Alan Shearer & Patrick Vieira
Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. Patrick Vieira (born 23 June 1976 in Dakar, Senegal) is a retired French footballer of Senegalese descent who is the Football Development Executive at Manchester City./5
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Alan Shearer, Patrick Vieira and Michael Owen join legends in the National...
Soccer legend Pele's '100 best' soccer stars Top man: Beckham is among Pele's greatest 100 players Seven England stars have been named by Pele in his list of the 100 greatest living footballers in the world. Modern heroes like David Beckham, Alan Shearer and Michael Owen are preferred to Sir Geoff Hurst, the man whose hat-trick against West Germany ensured England's World Cup triumph. They join former stars Gary Lineker, Kevin Keegan, Bobby Charlton and Gordon Banks as "the best, most outstanding, creative players of their generation". More than 20 of those in the list, revealed by world governing body Fifa today, have played or are playing in the Premiership. Four Arsenal stars, Dennis Bergkamp, Thierry Henry, Robert Pires and Patrick Vieira are named, as are three of Chelsea's foreign brigade in Hernan Crespo, Juan Sebastian Veron and Marcel Desailly. Manchester United's Roy Keane and Ruud Van Nistelrooy are also included. But, in keeping with the diplomatic role he has adopted as an international ambas ...
My last chance of England glory Scott Parker FIST CLASS ... Scott Parker is pumped for England glory SHEAR CLASS ... Alan Shearer hammers home penalty against Argentina at France 98 Take control of the moment A proper type, square-jawed, old-fashioned haircut, neat, compact body, sensible dress sense, the boy any girl would be proud to take home to mum. Yes, it’s Scott Matthew Parker. Action Man. Or Scotty, as the poor boy is sometimes known in the trade. I first caught sight of him in a match that seemed to matter at Stamford Bridge and hated what I saw. Arsenal were still on that run when, whatever they did, they just couldn’t lose to Chelsea. Patrick Vieira was in his pomp, Robert Pires playing the best football of his career and Thierry Henry scoring for fun. Parker, his reputation increasingly shot after his £10million move from Charlton, couldn’t get anywhere near Vieira. And then, finally, he did. It was an awful tackle, basic and Neanderthal. Vieira pitched over in front of us in obvious ag ...
Belief in god? - you've got more chance of getting Patrick Vieira, Roy Keane, and Alan Shearer round the same table for a pint.
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