Alan Shearer & Thierry Henry
Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. Thierry Daniel Henry (born 17 August 1977) is a French footballer who plays as a striker for New York Red Bulls in Major League Soccer./5
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Ruben Loftus-Cheek follows in the footsteps of Thierry Henry, Rui Costa, Alan Shearer & James Rodriguez as the Best Player of
Toulon Golden Boot winner joins the likes of Thierry Henry, Nuno Gomes, Alan Shearer, Rui Costa as previous winn…
SAM CUNNINGHAM AT THE KING POWER: Jamie Vardy has joined an illustrious list including the likes of Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry by
It's all kicking off!. Alan Shearer is having to hold back Thierry Henry who's going mad at Graham Poll . ht…
The United States Olympic Committee will bid for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Committee will choose one host city from either Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco or Washington DC. The International Olympic Committee's deadline for applicants is 15 September 2015, with a decision due in 2017. The last time the USA hosted a summer Olympics was in Atlanta in 1996, although Salt Lake City, Utah, hosted the Winter Olympics in 2002. The US is the third country after Germany and Italy to officially launch a bidding process. At an IOC meeting in Monaco earlier this month, a 40-point action plan was voted on to revamp the sporting showpiece. Potential hosts will find it easier and cheaper to bid under the "Olympic Agenda 2020" reforms and events can be held outside the host country or city. The 28-sport cap for future summer Olympics has been removed - although there will be no changes to the Rio 2016 schedule. - Former England striker Alan Shearer says Thierry Henry "could do most things a footballer ...
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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.
Leighton Baines, Alan shearer , Thierry Henry , Robin Van Persie and Rickie lambert, all experienced and very talented players
My World Cup 5 so far: 1) Baines constantly being in space down the left and no one passing to him. Predictably Townsend and everyone on talk sport blame Baines. 2) Thierry Henry wearing at least 3 layers when he's on the telly. In that heat. 3) Jonathan Pearces goal line technology meltdown. Pearce continues to blame the authorities the following night. 4) The realisation that I am now older than every player who has stepped foot on the pitch. 5) Listening to Alan Shearer talk football and understanding why he had a hand in taking Newcastle down. "Power and pace Gary."
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 ...
Shirley just said that Thierry Henry is cooler than Alan Shearer. True, but Freddie “Parrot-Face” Davies is cooler than S…
Wayne Rooney is 4th in the list of all time Premier League top scorers with his two goals Yesterday . All-TIME Premier League TOP SCORERS: 1 Alan Shearer (260) 2 Andy Cole (187) 3 Thierry Henry (175) 4 Wayne Rooney (171) 5 Frank Lampard (170)
Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke, Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton, Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp, Alan Shearer and Les Ferdinand, Robbie Fowler and Stan Collymore, Nial Quinn and Kevin Phillips, Eidur Gudjohnsen and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Andy Cole and Peter Beardsley, Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka, Dean Saunders and Dalian Atkinson.best strike partnerships in epl history son Tariq DaCosta
The top five Premier League goal scorers get their own little write up and a link to video of their goals. Everyone outside of that gets just their name, the clubs they played and scored for (or club, in the case of Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Matt LeTissier) and, of course, their total number of Premier League goals. You can also jump directly to the Premier League Golden Boot winners and Most Premier League goals this season sections. All Time Premier League Top Scorers The top ten all time Premier League top scorers are: 1. Alan Shearer: 260 goals in 434 appearancess 2. Andy Cole: 187 goals in 408 appearancess 3. Thierry Henry: 176 goals in 258 appearances 4. Frank Lampard: 167 goals in 567 appearances * 5. Robbie Fowler: 163 goals in 375 appearances 6. Michael Owen: 163 goals in 362 appearances 7. Wayne Rooney: 158 goals in 351 appearances * 8. Les Ferdinand: 150 goals in 347 appearances 9. Teddy Sheringham: 146 goals in 407 appearancess 10. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink: 127 goals in 287 appearances
Loic Remy has been backed by two of the Premier League’s greatest ever strikers in Thierry Henry and Alan Shearer following his howler against Southampton - and the French legend has also bigged up his bid to be on the plane for Brazil with Les Bleus. Remy, still on loan from Queens Park Rangers, was presented with a golden opportunity to win the game against the Saints when Paulo Gazzaniga scuffed a goal kick straight into his path. Ahead of the festive period, this was a gift-wrapped opportunity for Remy to score his ninth of the campaign. But he has sympathy from the striker’s union as BBC Match of the Day pundits gave their expert analysis after the game. Geordie legend Alan Shearer said: “Newcastle will be really disappointed, they had a couple of big chances which on another day Remy would have put away. “He’s been the difference for Newcastle this year. “He’s added goals to their game. “He runs in behind, he’s quick and he holds the ball up, he can do a bit of everything.” Remy ...
