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STARS ENGLAND BOBBY CHARLTON Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND BOBBY CHARLTON Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Sir Robert "Bobby" Charlton CBE (born 11 October 1937) is an English formerfootball player, regarded as one of the greatest midfielders of all time, and an essential member of the England team who won the World Cup and also won theBallon d'Or for European Footballer of the Year in 1966. He played almost all of his club football at Manchester United, where he became renowned for his attacking instincts and passing abilities from midfield and his ferocious long-range shot. He was also well known for his fitness and stamina, allowing him to dominate the pitch. His elder brother Jack, who was also in the World Cup-winning team, is a former defender for Leeds United and manager.
Born in Ashington, Northumberland, Charlton made his debut for the Manchester United first-team in 1956, and over the next two seasons gained a regular place in the team, during which time he survived the Munich air disaster of 1958 after being rescued by Harry Gregg. After helping United to win the Football League in 1965, he won a World Cup medal with England in 1966 and another Football League title with United the following year. In 1968, he captained the Manchester United team that won the European Cup, scoring two goals in the final to help his team be the first English side to win the competition. He has scored more goals for England and United than any other player. Charlton held the record for most appearances for Manchester United (758), but this was surpassed by Ryan Giggs on 21 May 2008 (the 2008 UEFA Champions League Final). Charlton also held the club record for most league appearances (606) until this too was overtaken by Giggs on 6 March 2011.
In January 2011 Charlton was voted the 4th greatest Manchester United player of all time by the readers of Inside United and ManUtd.com, behind Ryan Giggs (who topped the poll), Eric Cantona and George Best.
At the time of his retirement from the England team in 1970, he was the nation's most capped player, having turned out 106 times at the highest level. This record has since been eclipsed by Bobby Moore, Peter Shilton and then David Beckham.
He left Manchester United to become manager of Preston North End for the 1973–74 season. He changed to player-manager the following season, but early in the 1975–76 season left them after having decided management was not for him because his understanding of the game was scant. He next accepted a post as a director with Wigan Athletic, then became a member of Manchester United's board of directors in 1984 and remains one as of June 2011. He set goalscoring records for both the England team and Manchester United, with both records remaining intact some 35 years after the end of his playing career. He was knighted in 1994.
Sir Bobby Charlton is a member of the Laureus World Sports Academy.
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STARS ENGLAND BOBBY MOORE Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND BOBBY MOORE Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Robert Frederick Chelsea "Bobby" Moore, OBE (12 April 1941 – 24 February 1993) was an English footballer. He captained West Ham United for more than ten years and was captain of the England team that won the 1966 World Cup. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time, and was cited by Pelé as the greatest defender that he had ever played against.
He won a total of 108 caps for the England team, which at the time of his international retirement in 1973 was a national record. This record was later broken by 125-cap goalkeeper Peter Shilton. Moore's total of 108 caps continued as a record for outfield players until 28 March 2009, when David Beckham gained his 109th cap. However, unlike Beckham, Moore played every minute of every one of his caps.
"My captain, my leader, my right-hand man. He was the spirit and the heartbeat of the team. A cool, calculating footballer I could trust with my life. He was the supreme professional, the best I ever worked with. Without him England would never have won the World Cup." Alf Ramsey
"He was my friend as well as the greatest defender I ever played against. The world has lost one of its greatest football players and an honourable gentleman." Pelé
"Bobby Moore was a real gentleman and a true friend." Franz Beckenbauer
"Moore was the best defender I have ever seen." Sir Alex Ferguson
"Bobby Moore was the best defender in the history of the game" Franz Beckenbauer
"There should be a law against him. He knows what's happening 20 minutes before everyone else." Jock Stein
"Ask me to talk about Bobby Moore the footballer and I will talk for days. Ask me about the man and I will dry up in a minute." Ron Greenwood
"Immaculate footballer. Imperial defender. Immortal hero of 1966. First Englishman to raise the World Cup aloft. Favourite son of London's East End. Finest legend of West Ham United. National Treasure. Master of Wembley. Lord of the game. Captain extraordinary. Gentleman of all time." Inscription on the Bobby Moore Sculpture
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STARS ENGLAND BOB WILSON Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND BOB WILSON Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Robert "Bob" Primrose Wilson OBE (born 30 October 1941 in Chesterfield,England) is a former Scotland international football goalkeeper and laterbroadcaster.
