Alan Shearer & Rio Ferdinand
Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. Rio Gavin Ferdinand (born 7 November 1978) is an English footballer./5
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Rio Ferdinand, Luis Garcia and Alan Shearer react to West Ham United's Dimitri Payet's performance for France
Alan Shearer agrees with Rio Ferdinand over Tottenham and Liverpool players via
Team of the tournament as chosen by BBC Sport pundits Alan Shearer, Chris Waddle, Rio Ferdinand & Tim Vickery.
Gary Linekar tells Alan Hansen and Alan Shearer it's been great working with them, whilst saying nothing to Rio Ferdinand.
Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand took an interesting view of Uruguay’s goals during the BBC analysis with Clarence Seedorf and Alan Shearer last night. In pointing the finger of blame while analyzing what went wrong for Suarez goals, Rio signalled Jagielka on both counts. Ferdinand charged Jagielka of ball-watching on the first goal, and of getting caught in ‘No-Mans-Land for the 2nd. Conveniently, Rio attached zero blame to former England teammate Steven Gerrard (with whom he shared the armband at times as vice-captain), when it was Gerrard’s wayward header that played in Suarez for the 2nd goal, and it was also Stevie G who gave the ball away for the first
Alan Shearer, Rio Ferdinand and Mark Chapman look like they are auditioning for a cut price version of CHiPS
Why is it that the BBC and ITV fill there pundit positions with foreigners, apart from Ian Wright, Alan Shearer, Gary Lineker and Glenn Hoddle, they’re all foreigners. I’m not including Rio Ferdinand in this as he doesn’t know how to play football anyway, so doesn’t count. I’ve not included Lee Dixon either as he’s an unmitigated *** So we’ve got a couple of French, a Spaniard, a Dutchman, an Italian, a Uruguayan and we dip, for some unknown reason, into the opinions of various home nation pundits from Scotland and Ireland. WHY ? It’s not as if they know anything about football either, having not qualified in recent tournements. Beats me.
BBC studio with Gary, Alan Shearer, Theirry Henry & Rio Ferdinand is already miles better than ITV. Fact.
Thierry Henry has joined the BBC's dream team for next summer's World Cup in Brazil. The Former Arsenal man, who was on Sky Sports on Wednesday nightfor their Champions League tie with Napoli, joins Gary Lineker, Rio Ferdinand, Clarence Seedorf, Alan Shearer, Phil Neville and Alan Hansen as an analysts in Rio.
A weekend treat for all you England Football fans a new article by star writer Tom "Too sweet" Pitt Rashid... Overpaid. Egotistical. Uninterested. Unpatriotic. These are a few of the accusations regularly levelled en masse at the English national football team. The tipping point? The 2010 World Cup. England, with a spinal cord of world class talent, were expected to deliver. You know what happened next and you know whodunit too. Yet again, we crashed out of major tournament prematurely. Over the last 20 years England have had great teams. Think of the players we’ve had: Paul Gascoigne, Alan Shearer, Paul Scholes, Gary Linekar, Steven Gerrard, Ashley Cole, David Platt, Wayne Rooney, John Barnes, Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard, Gary Neville, Tony Adams, Sol Campbell. It goes on. On top of that, think of the players the England team never got the best of: Matt Le Tissier, Robbie Fowler, Steve Mcmanaman, Andy Cole, Ian Wright… Michael Owen? Yet still, nothing to show for it. The focal point of the debate co ...
Wayne Rooney claims Steven Gerrard should have been made England’s captain sooner than he was. Gerrard has captained England 30 times but often stepping up when others were out injured and he was only given the role on a permanent basis by Roy Hodgson last year. Alan Shearer wore the armband on Gerrard’s international debut in 1999 and he sat through David Beckham’s long spell as skipper. Then he had to wait for the honour to be passed from John Terry to Rio Ferdinand and back again. Rooney said: 'Steven has been one of the best in the world over the last 15 years. He has adapted his game a little bit. He is not going forward as much as he used to. But he has certainly got the ability to play a bit deeper and play passes out and drive the team us. That is what he does. 'He is our captain. We look to him to give us that drive. He does that. It is great to see. He has been doing it for years. I think he got the captain's armband a bit later than he should have. 'I feel he should have been named captai ...
Papers: Reds won't win league 01/10/2012 09:37 Alan Shearer writes in The Sun… Losing Vidic will cost United the title It's early days in the title race but already Manchester United have been dealt a huge blow from which they will not recover. Before the season started I did not think they were strong enough to win the title despite all their new signings. With the loss of Nemanja Vidic now for two months I am even more convinced that the Premier League trophy will either be staying put or heading to Stamford Bridge. For me, they are looking a lot more vulnerable now. On Saturday against Tottenham Alex Ferguson’s men were cruelly exposed by the pace of Gareth Bale, Aaron Lennon and Kyle Walker. Jonny Evans is a decent defender but he is no Nemanja Vidic. While Rio Ferdinand can still do a job at the top level, he is not the defender he was five years ago. The same can be said of Patrice Evra, whose form continues to nosedive. On the opposite flank I like Rafael going forward. As a pure defender howev ...
Italy in semis . an njoyable match but no goals to add spice ... England remains chokers at the main stage . England has provided a Galaxy of greats in the recent past .. Gary Linekar , David Beckham , Wayne Rooney , Rio Ferdinand , Jhon terry , Ashle Cole , David seaman , Sol Campbell , Gerard , Lampard , Alan Shearer , Stuart Pearce , Paul Ince , Michael Owen, Paul Gascoinge and i must be forgetting many others ... but every major Championship as long as i am following football i find them crumbling either in QF or max Semis ... Must be some jinx which only they can overcome
Alan Shearer on Rio Ferdinand: "He's had a few injuries but I don't think you can doubt his ability."
Rio Ferdinand should be at Euro 2012 say Alan Shearer and Andy Cole via
Team of the last 20 seasons: Peter Schmeichel, Gary Neville, Tony Adams, Rio Ferdinand, Ashley Cole, Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Scholes, Roy Keane, Ryan Giggs, Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer 7 MAN U PLAYERS. ! Ryan Giggs Has been elected as the No 1 player, and Sir Alex Ferguson as the greatest manager, in the 20-season Premier League era.
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