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.
Below, AEPLSports has picked out five of the best Premier League strike partnerships 1) Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole [Manchester United] 2) Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton [Blackburn Rovers] 3) Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp [Arsenal] 4) Kevin Phillips and Niall Quinn [ Sunderland] 5) Stan Collymore and Robbie Fowler [ Liverpool] HÖNOURABLE MENTIONS:- *Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge *Patrick Kluivert and Gabriel Batistuta
talking Footy wit me sis here and she's asking me of Luis Figo, Alan Shearer, Andy Cole , Thierry Henry & Kanu. Lol
Who was a better striker? Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer or Eric Cantona?
Had a debate at work today, whos the better Striker, Thierry Henry or Alan Shearer?
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 ...
Robin Van Persie is aiming to join an. elite group that includes Alan Shearer. and Thierry Henry by winning the...
Headlines: - Mourinho: "We (Chelsea and Mourinho) are ready to marry again and be happy and successful." - AC Milan confirm interest in Tevez for summer move - Liverpool target Ajax's Alderweireld wants either Bundesliga or Premier League move - Benitez wants to work with Torres again - England stars like Oxlade-Chamberlain should do more duty with U-21 in the future, insists FA chief - Barcelona want Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool to stop 'draining' talent from Spain - Van Persie targets hat-trick of Golden Boots - won previously only by Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry - Hughes shuffles up back-room staff at Stoke - Higuain: Tug-of-war between Arsenal and Juventus with the Gunners more likely to win
On the list so far we have Thierry Henry , Denis Bergkamp , Alan Shearer and Steven Gerrard which player deserves to be next on the list
FACT! Bale is now in a elite group of 4 to win the award twice. He joins Mark Hughes, Thierry Henry, Cristiano Ronaldo & Alan Shearer.
Bale won PFA award for the 2nd time, joining Mark Hughes, Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo as only players with two wins."
I'm sorry but Alan Shearer was better then Thierry Henry
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 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
After a blistering December, Robin Van Persie currently leads the Premier League scoring charts with 16 goals this season. The Netherlands international struck in all but one of his six Premier League fixtures last month, while he started 2013 in similar form after netting twice against Wigan Athletic on New Year's Day. Providing he stays fit, the 29-year- old is likely to remain a strong contender to scoop the Golden Boot for the second consecutive campaign - the only other players to do this are Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry. Sitting behind Van Persie with one goal fewer is Liverpool's Luis Suarez. Unlike the Dutchman, the Uruguay international had a relatively quiet start to December before springing into life towards the end of the month, scoring once against Fulham and two against a hapless QPR at Loftus Road. Suarez continued his prowess in front of goal into the New Year and bagged another double against Sunderland on January 2. The Liverpool talisman appears to be the strongest candidate to conte ...
"26 - Wayne Rooney has now scored 26 braces in the Premier League; only Alan Shearer (46) & Thierry Henry (34) have more. Salvo."
The top 10 highest Premier League scorers of all time 1. Alan Shearer - 260 goals 2. Andy Cole - 189 goals 3. Thierry Henry - 176 goals 4. Robbie Fowler - 163 goals 5. Frank Lampard - 153 goals 6. Wayne Rooney - 150 goals 7. Les Ferdinand - 149 goals 8. Michael Owen - 149 goals 9. Teddy Sheringham - 147 goals 10. Jimmy F Hasselbaink - 128 goals Emile Heskey is down at the number 16 spot with 111 goals Jermain Defoe is at number 14 with 121 goals, can see him gaining a few places if he carries on with this form Wayne Rooney moved up to 6th spot after his 2 goals against Manchester City last weekend.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has expressed his pride at overtaking Sir Bobby Charlton's record of goals in the Manchester derby, after his double in the 3-2 victory over Manchester City on Sunday took him to 10 overall. The 27-year-old scored twice to put Sir Alex Ferguson's men ahead, before goals from Yaya Toure and Pablo Zabaleta put the three points in doubt, with Robin Van Persie winning the game with a free kick in the dying moments of the match. The prolific forward leapfrogged the Red Devils club legend to gain the derby record and is now level with Manchester City's Francis Lee and Joe Hayes with the overall record of 10. The striker also became the sixth player to reach the 150 Premier League goals barrier, following in the footsteps of Alan Shearer, Andy Cole, Robbie Fowler, Thierry Henry and Frank Lampard in achieving the career landmark. "I didn't know I was the top United derby scorer but I am proud of that," Rooney told reporters. "It is a great feeling to score against City. "The ...