As a player, Wilson is most noted for his career at Arsenal between 1963 and 1974. He made over 300 appearances for Arsenal and two appearances forScotland, the first Englishman since 1873 to do so, having previously played for the England schoolboys under 15 team. After retiring as a player, he turned to coaching and broadcasting, presenting football programmes ontelevision for 28 years, until 2002, and his opinion is still sought by radio and television to this day.
His unusual middle name has often been a source of amusement; it stems from a Scottish tradition of giving children their mother's maiden name as a middle name.
In February 1994, his daughter Anna was diagnosed with malignant schwannoma, a cancer of the nerve sheath. After a long fight, she died on 1 December 1998, six days before her 32nd birthday. The "Willow Foundation" was set up in her memory in 1999 and operated locally, mainly in Hertfordshire. Wilson relaunched the charity on 4 October 2005 with a national remit. The organisation was established in Anna's memory and now helps some of the estimated 12,500 people in the UK, aged 16–40, who are diagnosed every year with a life-threatening illness. In 2007, Wilson was awarded membership into the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for his charity work.
Wilson suffered a further tragedy in August 2010 when Anna's widower, Mitchell Carey, died suddenly at the age of 44. An inquest later revealed that Carey, who had since re-married and had two children, died as a result of food poisoning - his death had originally been believed to have been the result of stepping on a sea urchin while on holiday in Greece shortly before his death in Stevenage.
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STARS ENGLAND BOB PAISLEY Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND BOB PAISLEY Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Robert Paisley OBE (23 January 1919 — 14 February 1996) was an English footballerand manager who spent almost fifty years with Liverpool as a right-back, physiotherapist,coach, and finally manager. In nine years as manager, Paisley led Liverpool to win twenty honours – six First Division Championships, three League Cups, six FA Charity Shields, three European Cups, one UEFA Cup and one UEFA Super Cup. He is often cited as one of the greatest football managers of all time, and is to date the only manager in history to have won three European Cups.
Paisley had left school in 1933 to become a miner, and was later apprenticed as a bricklayer before turning to professional football. He married his wife Jessie in 1946 and they had two sons, Robert junior and Graham, and a daughter, Christine.
Having first signed for Liverpool in 1939, Paisley's managerial career came to an end at the end of the 1982-83 season after spending 44 unbroken years at the club. He was replaced by Joe Fagan, another of the Boot Room old boys.
He worked as a consultant and advisor to Kenny Dalglish for two years from his appointment as player-manager in June 1985, before being appointed as a director.
In early 1986, aged 66, he was interviewed by the Football Association of Ireland, discussing coming out of retirement to take charge of the Republic of Ireland national football team. However, Jack Charlton was soon named to the Irish post instead.
He continued to serve Liverpool as a director until he retired in early 1992 due to ill health, having been diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease, which became apparent in his early seventies when he was unable to remember his way home when driving from Anfield.
He died on 14 February 1996 at the age of 77, and after his death he was honoured by the club with the opening of the Paisley Gates at one of the entrances to Anfield, complementing the existing Shankly Gates. He had spent the final months of his life in a nursing home.
He was buried in the churchyard of St Peter's Church in Woolton, Liverpool.
His son Graham Paisley is the rector at this church.
Paisley was made an Inaugural Inductee of the English Football Hall of Fame in 2002 in recognition of his impact on the English game as a manager.
Among the memorials to Paisley is a sheltered housing complex in Hartnup Street, Liverpool, which was opened in 1998 and named Bob Paisley Court.
There is also a small commemorative plaque on the front of the supermarket on Front Street in Hetton-le-Hole town centre.
