Alan Shearer & World Cup

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Personally, I think both World Cup, CL and double-winner Theirry Henry and former Southampton player Alan Shearer were very good footballers
in 10 secs think of 3 ultimate England FC role models first three: 1. Frank Lampard...still playing strong...arguably the best player at Man City on loan this season..a bargain snip...also Chelsea FC record all-time goalscorer replacement Bobby Tamblin... a good talker in public and married to Christine Bleakley with a soon distant but close romance to go on...he had his moments especially off the pitch but remained cool..my No.1 then Gary Lineker.a non disciplined footballer with an excellent career as a Golden Boot World Cup striker who came close to his dream in both 86 and 90 cups winning for England on his own. then Alan Shearer...just professionalism from the Geordie Southampton graduate of Uni Newcastle.
Just watching videos from the '98 World Cup.. Tony Adams, Alan Shearer, Sol Campbell and Micheal Owen are making my night
Alan Shearer, "David Batty said to me before his penalty against Argentina in the World Cup, what shall I do?" 😂 no wonder he pissin missed!
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 Everton boss Roberto Martinez has joined England on the World Cup casualty list after his accreditation was revoked for letting someone else use it.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 ...
Former England International and ace striker, Alan Shearer has told the BBC that England are just not good enough for the World Cup."What I also want to see in England's final game in Group D is an improvement defensively, because that has been the most disappointing thing about their World Cup. Costa Rica were very good against Uruguay and Italy, and because of the way England have played in their first two games, I would not be confident at all that we will keep a clean sheet. Defensive dopes When I was playing under Sir Bobby Robson at Newcastle United, he always used to say to us that, when we had a corner, have a look around because there is always one dope. What he meant by that was that there is always one defender who switches off. Now, if that happens at any level, you are going to get punished, but especially so at the World Cup because all the players are so alert and looking for that dope. . It's harsh, but England's defenders have been the dopes - against Italy, and against Uruguay too. There ...
SUAREZ REPLIES HOGSON IN STYLE THE LIVERPOOL AND URUGUAY STAR STRIKER NETTED A CRUCIAL DOUBLE TO SILENCE BOTH DOUBTERS AND CRITICS. Luis Suarez has reacted swiftly to Roy Hogson's comment that he (Suarez) "is not yet a great" by not only putting in an eye-catching performance against the England coach's side but also also scoring two fantastic goals which put the Three Lions' chances of advancing to the next round in Brazil in abrupt jeopardy. It would be recalled that Hogson had said earlier this week that the Uruguan should not yet be considered one of the football greats until he is able to prove his worth on a big stage like the on-going FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Suarez was in blistering form during the last Premier League campaign, scoring 31 league goals - the joint highest with those of Alan Shearer and Christiano Ronaldo in a single 38-match campaign- and registering 12 assists in the process. The Liverpool man also scooped the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) Award, the Football Writ . ...
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 ...
Is that Alan Shearer or Ross Kemp on the BBC World Cup coverage
Michael Owen started England's opening game of the 1998 World Cup on the bench as manager Glenn Hoddle opted for a front two of Teddy Sheringham and Alan Shearer against Tunisia. But after coming on to score and hit the post in the 2-1 defeat by Romania in the next game, the 18-year-old Liverpool striker was not to be denied his starting place. Owen's fantastic solo strike against Argentina, after he won the penalty for England's first goal of the game, ensured that when England departed on penalties he was immediately linked with big-money moves to Juventus and Real Madrid.
WORLD CUP PUNDITS PREDICTIONS - BRAZIL OR ARGENTINA TO WIN THE WORLD CUP The World Cup starts in Sao Paulo on Thursda and finishes in Rio de Janeiro on 13 July. Thirty-two teams will contest the tournament, including hosts Brazil, holders Spain and perennial hopefuls England. But who will get their hands on the famous trophy, how will the Three Lions do this time, and which outsiders could spring a shock? BBC Sport's TV and radio football presenters and pundits predict what will happen during the next four weeks. *Who will win the World Cup? Gary Lineker: I just get a feeling this might be Lionel Messi's time, and Argentina's World Cup. They are a bit lightweight defensively but have a good coach in Alejandro Sabella and some brilliant forward players. I think Messi was saving himself the last few months of the season and he will take some stopping. And they have got a nice easy group so will probably get to the knock-out stages without wasting too much energy. Alan Shearer: I'm going for Brazil. They had ...