City have the best defence in the top flight, having conceded just 10 league goals so far this season. Carlos Tevez has scored six Premier League goals against Chelsea, only Alan Shearer (8) and Thierry Henry (8) have scored more. Mario Balotelli is one game away from his is 50th Premier League appearance.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney believes Former Arsenal superstar Thierry Henry is the finest striker to have ever played in the Premier League. Henry scored 174 goals in 254 league appearances for Arsenal prior to leaving the Emirates Stadium for Barcelona in 2007, while the French veteran added another strike to his tally during an emotional return last season. The Arsenal legend is third on the Premier League's all-time goalscorer list which is headed by ex-Newcastle captain Alan Shearer with 260 goals, while former Manchester United striker Andy Cole is second with 187. Rooney himself is in eighth position with 148 goals for Everton and Manchester United during his decade as a professional, and looked to Henry for inspiration while he was moving up the youth ranks. Despite Shearer being the most potent player the Premier League has seen, Rooney still ranks Henry above the Former England skipper, and says he was always entertained by the record Arsenal scorer. "I'd have to say Thierry Henry. Fro ...
The highest goalscorer in EPL history is Alan Shearer; he scored 260 goals. Andy Cole & Thierry Henry are 2nd & 3rd on d list wit 189 & 176
Thierry Henry had successive seasons and so did Ruud-Van-Nistelroy (However you spell it) & of course Alan Shearer :')
The three players to reach 100 PL goals fastest are Alan Shearer (124 games), Thierry Henry (160) & Ian Wright (173).
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 ...
In case u missed it, after Chelsea fans compared Drogba to Thierry Henry. They've now brot it on Rooney and Alan Shearer oo..
The answer to the question is: Andy Cole, Alan Shearer (Twice), Kevin Phillips, Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo
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.
so Premier League top mid/att in the last 20 years, Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Scholes, Steven Gerrard, Ryan Giggs; Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer
The other five players are Andy Cole, Alan Shearer (did it three times), Kevin Phillips, Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo.
In-form Van Persie aims for landmark goal Arsenal striker Robin Van Persie could book his place in the history books against West Bromwich Albion if he continues his prolific form this weekend. The 28-year-old has had a superb season in front of goal for the Gunners and his brace against Norwich City last weekend put him on 30 goals for the campaign. One more goal in the final fixture of the season at the Hawthorns would see the Dutchman equal the Barclays Premier League's all-time goal record in a 38-match season. Blackburn Rovers striker Alan Shearer scored 31 goals in the 1995/96 campaign while Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo matched that feat in 2007/08. Double award Van Persie, who recently won both the Professional Footballers' Association's Player of the Year and the Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year, has now equalled Thierry Henry's record, set in Arsenal's Invincibles campaign, of 30 League goals in a 38-match campaign. He is four goals ahead of Manchester United's ...
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
Rooney's goal against Man City does not deserve to be the best What of the goals of Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry and David Beckham
Alan Shearer has four nominations, while Dennis Bergkamp and Thierry Henry have three each.”
Roy Keane has to be one of the most influential, along with Ryan Giggs, Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry
I love Lampard, scores his 150th Premier League goal, becomes the 5th all time highest goal scorer in Premier League History only behind Legends like Alan Shearer, Andy Cole, Thierry Henry, and Robbie Fowler, also becomes the Highest scoring midfielder in History. Go CHELSEA European Champions League is calling...
36 - Alan Shearer holds the record for PL goals in a calendar year (1995), two ahead of Thierry Henry (2004). Predators.
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