Alan Shearer & Roy Keane
Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. Roy Maurice Keane (born 10 August 1971) is an Irish former footballer and manager./5
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CHARLES SALE: Roy Keane lifts lid on feud with Alan Shearer and says pair will never forgive each...
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 ...
Ghostwriter Roddy Doyle on Roy Keane: 'he always homed in on people you’d like to see suffer, like Alan Shearer'
Roy Keane and Big Alan Shearer will be in my ultimate team in FIFA 15. Big Al will have at least 95 heading and Roy well he'…
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 ...
Just heard Dwight Yorke story about time Roy Keane got sacked at Sunderland.. He texted Keane thanks for chance to play for you and sorry how things turned out in end.. He got reply 10 mins later it said.. GO FYOURSELF.. Keane = legend:)
Love this. Craig Bellamy on the Roy Keane / Alan Shearer row at St. James' Park in 2001.
Adrian Chiles, Roy Keane, Gareth Southgate...what genius thought of that combo? What a bunch of absolute helmets.
Now that old fart ( Fergie ) has retired, football pundits are discussing who he considers to be his best signing. There are different opinions on the topic. Some consider this title belongs to Bryan Robson. Others think it's King Cantona. Some say it's hot headed Keano ( Roy Keane) or maybe Ronaldo or Rooney. To me this title belongs to one and only captain Keane. When he entered the field from the tunnel in Old Trafford the crowd used to go wild screaming " there is only one Keano". The guy had a winners mentality and lived to win. Many a times he had bailed United to victory with this attitude. Who can forget his bust with another colorful character Patrick Veiera in the tunnel or his throwing the ball at the back of England captain Alan Shearer. He lacked Zidane's skill but made up for it with physical qualities and thuggish ways. He and his boss shared this similar football qualities and their sheer will to win. At the end of this time he fell out with his mentor but deep down both have a respect for ...
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 ...
agree, just as other top players like Bryan Robson, Alan Shearer, Roy Keane and even Di Stefano have honoured us
The quality of ITV's football team. Andy Townsend, a midfielder who played for Norwich, Gareth Southgate who put us out of the World Cup and failed Middlesbrough manager and Roy Keane a total thug. Compare it to BBC team of Alan Hansen, Mark Lawrenson and Alan Shearer who have all achieved big success in their careers
My all time Premier League XI: Note: Only three players from a club can make it to the starting line-up but if a player has played for more than a Premier League club, then he should be counted in the club he is currently playing for or the last Premier League club he played for. Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson Formation: 4-4-2 GK: David Seaman (Arsenal) RB: Gary Neville (Manchester United) RCB: Tony Adams (Arsenal) LCB: John Terry (Chelsea) LB: Ashley Cole (Chelsea) RM: Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) RCM: Steven Gerrard (Liverpool) LCM: Paul Scholes (Manchester United) LM: Robert Pires (Arsenal) CF: Didier Drogba (Chelsea) ST: Alan Shearer (Newcastle United) Bench: van Der Sar, Lee Dixon, Nemanja Vidic, Roy Keane, Frank Lampard, Ryan Giggs and Thierry Henry. Share your all time Premier League XI with us. -0akley
Well done Flintoff. Next week it's Roy Keane v Alan Shearer.
Yes it was a red. Could clearly see what he was trying to do. Roy Keane didn't punch Alan Shearer but got sent off for trying to
Lee Dixon not happy with being interrupted by Alan Shearer - quite right too. He wouldn't have interrupted Roy Keane!
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.
not like real old men, just Alan Shearer, Nick Barmby and Roy Keane:)
I love the show Legends of The Barclays Premier League. Thierry Henry and Denis Bergkamp from Arsenal, Alan Shearer from Newcastle, Matt Le Tissier from Southampton and Giggs, Roy Keane and Eric Cantona from Man United. Where the City Legend at? Oh yeah I forget, they don't exist
another few of the past, I never liked Alan Shearer, Duncan Ferguson and Roy Keane.
“If Hodgson does leave, who would you want to replace him?!” Roy Keane or Alan Shearer!!
Roy Keane has to be one of the most influential, along with Ryan Giggs, Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry
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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