, In his testimonial match, he raised £1.64m benefiting fourteen good causes including £400,000 for the NSPCC and £320,000 for completion of the "Alan Shearer Centre", a respite care facility based in West Denton, Newcastle.  On 15 October 2009, Shearer became the new patron of the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation. , His first match in charge ended in a 2–0 defeat against Chelsea at St James' Park.
 Earlier in his career, especially at Southampton, Shearer played a more creative role: providing chances for fellow strikers, and making runs into space, owing to his early development as a midfielder.
In 2004 Shearer was named by Pelé in the FIFA 100 list of the world's greatest living players.. Early years. His final goals for the club came on 17 April 1996, when he scored twice in a 3–2 home league win over Wimbledon. , On the eve of the final day of the season on 24 May, where all fixtures are played simultaneously, Newcastle faced the prospect of being relegated to the Championship, along with Hull City, Middlesbrough and Sunderland, which would end their 16-year unbroken spell in the Premier League.  This defeat ended England's participation in what was to be Shearer's only World Cup tournament. He was educated at Gosforth Central Middle School and Gosforth High School. Ultimately Shearer joined his boyhood club: Newcastle United, Manchester United's title rivals.
, Although the club could not retain the title the following year, Shearer again ended the (now 38-game) season as Premier League top scorer, with 31 goals in 35 games, as Blackburn finished seventh in the league.  Amid persistent questioning regarding the permanency of the appointment, Llambias announced that Shearer was to be manager for the remaining eight games, and after his recovery, Joe Kinnear would return as manager after the end of the season.
Alan Shearer 89 - live prices, in-game stats, comments and reviews for FIFA 20 Ultimate Team FUT.
 Deputies must live within seven miles of the county boundaries, and retain their appointment until age 75. Alan Shearer CBE DL (born 13 August 1970) is an English retired footballer who played as a striker. Hi, FUTBIN is dependent on advertisements and we have noticed you are using an ad blocker. , On 26 July 2009, Shearer played and scored in the Sir Bobby Robson Trophy match, a charity match held at St James' Park in tribute of Bobby Robson and in aid of his cancer charity the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation. In the summer of 1996, Alan Shearer joined boyhood club Newcastle United for a world record fee of £15m.  As well as the two red cards, Shearer received 59 yellow cards during his career.  In October 2006, he became an ambassador for the NSPCC, describing it as "the kick-off to my most important role yet". , The new England manager Glenn Hoddle appointed Shearer captain for the 1998 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Moldova on 1 September 1996, and the player held onto the captaincy after scoring once in that match and twice in the following game against Poland. For the England national team, Shearer appeared 63 times and scored 30 goals.
Shearer had rejected offers of coaching or assistant roles at Newcastle under both the returning Kevin Keegan in February 2008 and Joe Kinnear in November 2008.  He missed the final three games of the season for his club due to injury, but recovered in time to play in England's UEFA European Championship campaign. United progressed well in that season's UEFA Cup and Shearer's six goals helped the club reach the semi-finals, where they were beaten by eventual runners up Olympique de Marseille. , Shearer was promoted to the first team after spending two years with the youth squad. , In 2008, he raised over £300,000 for Sport Relief in a bike ride with fellow Match of the Day presenter Adrian Chiles, the idea for which emerged in an off the cuff question from cycling fan Chiles to Shearer as to how he kept fit since retirement. , Announcing that this would be his final season before retirement, Shearer's form in the 2004–05 season was patchy; alongside new signing Patrick Kluivert, he scored only seven goals in his 28 games as the club finished the season in 14th place. [notes 1] He was named Football Writers' Association Player of the Year in 1994 and won the PFA Player of the Year award in 1995. Shearer was the star of the tournament where he scored seven goals in four games. In late 1999, Alan Shearer was still performing at the top level for Newcastle. Shearer is a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE), a Deputy Lieutenant of Northumberland, a Freeman of Newcastle upon Tyne and an honorary Doctor of Civil Law of Northumbria and Newcastle Universities. With England not required to qualify as hosts, Shearer had not scored in 12 games in the 21 months prior, and even his overall goalscoring record for England did not look too impressive so far, with five goals in 23 games. , *: Golden Boot award winner (when goals scored are tied), Newcastle United F.C. , Another injury problem, this time an ankle ligament injury sustained in a pre-season match at Goodison Park, restricted Shearer to just two goals in 17 games in the 1997–98 season. So much so that his strikers Alex, David (Trezeguet) and Marcelo (Salas) were ordered to take home videos and study Shearer's display.  UEFA Euro 1996 was his biggest success at international football; England reached the semi-finals and Shearer was awarded the UEFA Euro Golden Boot and was named to the UEFA Euro Team of the Tournament. We believe and hope that we can build a stable community in FUTBIN and that comments will be a part of it. Although Branfoot accepted that a sale was inevitable, he claimed that "whatever happens, we are in the driving seat". , Shearer was awarded a testimonial match by the club, against Scottish side Celtic. Shearer scored the first England penalty, while the Spaniards failed to score from two of theirs, sending England into the semi-final against Germany.
... Alan Shearer 92 - live prices, in-game stats, comments and reviews for FIFA 20 Ultimate Team FUT. By now, Shearer was approaching his 30th birthday, and he announced that he intended to retire from international football after the Euro 2000 tournament. To help Shearer get over the injury, club physiotherapist Paul Ferris devised unorthodox methods. , Shearer's international strike rate had also dried up, with no goals in the twelve matches leading up to Euro 96.  His efforts for the club led to Shearer being awarded the PFA Players' Player of the Year for 1995.
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