Just been told by an enthusiastic worker at RTS that the World Cup is like Christmas coming on Thursday. Not sure if everyone feels that keen about the takeover of media being obsessed by football. Are you entered in any sweepstakes and if so which teams did you get. I have Italy and not sure if that is a likely to win being Argentina and Brazil seem favourites according to the likes of Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer, Phil Neville and Chris Waddle. Well if this is Christmas coming I haven't got my turkey and no one is getting presents. However plenty of beverages and BBQ's are planned. Come on Italy!! Oh and England of course.
World Cup Countdown (with a horse racing twist today in honor of the Belmont) -- Fact No. 6: A number of prominent footballers including Sir Alex, Wayne Rooney, Michael Owen, Harry Redknapp, Steve Mcmanaman, Paul Scholes and Alan Shearer own racehorses. Owen's most significant victory might have come when his horse, Brown Panther, won the King George V Stakes at Ascot in 2011. Rooney's namesake Switcharooney, meanwhile, failed to win a single race in a disappointing career. In 1978, the last time a horse captured the Triple Crown, Argentina won the World Cup with a thrilling 3-1 extra time win over Netherlands. Before the match, Holland accused Argentina of employing stalling tactics to delay the start in an effort to rile up the home crowd. In any event, the Dutch nearly took the lead in stoppage time when Rob Resenbrink's shot beat the Argentine keeper but caromed off the post. Afterward, Holland skipped the awards ceremony in protest. Argentina is currently a 4-1 second choice behind Brazil to win the ...
1. Where was the 1986 World Cup held? Mexico 2. Who was the last player to captain England before David Beckham? Martin Keown 3. What football club did Gordon Banks play for when he won his 1966 World Cup medal? Leicester City 4. Fill in the missing name in this sequence of England managers: Ramsey, Mercer, Revie, ? , Robson. Ron Greenwood (1977-82) 5. Which of these players never scored a hat-trick for England: Bobby Charlton, Gary Lineker, Paul Scholes, Luther Blissett, Teddy Sheringham, Alan Shearer? Teddy Sheringham 6. England coaches Sammy Lee and Ray Clemence played together at which club? Liverpool 7. How many places were allocated to African teams for the 2006 World Cup? Five 8. What did all these players win between 1989 and 1997: Paul Merson, Matt Le Tissier, Lee Sharpe, Ryan Giggs, Andy Cole, Robbie Fowler and David Beckham? The (PFA) Young Player of the Year award, 1989-97 9. Aside from goalkeepers, which two England captains since 1966 never scored their country? *** Mills and Trevor Cherry. ...
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has been backed to shine at the World Cup by two of England’s greatest ever goalscorers. Rooney, who is preparing for his third finals tournament, has still to find the net in his previous two appearances at the international showpiece – but Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer and World Cup winner Sir Bobby Charlton believe that run will come to an end in Brazil. Read more:
Top 10 World Cup games of all time With Brazil 2014 just around the corner, Goal runs down the 10 greatest World Cup finals' games in history ARGENTINA* 2-2 ENGLAND - 1998 SECOND ROUND There haven’t been too many memorable World Cup games over the past three or four editions, but this was certainly one. The build-up to the match was, inevitably, dominated by talk of England gaining revenge for the 1986 quarter final and Diego Maradona’s Hand of God. Within 16 minutes there had already been three goals. Gabriel Batistuta’s penalty put Argentina in the lead, but Alan Shearer equalised from the spot after a suspicious Michael Owen fall. The 18-year-old then lit up the tournament with a brilliant solo goal, but Argentina restored parity with another fantastic strike by Javier Zanetti. David Beckham was sent off in the second half for kicking out at Diego Simeone, Sol Campbell had a goal disallowed for a Shearer foul on goalkeeper Carlos Roa, and the final outcome was penalties. As at Italia ’90 eight ...
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Former England striker Alan Shearer has said. he does not expect Roy Hodgson's side to lift. the World Cup in Brazil this summer.
Today my team and 'The Diamond Girls' attend the PFA World Cup 2014 dinner taking place at the Park Plaza Hotel, Albert Embankment, London. The event will start with a champagne reception from 6pm, be followed by a 3 course dinner, entertainment, interviews and speeches. The event will also have a series of fundraising activities on the night to raise money for Marie Curie. The evening will be hosted by Mark Clemmit from, Football Focus & BBC 5live and attended by footballing legends such as Alan Shearer, Ricardo Villa, Ossie Ardeles, other members of the 1990 & 1998 World Cup teams, Dragons from BBC's Dragon Den TV Programme and leading corporates from across the city. The football used in 'England We Love' video, signed by Hoddle & Waddle, Sinitta, Bobby Davro, Tony Blackburn, Mike Read, Roxy Searl, and moire, will be auctioned to raise money for Marie Curie. How much money do you reckon the ball might raise ??
