Ince – who would be interested in a move to Tyneside – is understood to have been mentioned. Having acknowledged the disappointing contribution of his engine room to United’s poor goals total, Pardew wants more goal threat from midfield next season and believes Ince could provide that. The England Under-21 winger is set to leave Bloomfield Road this summer and there is interest from Cardiff, Crystal Palace and former club Liverpool in the player. A fee in excess of £5million has been touted by his current club Blackpool. After Kinnear’s incredible appointment last we ...
Newcastle United: Shearer: Toon mess makes me sick: Alan Shearer believes the appointment of Joe Kinnear as Ne...
Alan Shearer 'sickened' by Newcastle United's current plight
So Graham Carr could be the next one to leave Newcastle United after Joke Kinnear pulled the plug on the Douglas deal from FC Twente a player that Carr highly rates and has been after him for two seasons now.And also Mike Cashley could be renaming Shearers bar after Alan Shearer has spoken out against him for making NUFC a laughing stock with the appointment of Joke Kinnear as Director of Football.
Anybody gotten Craig Bellamy's Autobiography yet? I'm dying to get it! I've read a few extracts from it about him getting in a fight with his first team coach whilst at Newcastle United, the golf club incident with John Arne Riise, his first goal in the championship and his text to Shearer. The lad is a legend! Tommy
Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer says new Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho will fill the star power void left by Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement at Manchester United. -Ola
Our unique infographic football print documents one of the country's and Newcastle United's greatest ever strikers: Alan Shearer. Includes all t...
Ques. X learned English by watching the Godfather series. His hobbies include drawing and basketball apart from his profession and runs a foundation by his name to nurture talent in young people. X in his younger days was a huge fan of A.C. Milan and Newcastle United during the Alan Shearer era and such was the influence that he slept with a Newcastle jersey. His father was a footballer at CSKA Moscow. Also he is the only non-Englishman to score 5 goals in a game in Premier League. He also holds the record of winning the best player award in his country a record 7 times. ID X???
Newcastle physio Derek Wright is playing a key role for England ahead of this summer's European Under-21 Championships in Israel By Dan King - Newcastle United Club Reporter Long-serving Newcastle United physio Derek Wright is lending his expertise to the England under-21 team for this summer's European Championships in Israel. Wright, whose healing hands have tended to stars like Alan Shearer, Peter Beardsley , Kieron Dyer and Hatem Ben Arfa during almost 30 years at St. James' Park, is part of the Three Lions medical team for the tournament. He is one of Stuart Pearce's most trusted staff, having worked with the under-21 manager during his playing days on Tyneside, and has been involved in each of the former United defender's four European Championship campaigns. In the past, Wright has also worked with the senior national team - an indication of just how highly he is regarded in the game - and is joined by Sunderland's Dave Galley at their tournament base in Netanya. England's first game is against Ita ...
If Alan Pardew Signs His Bellamy & Robert, Will He Have A Match For Sir Bobby? It is often forgotten that at the end of Sir Bobby Robson’s first full season at St.James’ Park, things didn’t look great. The previous season Sir Bobby had steadied the ship and pulled Newcastle away from any danger of relegation, however in that second season a bottom half finish didn’t give any major hope of improvement. That summer though, Robson made two signings, they didn’t come cheap but they transformed Sir Bobby’s Newcastle United. Laurent Robert arrived from PSG for just under £10m and Craig Bellamy for £6m, not only were they outstanding players but they brought the best out of the quality players already at the club. Given, Speed, Shearer, Solano, Dyer and the rest, were all set alight by the way Robert and Bellamy gave the team extra dimensions. The question is, how close are Newcastle to that situation now? If Alan Pardew/Graham Carr/Mike Ashley can find those two special players, can that transform ...
Where are they now? Nolberto Solano Peruvian midfielder Nolberto “Nobby” Solano signed for Aston Villa for a fee of £1.5million from Newcastle United in January 2004. Solano enjoyed a successful spell at Villa, finishing top scorer with 8 goals in the 04/05 season and being named player of the season by both the fans and his team-mates. That was to be his last season at Villa Park though, as on transfer deadline day in the summer of 2005 he turned down the chance to join Liverpool to return north to Newcastle, citing Alan Shearer as a big reason. He stayed two seasons at St James Park before moving to West Ham United in August 2007 saying he wanted to be closer to his London-based family. However the Peruvian spent only one season in East London, making twenty-three appearances and scoring twice - the second of which came against the Villa in a 2-2 draw. On being released from the Hammers, Solano spent six months in Greece playing for Larissa where he made seventeen appearances before going back to h ...
The day when Alan Shearer signed for his boyhood team Newcastle United in a world record fee.
Shearer's Bar is situated under the Gallowgate Stand at St. James' Park, home of Newcastle United. Named after Alan Shearer, Newcastle's biggest footballing legend, Shearer's Bar opened in December...
1 - Newcastle United need to lose just 1 more striker before Alan Shearer comes out of retirement. Howay.
Convince the electorate you aren't a fascist by stating you support of Newcastle United & your favourite player is Alan Shearer.
Alan Shearer says the players are an embarrassment to Newcastle United..no shape,no tactical discipline and schoolboy defending = relegation
Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer has slammed the culture at Chelsea. Shearer labelled Chelsea an "embarrassing mess" in the wake of the outburst by Rafa Benitez.