He was survived by his wife Jessie, a school teacher four years his senior. She died in the early hours of 8 February 2012 in a Liverpool hospital as a result of a heart infection, aged 96
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STARS ENGLAND BILLY WRIGHT Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND BILLY WRIGHT Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
William Ambrose "Billy" Wright, CBE (6 February 1924 – 3 September 1994) was an English footballer, who spent his whole career atWolverhampton Wanderers. The first football player in the world to earn 100 caps, Wright also holds the record for longest unbroken run in competitive international football; he made a total of 105 appearances for England, captaining them a record 90 times.
Wright was awarded the CBE for services to football soon after his retirement in 1959. He was made an inaugural inductee of theEnglish Football Hall of Fame in 2002 in recognition of his impact on the English game. He was named the Midlands' greatest footballer by BBC Midlands Today following a public vote in May 2007.
A statue of him was erected beside Wolves' Molineux Stadium in memory of him in 1996, three years after the completion of a stand at the stadium named in honour of him. Wright did live to see the stand being named after him, but had died by the time the statue was completed.
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STARS ENGLAND BILL NICHOLSON Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND BILL NICHOLSON Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
William Edward "Bill" Nicholson OBE (26 January 1919 - 23 October 2004) was an English football player, coach, manager and scout who devoted his life toTottenham Hotspur in North London.
Born in Scarborough, Yorkshire, the eighth of nine children. Nicholson was a pupil at the town's Gladstone Road Junior School before attending Scarborough Boys' High School (now Graham School).  He worked briefly in a laundry after leaving school, but at the age of 16 he was invited to a trial at Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs), where he arrived on 16 March 1936. After a month's trial, he was taken on as a ground-staff boy at £2 a week. He signed as a full professional at the age of 18 and played a few matches for the first team before he joined the Durham Light Infantry on the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939. As a professional footballer he was sent on a Physical Education course and was made a sergeant-instructor, training new intakes of troops throughout the war. Although the war probably cost him half his playing career, he did not regret it as his experiences taught him the man-management skills which were to have such a great effect later in his career.
Bill Nicholson said, ‘It is better to fail aiming high than to succeed aiming low. And we of Spurs have set our sights very high, so high in fact that even failure will have in it an echo of glory.’ it was listed as the 4th greatest managerial quote in the Daily Mail's List of the 'Top 50 Managerial Quotes
List of UEFA Cup winning managers
Joy Brook
The Glory Game by Hunter Davies (1972) ISBN 1-85158-376-9
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STARS ENGLAND ASHLEY COLE Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND ASHLEY COLE Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Ashley Cole (born 20 December 1980) is an English footballer who plays forChelsea and the England national team. Primarily a left-back, Cole is considered by critics and fellow professional players as one of the best defenders of his generation.
Born in Stepney, London, Cole began his youth career at Arsenal and made his full debut for the club in November 1999, going on to make a further 227 appearances, scoring nine goals. With Arsenal he won two Premier Leaguetitles, three FA Cups, and was an integral member of "The Invincibles" team of the 2003–04 season, who went the entire league season undefeated. Cole also made an appearance in Arsenal's first UEFA Champions League final in 2006; the club lost 2–1 to FC Barcelona.
In August 2006, after a protracted transfer saga, Cole completed a move to rival club Chelsea, with whom he won further honours, including the Premier League in the 2009–10 season, four FA Cups, one Football League Cup and one UEFA Champions League. With seven winners' medals, Cole has won the FA Cup more times than any other player in history, and is one of two players to have won the Double with two different clubs, along with Nicolas Anelka.
Cole has been an England international since 2001 and played at the 2002, 2006and 2010 World Cups, as well as Euro 2004 and Euro 2012. He was votedEngland Player of the Year in 2010. As of 2012 has won 99 caps, making him England's most capped full back and most capped black player.