Well I've been thinking, if we had a time machine to go and get the greatest England Football team together for the World Cup, who would be in yours, here's mine .IF ONLY EH Gordon Banks / David Seaman / Peter Shilton Bobby Moore / Terry Butcher / Glen Johnson / Jolean Westcott / Jack Charlton / Des Walker / Tony Adams / David Beckham / Stevie Gerrard / Glen Hoddle / Theo Walcott / Colin Bell / Paul Scholes / Martin Peters / David Platt / Geoff Hurst / Gary Lineker / Alan Shearer / Bobby Charlton / Jimmy Greaves
Alan Shearer says he is excited by Roy Hodgson's young World Cup squad and believes they are capable of reaching the semi-finals.
Alan Shearer believes Wayne Rooney must star at the FIFA World Cup if he is to be regarded as one of England's greatest-ever players.
WHO SAID FOOTBALLERS AREN'T INTELLIGENT? My parents have always been there for me, ever since I was about 7. " David Beckham "I would not be bothered if we lost every game as long as we won the league." Mark Viduka "If you don't believe you can win, there is no point in getting out of bed at the end of the day." Neville Southall "I've had 14 bookings this season - 8 of which were my fault, but 7 of which were disputable." Paul Gascoigne "I've never wanted to leave. I'm here for the rest of my life, and hopefully after that as well." Alan Shearer "I'd like to play for an Italian club, like Barcelona " Mark Draper "You've got to believe that you're going to win, and I believe we'll win the World Cup until the final whistle blows and we're knocked out." Peter Shilton "I faxed a transfer request to the club at the beginning of the week, but let me state that I don't want to leave Leicester " Stan Collymore "I was watching the Blackburn game on TV on Sunday when it flashed on the screen that George (Ndah) had ...
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Video: MOTD3 pundits John Hartson and Alan Shearer discuss the attacking options available to Roy Hodgson for World Cup selection.
Having done England's top World Cup goalscorers by club I think I might as well do the same for the European Championship. I will use the same criteria as before. If anybody has represented England in the EC while with that club but there are no goalscorers I will put in an entry regardless: AC Milan - No goalscorers Arsenal - Tony Woodcock (3) AS Monaco - No goalscorers Aston Villa - Darren Bent (2) Barcelona - Gary Lineker (5) Bari - David Platt (1) Bayern Munich - No goalscorers Birmingham City - No goalscorers Blackburn Rovers - Alan Shearer (5) Blackpool - No goalscorers Bolton Wanderers - Gary Cahill (1) Burnley - No goalscorers
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.
Ross Barkley made his England debut this year (Picture: Reuters) EXCLUSIVE: Alan Shearer has backed Ross Barkley to be a surprise package to shine for England at next summer’s World Cup. The Everton midfielder has enjoyed a fantastic start to…
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 WrightMichael Owen? Yet still, nothing to show for it. The focal point of the debate co ...
Desailly accuses Suarez of diving: He thinks the pitch is a swimming pool Previous 2 Nov 25, 2013 8:39:00 PM The World Cup winner has lashed at the Uruguayan over his "theatrics", while also admitting he hopes that Manchester United fail to win this season's Premier League title BET = HUL 55$ DRAW 37.5$ LIV 16.2$ EXCLUSIVE By Dennis Mabuka Former Chelsea defender Marcel Desailly has accused Liverpool star Luis Suarez of diving, claiming that the forward "thinks the football pitch is a swimming pool". The Uruguay international has been embroiled in various simulation controversies during his time in England, with Reds boss Brendan Rodgers defending his star man earlier in the year by insisting that his reputation is exaggerated because he is foreign. The in-form attacker is the Premier League's second-highest scorer this season with nine goals, although Desailly has admitted he is no fan of Suarez while praising former Newcastle striker Alan Shearer. "I have a lot of respect for retired England striker She ...
VIDEO: Focus Forum: Keown & Shearer on England - Dan Walker is joined by Martin Keown and Alan Shearer to discuss England's chances in their crucial qualifying matches for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Aw naw, Alan Hansen and Alan Shearer have both predicted Argentina to win the World Cup next year. No chance now :(
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I think I might actually watch ITV's coverage of the World Cup next year, BBC: Martin Keown, Mark Lawrenson, Alan Shearer, Pat Nevin FFS, so bad
Juninho was interviewed on Match of the Day earlier and said that winning the Carling Cup with Boro was better than winning the World Cup with Brazil! Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer couldn't believe what they were hearing - true Boro legend.
