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Transcript of Alan Shearer
Alan Shearer was born on 13 of August 1970. He grew up to be a fantastic footballer and at the age of 26 he became the captain of England. Alan had only one aim and it was to lead his country to victory in the World cup for a second time as they also won in 1966.
Alan was England's best striker in the 1990s. In 1992, he was transferred from his first club, Southampton, to Blackburn Rovers for the huge amount of £3.3 million.
A video of Alan Shearer scoring a goal!
In the 1987-1988 season, Southampton were not doing well while Alan was scoring regularly for the youth team.
At the age of seventeen years and 240 days, he was the youngest player ever to score a hat-trick in the top division.
At the end of 1992, Alan injured his right knee really badly
that the doctor's believed he wouldn't be able to play for a year. He surprised his team by getting back to full fitness within 8 months. When Alan played a match against Chelsea, he injured his fibula and ankle so badly that he didn't come back until the spring.
Here are some more pictures of him.