Cole married singer Cheryl Tweedy in July 2006. They separated in February 2010; she divorced him in September 2010
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STARS ENGLAND ARTHUR ROWLEY Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND ARTHUR ROWLEY Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
George Arthur Rowley Jr., (21 April 1926 – 19 December 2002), nicknamed"The Gunner" because of his explosive left-foot shot, was an English footballplayer and cricketer. He holds the record for the most goals in the history of English league football, scoring 434 from 619 league games. He was the younger brother of Manchester United legend Jack Rowley. He was shortlisted for inclusion into the English Football Hall of Fame in 2008.
He holds the club record for the most goals in a single season at both Leicester City and Shrewsbury Town, scoring 44 goals in 42 league matches at Leicester in 1956-57 and 38 goals in 43 games for Shrewsbury in 1958-59. He is also Shrewsbury's record league goalscorer with 152 league goals. He is Leicester's second all-time top goalscorer, netting 265 times for the Foxes, 8 goals short ofArthur Chandler's record
After retiring as a player Rowley managed Shrewsbury for another four years before becoming manager of Sheffield United on 11 July 1968. United had just been relegated to Division Two but despite good signings who would later gain the team promotion, results were disappointing and he was sacked on 6 August 1969.
He managed Southend United from 1970 to 1976 and was also assistant manager of Telford United and manager of non-leagueKnighton Town and Oswestry Town before leaving football
He represented Shropshire in three Minor Counties Championship matches between 1961 and 1962 as a right-handed batsman and a leg-break bowler.
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STARS ENGLAND ARTHUR DREWRY FIFA PRESIDENT Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND ARTHUR DREWRY FIFA PRESIDENT Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Arthur Drewry (born March 3, 1891 – March 25, 1961) was the 5th President of FIFA, serving from 1955 to 1961. He was elected as President on June 7, 1955 at the FIFA Conference in Lisbon where he succeeded Rodolphe William Seeldrayers from Belgiumwho had only been President for 15 months following the death of Jules Rimet. Drewry was also chairman of the Football Association from 1955 to 1961 and had been president of the Football League and a director of Grimsby Town.
Drewry's is famous for his role in the England v United States game in which the English lost to the rank outsiders in the 1950 FIFA World Cup in Belo Horizonte. Although Walter Winterbottom was the coach of the side, Drewry, acting as sole selector, picked the team which lost.
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STARS ENGLAND ALF RAMSEY Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND ALF RAMSEY Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Sir Alfred Ernest "Alf" Ramsey (22 January 1920 – 28 April 1999) was an Englishfootballer and manager of the English national football team from 1963 to 1974. His greatest achievement was winning the 1966 World Cup with England on 30 July 1966. They also came third in the 1968 European Championship and reached the quarter-final stage of the 1970 World Cup and the 1972 European Championshipunder his management. He was knighted in 1967 in recognition of England's World Cup win the previous year.
As a player, he had been capped 32 times between 1948 and 1953, scoring three goals, and was part of the Tottenham Hotspur team which in 1951 became champions of the top flight a year after promotion.
Between the end of his playing career and his appointment as England manager, Ramsey was Ipswich Town manager for eight years, taking them from the Third Division to the top of the First Division in that time, winning the English Championship title at the first attempt.
His final job in football was manager of Birmingham City, which he left in March 1978.
In the 1966 World Cup final only the 11 players on the pitch at the end of the 4–2 win over West Germany received medals. Following aFootball Association led campaign to persuade FIFA to award medals to every non-playing squad and staff member, George Cohenreceived the medal on behalf of the former England manager's family from Gordon Brown at a ceremony at 10 Downing Street on 10 June 2009
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STARS ENGLAND ALAN SMITH Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND ALAN SMITH Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Alan Smith (born 28 October 1980) is an English footballer who plays forMilton Keynes Dons, having signed for them in July 2012 following his release by Newcastle United a few weeks earlier. He has also represented the England national football team, winning 19 caps.
Smith first came to prominence as both a striker and an attacking right-midfielder during his early days at Leeds United before Manchester Unitedmanager Sir Alex Ferguson converted him to a holding midfielder, a role in which he continued after his transfer to Newcastle United. Smith has earned a reputation as a hard-tackling player and is noted for his high work rate.