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 ...
Former England captain Alan Shearer: After the World Cup in Brazil, so in a couple of years, I think Jack Wilshere will be the England captain. He has everything about his game that a midfielder should have; he scores goals, he creates and he can be strong in the tackle if he wants to.’
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
Some Greatest Goal Scorers in World Football History... RONALDO: Brazilian striker Ronaldo played for some of Europe's elite clubs including Inter Milan, Real Madrid, AC Milan, Barcelona and PSV Eindhoven. Ronaldo still holds the record for most World Cup goals with 15 and is considered by some to be the best striker of all time. SHEARER: Alan Shearer made his name in England playing for Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United. The striker is still the top goalscorer in Premier League history with 260 goals. MESSI: Denis Doyle/Getty Images Barcelona striker Lionel Messi is now within five strikes of becoming the Catalan club's all time leading goalscorer. Currently on 230, Messi recently broke the record for goals in a Champions League match by scoring five in one game against Bayer Leverkusen. Messi is only 24 years of age and is being touted as the best player of all time. C.RONNALDO: Portuguese winger *** forward Cristiano Ronaldo is the current rival to Lionel Messi's title as the best player in modern ...
Rooney's high five honour Wayne Rooney marked his first competitive match as England captain by firing his way into the national team's top five goalscorers of all time. The Manchester United forward entered the World Cup qualifying game against San Marino on 29 goals but a first-half penalty and a second-half strike enabled him to leapfrog a famous trio - Tom Finney, Nat Lofthouse and Alan Shearer - and move into fifth place with 31. The only men now above him are Michael Owen (40), Jimmy Greaves (44), Gary Lineker (48) and United legend Sir Bobby Charlton (49). "Obviously it's a great honour for me, there are some great players there," Rooney told ITV Sport. "To be in England's top five goalscorers of all time is something I'm extremely proud of. Hopefully there are many more goals to come. I'm still only 26, I've got a long way to go, so hopefully I can score a lot more." England won 5-0 thanks to Rooney's double, a brace from Danny Welbeck and a final flourish from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, but some pu ...
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 ...
England make hard work in a regulation win 5-0 v San Marino ranked 207 in the world, alongside Tobago and the Cacos Is. Wayne Rooney (26) with 2 goals tonight,now on tally of 31 goals,in 77 matches for England, overtakes Alan Shearer,Nat Lofthouse,Tom Finney and David Platt. In their next vitally important World Cup qualifier, in Warsaw, England must win or avoid defeat v Poland, who will not play like the Dagenham Girl Pipers!
Alan Shearer: "We will not win World Cup." Lee Dixon: "Obviously we're not doing it right. It's not rocket science." Shamefully, very true.
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?"
The Euro's kick off tomorrow and the odd's have just been released for the first live broadcast on BBC's opening game Poland v Greece! The bet is how long will it be before 1966 gets mentioned? At the moment the 2/1 Lineker mentions it before game even starts' evens that it will get mentioned in opening line of programme, 3/1 Alan Shearer mentions it regarding part of the English spirit of 1966/Euro96, 4/1 Alan Hansen will mention it to make himself feel English or 10/1 it will not get mentioned as England are not playing in the opening game or finally 10/1 it will not get mentioned during the whole tournament as it is European Championships and the World Cup is nothing to do with it!
THE LIFE AND CRIMES OF JOEY BARTON April 2004 - Storms out of Eastlands before kick-off after being axed from the Manchester City side to face Southampton. July 2004 - Sparks a mass brawl in a pre-season 'friendly' against Doncaster. December 2004 - A Christmas bash for Manchester City players sees him stub a lit cigar into the eye of young team-mate Jamie Tandy. He is fined six weeks' wages by City. May 2005 - Breaks the leg of a 35-year-old pedestrian while driving his car at 2am in Liverpool City Centre. June 2005 - Involved in a spat with a 15-year-old Everton fan at City's team hotel in Bangkok. Again he is fined by City. October 2006 - The bad blood with Everton fans continues in 2006 when he drops his shorts in the direction of home fans at Goodison Park. He is fined and warned by the FA for his conduct. December 2006 - Blasts England players releasing autobiographies after an unsuccessful World Cup campaign. "England did nothing in the World Cup, so why are they bringing books out? 'We got beat in ...
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