Alan Shearer & Roy Hodgson
Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. Roy Hodgson (born 9 August 1947) is an English former footballer and the current head coach of West Bromwich Albion./5
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Oh God. It appears that Roy Hodgson has been listening to Alan Shearer at half time. . England are getting relegated.
Alan Shearer says that Roy Hodgson may regret not taking Andros Townsend to France
World Cup GOSSIP Hull City manager Steve Bruce is reportedly eyeing the England job Hull City manager Steve Bruce wants to be the next England boss. Former England striker Alan Shearer says the Three Lions have slipped so far that they are now among the world's also-rans and Group D leaders Costa Rica should expect to beat Roy Hodgson's team in their final World Cup game. Everton boss Roberto Martinez has joined England on the World Cup casualty list after his accreditation was revoked for letting someone else use it. Iran have filed a complaint to Fifa against Serbian referee Milorad Mazic, for what they deem to be poor officiating during their 1-0 defeat by Argentina. Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal says Fifa is guilty of a lack of "fair play" over the scheduling of World Cup fixtures. Costa Rica midfielder Celso Borges says being selfless and solid has helped Los Ticos overcome their more illustrious opponents at the Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque says he thinks of everyone, while players only think o ...
In the papers Posted at 11:30 Former England striker Alan Shearer believes England's hopes in Brazil hinge on how Roy Hodgson uses his substitutions. The BBC Sport pundit writes in his column for The Sun: "In the stifling conditions England will face, particularly in the first game against Italy in the jungle of Manaus, substitutions will be the key."
Former England striker Alan Shearer has said. he does not expect Roy Hodgson's side to lift. the World Cup in Brazil this summer.
Alan Shearer says he is excited by Roy Hodgson's young World Cup squad and believes they are capable of reaching the semi-finals.
England can reach semis - Shearer: Former England captain Alan Shearer believes Roy Hodgson's young squad is capable of reaching the ...
Video: MOTD3 pundits John Hartson and Alan Shearer discuss the attacking options available to Roy Hodgson for World Cup selection.
Having watched the Chile & Germany games it is clear that we really do have some amazing young English players coming through. Our style of play against some undeniably good teams this season has been incredible. Fast, flowing, attacking football at its very best. Pressing the opposition hard from the minute we concede possession and hunting in packs until we win it back, often deep in the opponents half. Our team spirit is also something worth noting as there is no way anybody can say we are a team of individuals, some who cry off with silly injuries when a game doesn't suit. Far from it. We have grown and continue to grow as a team. 11 players who pull on the shirt and sweat blood and tears for each other, and the manager who picked them. My main criticism of Roy Hodgson is that he didn't pick enough of OUR amazing home grown crop of future stars. From an academy that has produced *** Channon, Matthew Le Tissier, Alan Shearer, Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Gareth Bale, I have no doubt that . ...
Alan Shearer says recalling John Terry would be a mistake for Roy Hodgson.
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 ...
watching Saturdays MOTD with Roy Hodgson & Alan Shearer. I still can't understand how *** can bad mouth Shearer as a pundit
ESSENTIAL SATURDAY NIGHT VIEWING A little treat for all of you watching Match of the Day this weekend. England manager Roy Hodgson will be in the studio on Saturday night with Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer, both former Three Lions captains. Two of Hodgson's former clubs, Fulham and Liverpool, will be in action. England lead Group H by one point and face Montenegro on 11 October before hosting Poland four days later.
It was a pleasure meeting Roy Hodgson on Richmond High St today. Sadly, he won't be playing Alan Shearer as striker anytime soon.
England 5-0 San Marino 12 October 12 22:27 ￼ By Phil McNulty Chief football writer at Wembley, BBC Sport Wayne Rooney led from the front to become England's fifth highest goalscorer as they eased to victory against San Marino at Wembley. Rooney - captain in the absence of suspended Steven Gerrard and injured Frank Lampard - scored twice to take his tally to 31 as England finally overcame some early San Marino resistance to secure a comfortable World Cup qualifying win. The Manchester United striker broke the deadlock with a 34th-minute penalty and Old Trafford team-mate Danny Welbeck quickly added a second as Roy Hodgson's side finally made their vast superiority count against the side ranked joint-207th in the world. Rooney then edged ahead of Nat Lofthouse, Sir Tom Finney and Alan Shearer in England's goalscoring charts with his second after 70 minutes as they improved what could be the vital factor of goal differing in the closing stages. Welbeck's knack for an instinctive finish was demonstrated onc ...
Finally one of the 'experts' talking sense. Big thumbs up to Alan Shearer for saying what I've been thinking for a long time - "It's no good sitting here saying we will win the World Cup in two years' time. We will not. We have got to get out of the habit of going to tournaments thinking we can win it. We need a change in culture and to be fair to the FA they are trying to change things now. Our league is the best in the world for entertainment but only because it is full of foreigners. I don't go along with the idea that England go home with their heads held high. I don't attach any blame to Roy Hodgson but if you just want 11 men to go out and work hard, I can find you 11 men from Newcastle City Centre who will work their socks off. We are a million miles away from the top sides. Heads held high? Do you think France will go home to that reception?"
English legend Alan Shearer urges Roy Hodgson to use Andrew Carroll ahead of Danny Welbeck at Euro. Shearer...
Shearer: Euros made for Carroll: Alan Shearer has urged England boss Roy Hodgson to pin his faith on Andy Carrol...
Andy Carroll emerged last night as a potentially vital part of Roy Hodgson's England squad and the Liverpool striker may lead the line for England in Norway tomorrow and against France in the first European Championship fixture, in 17 days' time.
Alan Shearer is aiming to beat Chris Kamara's all-comers' record of saying "unbelievable". He can be Phil Neal to Roy Hodgson's Taylor.
Alan Shearer hints at being open to joining Roy Hodgson's England team: • Hodgson is in the process of forming h...
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