An England youth international at multiple levels, Smith was called into the England squad for the friendly against Italy in November 2000, but later withdrew in order to rest. He eventually earned his first cap in May 2001 in a friendly against Mexico, but did not make the final cut for the 2002 FIFA World Cup, and continued representing the under-21s. Smith scored on his full debut againstPortugal in September 2002, being set up by Leeds team mate Lee Bowyer. In a Euro 2004 qualifier against Macedonia in October 2002, he received his first international red card from a second yellow card after a tackle on Aleksandar Vasoski In 2005, he drew some criticism after withdrawing from the England squad to play Denmark (a game England lost 4–1) in order to play for the Manchester United reserves. After a prolonged absence from international football, Smith was called up for an England B match on 26 May 2007, against Albania. He scored the first goal of the game which ended in a 3–1 win. The next day he was named in the senior team to face Brazil, on 1 June 2007
In total Smith has been sent off seven times and booked 67 times in the Premier League. He has committed 500 fouls in the competition since 2002–03 making him the sixth most prolific fouler.
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STARS ENGLAND ALAN JAMES BALL Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND ALAN JAMES BALL Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Alan James Ball, Jr., MBE (12 May 1945 – 25 April 2007) was a professional English footballer and football club manager.
He was the youngest member of England's 1966 World Cup winning team and played for various clubs, scoring more than 180 league goals in a career spanning 22 years. His playing career also included a then national record £220,000 transfer from Everton to Arsenal at the end of 1971.
After retiring as a player, he had a 15-year career as a manager which included spells in the top flight of English football with Portsmouth, Southampton and Manchester City.
In January 1998, Ball was contacted by Brian Howe, who informed him he was to make a takeover bid for the club and that he would like Ball to manage the club. This led to Ball returning to Portsmouth as manager in February 1998, however the take-over never came about. When he was appointed Pompey were several points adrift at the bottom of the table and enduring a near-fatal financial crisis, going into administration for over a year. In 1998 he masterminded a miraculous escape that saw two of his former sides (Stoke City and Manchester City) relegated after Pompey won 3–1 at Bradford City on the final day of the season. He also kept them up in the 1998–9 season, but his contract was terminated on 9 December 1999 with the club in the lower half of Division One. His departure came 6 months after the club was rescued from financial oblivion by new owner Milan Mandaric. On his retirement, 54-year-old Ball was the last remaining England World Cup winner in management.
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STARS ENGLAND ALF COMMON Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

STARS ENGLAND ALF COMMON Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery
Alf Common (25 May 1880 in Millfield – 3 April 1946 in Darlington) was an English footballer who played at inside forward or centre forward. He is most famous for being the first player to be transferred for a fee of £1,000 on his transfer to Middlesbrough from Sunderland in 1905.
Common played for South Hylton and Jarrow in North East England before joiningSunderland in 1900. Sunderland finished Division One runners-up in 1900–01, after which Common transferred to Sheffield United in October 1901 for £325. Neither Sunderland nor Sheffield United had cause to regret the deal in the sense that Sunderland finished as Division One Champions in 1901–02, and Common scored the first goal in the Blades FA Cup final win of 1902 over Southampton.
Common became a regular member of Sheffield United teams, and won the first of his three international caps in 1904, but in May of that year he refused to re-sign forUnited because he wished to return to Sunderland where he was reported to have 'business interests'. United failed to persuade Common to change his mind and in the summer of 1904, he returned to Sunderland. The deal also took United's reserve goalkeeper Albert Lewis in return for a new record fee of around £520.
In February 1905, little more than six months after this move, he broke the transfer record again by moving to Middlesbrough for £1,000. Middlesbrough had purchased Common in an attempt to avoid relegation to the Second Division. His first game for Middlesbrough was on 25 February 1905, away to his former club Sheffield United. Middlesbrough won 1–0, with Common scoring from a penalty after 50 minutes, it was their first away win for nearly two years. Consequently the team, who had so far been battling against relegation that season, survived the drop. He played 168 leaguegames for Boro and scored 58 goals.