Alan Shearer (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. He played as a striker in the top level of English league football for Southampton, Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United and for the England national team. He is considered by some as one of England's best strikers, being both Newcastle's and the Premier League's record goalscorer. After retiring as a player in 2006, Shearer worked as a television pundit for the BBC. In 2009 he briefly left his BBC role to become Newcastle United's manager in the last eight games of their 2008–09 season, in an unsuccessful attempt to save them from relegation. A native of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Shearer made his professional debut with English top-flight club Southampton in 1988, scoring a hat-trick in the process.
Alan Shearer has just broken the British transfer record signing for Newcastle United for £15 million too! ;-) Teehee
I think I have a new hero! his name is Moussa Sissoko and he is black. If he carries on playing like he did today then he could in a few years overtake Rob Lee as my favourite all time Newcastle United player
STEVE Harmison's benefit year will raise funds for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation, and having become close to the Former Newcastle United and England manager, the Durham bowler claims the identity of his nominated charity was never in doubt. Harmison first encountered Sir Bobby when Newcastle United's fitness coach, Paul Winsper, invited him to train with the Magpies in 2003. Over the next few years, the pair became good friends, with Robson regularly attending county matches at Durham Emirates ICG and Test matches at The Oval. “The way Sir Bobby treated me was incredible,” said Harmison. “He was fantastic with me from the word go and I think the world of the man. “He helped me out with my training when a lot of people were writing me off, and made me look at the people who were at Newcastle at the time – people like Alan Shearer, Shay Given, Steve Harper and Gary Speed – and I was able to see what you had to put in to succeed at the very highest level. They were fantastic role models and Sir ...
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 ...
Alan Shearer: 'Newcastle United players are hiding' "It is time the Newcastle players rolled up their sleeves and showed a bit of fight." "It is fine wanting the ball and expressing yourself when things are going well as they were last season. The real characters come to the fore when things are going wrong and, right now, this team does not have enough of them." "With the exception of Fabricio Coloccini and Yohan Cabaye, everyone is hiding. This is a real relegation fight they are in, have no doubts about that. And it needs some big characters to get out of it."
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 ...
We decided there were 2 choices for No.1 So at Number 1: Ryan Giggs and Alan Shearer Ryan Giggs: In any era Ryan Giggs would stand out as an extraordinary talent – but to perform at the top level for so long in the modern-day game is truly stunning. The only footballer to play in all 20 seasons of the Premier League (he has scored in each), the Welshman is the most decorated player in the English game and still plays a vital role for Manchester United, more than 21 years since his professional debut. Alan Shearer: Simply the greatest scorer in Premier League history by a distance, Alan Shearer averaged more than a goal every other match during his hugely impressive career. His 34 goals in 1994-95 were a key factor as Blackburn Rovers won the title while his subsequent move to Newcastle United saw him quickly establish himself as an icon on Tyneside. Deadly with either foot and with his head, Shearer was a classic centre-forward – and pretty much unstoppable.
TOP 10 transfer shocks. Some of these were incredible! 1) David BeckhamReal Madrid to LA Galaxy (FT) The England midfielder left Manchester United after falling out with manager Sir Alex Ferguson in 03 & helped Real Madrid to the Spanish title during his final year at the club in 2007. 2) Didier Drogba – Chelsea to Shanghai Shenhua (FT) The Ivorian international moved to Stamford Bridge in 2004, and enjoyed eight years of success at Chelsea before running his contract down earlier this summer. 3) Cristiano RonaldoManchester United to Real Madrid (£80m) The Portuguese winger completed the biggest move in football history in 2009, leaving the Red Devils after six years of unprecedented success at Old Trafford. 4) Andy Carroll – Newcastle United to Liverpool (£35m) Alan Shearer told GiveMeFootball he’d be ‘amazed’ if Andy Carroll left Newcastle back in January 2011, after a season-and-a-half of top quality football for the Toon in the Championship and then Premier League. 5) Luis Figo ...
Fifa is stroking the ego of Newcastle United fans after using St. James Park for the fifa art cover. To such extent: Ben June 28, 2012 at 11:25 pm My Religion is Football. My God is Alan Shearer. My Cathedral is St. James’ Park.
Newcastle United and England legend Alan Shearer believes Manchester United star Wayne Rooney is at a career crossroads.
Alan Shearer, the Former England and Newcastle United footballer as you have never seen him . . . in chef's whites cooking Indian food at top North East rest...
How low can a man get? Neil Lennon once went crying to the FA to try and get Alan Shearer banned from the game and today ...
As a teenager, Dimitar Berbatov's admiration for his hero, Alan Shearer, was such that he slept in a Newcastle United shirt. Role-Model.
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BREAKING: Alan Pardew will reportedly re-sign Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer after the pair were spotted chatting to eachother.
remarkable. Was it a debate about Newcastle United? Or a debate about Alan Shearer? In not sure I believe you otherwise
Southampton legend Alan Shearer says Ricki Lambert can score goals in the Premier League.The former Saints and Newcastle United striker is im...
Mike Ashley, 3 years ago today: “Bringing Alan Shearer back to Newcastle United was the best decision I have made. Alan and his staff did…
QPR skipper Joey Barton blasted back at Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer after his dismissal at
His worthy for wearing the number 9 shirt for Newcastle United! Taking the place of Legendary Alan Shearer! Well done, Papiss Cissé!
Newcastle United stars tee off for Sir Bobby Robson – Video: ALAN Shearer and a host of other footbal...
Watch as Newcastle United stars, including Alan Shearer, tee off for Sir Bobby Robson (- Video:
Cisse of Newcastle United is the new version of Alan Shearer ;D
Alan Pardew has likened Papiss Cisse’s influence on Newcastle United to that of legendary No 9 Alan Shearer.
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