At the age of 30, Common moved to Woolwich Arsenal in 1910, making his debut on 1 September 1910 against Manchester United. In total, he played 80 times and scored 23 goals for Arsenal; after starting out at inside forward, he took on a more attacking role in his second season and was the club's top goalscorer (with 17) in 1911–12, missing just two league games. However, he didn't score a single goal in the first half of the Gunners' 1912–13 relegation season, before being sold to Preston North End in December 1912 for £250. At Preston, he helped the club to win the Division Two title that season, although they were relegated the following season (1913–14).
Common retired from football in 1914, and went on to run pubs in Darlington until 1943. He died in 1946 aged 65.
In 1998 Alf Common was selected as one of the Football League's 100 Football League Legends.
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STARS ENGLAND SHEARER Portrait Drawing Soccer Football Khaled3Ken Gallery

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Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. He played as a striker in the top level of English league football forSouthampton, Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United and for the England national team. He is considered by some as one of England's best strikers, being both Newcastle's and the Premier League's record goalscorer. After retiring as a player in 2006, Shearer worked as a television pundit for the BBC. In 2009 he briefly left his BBC role to become Newcastle United's manager in the last eight games of their 2008–09 season, in an unsuccessful attempt to save them from relegation.
A native of Newcastle upon Tyne, Shearer made his professional debut with English top-flight club Southampton in 1988, scoring a hat-trick in the process. During several years on the south coast, he became known for his classic style of play, strength and goalscoring ability; he soon received an international call-up along with a transfer to Blackburn Rovers in 1992. Shearer established himself as a player in northern England; he became a regular in the England squad, and his 34-goal tally helped Blackburn secure the Premier League title in 1994–95. He was named Football Writers' Association Player of the Year in 1994 and won the PFA Player of the Year award in 1995. The 1995–96 season saw Shearer make his first Champions League appearances and finish as the top scorer in the Premier League with 31 goals. He was also top scorer at Euro 1996 with England, scoring five goals, and in the 1996–97 Premier League, with 25 goals. He scored 283 league goals in his career, including a record 260 in the Premier League, and a total of 422 in all competitions including international at all levels. Shearer has amassed a goals to game ratio of 0.667 throughout his career at every level.
A world-record £15 million move to his boyhood heroes, Newcastle United, followed the Euro '96 tournament, and Shearer spent the remainder of his career with the club. While he would never win a trophy at Newcastle, Shearer helped his team to runners-up finishes in the Premier League and FA Cup with Newcastle, and won a second PFA Player of the Year award. After being named England's captain in 1996 and Newcastle's captain in 1999, he retired from international football following Euro 2000, having amassed 63 appearances and 30 goals for his country. As well as his media work, he has raised substantial amounts of money for various national and local charities, both within and outside of sports. Shearer is an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE), a Deputy Lieutenant of Northumberland, a Freeman ofNewcastle upon Tyne and an honorary Doctor of Civil Law of Northumbria andNewcastle Universities.
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Norbert "Nobby" Peter Stiles MBE (born 18 May 1942) is a retired English footballer. He was born in Collyhurst, Manchester.
Stiles played for England for five years, winning 28 caps and scoring 1 goal. He played every minute of England's victorious 1966 FIFA World Cup campaign. His best performance in an England shirt was probably the semi-final of that tournament against Portugal, where he was given the job of marking the prolific Eusébio. His tough performance resulted in Eusébio being practically nullified for the entire game. Stiles also played very well in the final, which England won 4–2 against West Germany. His post match celebration has become one of the most famous images in English sport history. The sight of Stiles dancing on the Wembley pitch, holding the World Cup trophy in one hand and his false teeth in the other, has lived for decades.
Stiles played the majority of his club career for Manchester United, spending eleven years at Old Trafford, where he became renowned for his tough tackling and ball winning qualities. With the Red Devils, he won two League titles and one European Cup. Stiles is one of only three Englishmen, alongside Bobby Charlton and Ian Callaghan, to have won both the FIFA World Cup and European Cup.
He also had short spells with Middlesbrough and Preston North End.
In 2000, Stiles was awarded his MBE after a campaign by sections of the media who were surprised that five of the 1966 team had never been officially decorated for their achievements. Stiles duly joined Alan Ball, Roger Hunt, Ray Wilson and George Cohen in collecting his gong.
Stiles released his autobiography, After The Ball, in 2003.
His son John Stiles played for Shamrock Rovers and Leeds United in the early 1980s.
Stiles was elected to the English Football Hall of Fame in 2007.
A teenage Stiles, then a Manchester United apprentice, was portrayed by actor Kyle Ward in a 2011 BBC TV drama, United, which was centred around the Munich air disaster in 1958, in which eight of United's senior players died.
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John Norman "Johnny" Haynes (17 October 1934 – 18 October 2005) was anEnglish footballer, best known for his 18 years at Fulham. He was a one-club man, spending his entire first class career at Fulham, where he played a club-record 658 games and scored 158 goals between 1952 and 1970. An inside forward, Haynes is widely regarded as the greatest footballer ever to play for the Londonclub, particularly noted for his exceptional passing skill and ability to read a game. An accomplished international, he made 56 appearances for his country, including 22 as captain (many of them while playing for Fulham in the Second Division). Haynes became the first player to be paid £100 a week, immediately following the abolition of the £20 maximum wage in 1961. Pelé was once quoted as calling Haynes the "best passer of the ball I've ever seen".
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In March 2008 the first full book on Johnny Haynes' career was published by club photographer Ken Coton and lifelong supporter Martin Plumb. Eulogised by journalists, the book with over 300 pages and 300 photographs details all of his games and goals with rare archive footage (Ashwater Press)
Weeks after its centenary year, on 27 November 2005, it was announced that the Archibald Leitch-designed Stevenage Road Stand at Craven Cottage would be renamed The Johnny Haynes Stand. Other suggestions to honour Haynes had included a redesign of the gates of Craven Cottage and the retirement of the number 10 shirt worn by Haynes throughout his time at Fulham.
On 28 July 2008, Fulham announced that fundraising had commenced, with the co-operation of a fan's group, to produce a lasting tribute to Haynes.A statue was commissioned and was unveiled at Craven Cottage before thePremier League match against Sunderland on 18 October 2008. The Statue also appears on Fulham Membership Cards issue in 2010.
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David Andrew Seaman MBE (born 19 September 1963 in Rotherham, South Yorkshire) is an English former professional footballer who played as a goalkeeperfor several clubs, most notably Arsenal. He retired from the game on 13 January 2004, following a recurring shoulder injury. He was appointed an MBE in 1997 for services to the sport.
The peak of his career was during his period as Arsenal and England goalkeeper in the 1990s and early 2000s; during his time at Arsenal he won many medals including three league championships (1991, 1998, 2002), four FA Cups (1993, 1998, 2002, 2003), the League Cup in 1993 and the European Cup Winners Cupin 1994. During this time he also played in the 1998 and 2002 World Cups, andEuro 96 and Euro 2000, and is England's second-most capped goalkeeper with 75 caps, after Peter Shilton.
Seaman's career highs came in his successful performance in UEFA Euro 96 and in Arsenal's UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, Premier League and FA Cup (including a superb save from Paul Peschisolido for Sheffield United in the FA Cup 2002–03) campaigns in the mid-90s and early-2000s. Notable lows came with two costly errors, both from long-range efforts — conceding a last-minute goal in the 1995 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final to Nayim and conceding to a Ronaldinho free-kick in the 2002 FIFA World Cup quarter-final.
Seaman is left-handed, but throws the football with his right arm and kicks with his right foot. He also played in the Premier League for Manchester City, as well as appearances in the Football League for Peterborough United, Birmingham City and Queens Park Rangers.
In June 2012, he was appointed goalkeeping coach of Combined Counties Leagueclub Wembley.
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