Alan SHEARER | 1993-1997 & 1999-2000


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Alan SHEARER | 1993-1997 & 1999-2000

Postby PES Stats Database » 2008 Dec 14, 01:28

Club: Newcastle United | Blackburn Rovers



Growth type: Early/Lasting


INFO:

As a player, Shearer was often styled as a classic English centre-forward, owing to his strength, heading ability and strong shot. Of his 206 Newcastle goals, 49 of them were scored with his head. Earlier in his career, especially at Southampton, Shearer played a more creative role; providing chances for fellow strikers, and making runs into space. Later on in his career, Shearer played a more forward role; his age meant that he lost much of the pace which served him on the south coast. Able to hold the ball up well, he also functioned as a target man, providing balls for other players. Although his strength allowed him to hold on to the ball, his playing style sometimes brought him criticism; most commonly that his play was too physical, and that he used his elbows too aggressively: it was this which led to both of his sendings off, although one was rescinded.

Shearer was noted as a proficient penalty taker for both club and country, and he scored 45 times from the spot for Newcastle, where he was the first-choice taker. He was also an able free-kick taker, scoring five goals directly from set-pieces for the north-east club, despite not being first-choice free-kick taker during most of his time at Newcastle.


HONOURS:

Club
Blackburn
Premier League Winner (1994/95)
Country
63 Caps 30 Goals

Individual
Euro '96 Golden Boot (5 goals)
Highest-ever Premiership goalscorer (260 goals)
PFA Players' Player of the Year: 1995, 1997
Football Writers' Association Player of the Year: 1994
Inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame: 2004
Included in the FIFA 100 list of the 'greatest living footballers'.
Awarded the OBE in 2001 for services to association football


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ADDITIONAL LINKS:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Shearer

http://www.talkfootball.co.uk/guides/football_legends_alan_shearer.html

http://www.shearer9.com/home.shtml

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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1999-2000

Postby Brezza » 2008 Dec 14, 01:31

Name: Alan Shearer OBE DL

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Club: Newcastle United
Number: 9
Position: *CF
Nationality: English _eng
Age: 29-30 (13/08/1970)
Era: 1999/2000

Foot: R
Side: B

Height: 183 cm
Weight: 83 kg

Attack: 93
Defence: 42
Balance: 94
Stamina: 80
Top Speed: 75
Acceleration: 76
Response: 88
Agility: 75
Dribble Accuracy: 76
Dribble Speed: 73
Short Pass Accuracy: 76
Short Pass Speed: 77
Long Pass Accuracy: 72
Long Pass Speed: 70
Shot Accuracy: 90
Shot Power: 93
Shot Technique: 90
Free Kick Accuracy: 82
Curling: 74
Header: 93
Jump: 82
Technique: 80
Aggression: 88
Mentality/Tenacity: 86
Keeper Skills: 50
Team Work: 85

Injury Tolerance: B
Form/Condition/Fitness: 6
Weak Foot Accuracy: 5
Weak Foot Frequency: 5
Consistency: 7
Growth type: Early/Lasting

PES 2011 CARDS:
P19: Fox in the Box
S03: 1-on-1 Finish
S04: PK Taker
S05: 1-touch Play

PES 2010 CARDS:
P21: Fox in the Box
S03: 1-on-1 Finish
S04: PK Taker
S05: 1-touch Play

SPECIAL ABILITIES:
*Positioning
*Scoring
*1-1 Scoring
*Post Player
*Middle Shooting
*Penalties
*1-Touch Pass

PES 2011 / 2010 Attack/Defence Awareness Card: Attack Minded


INFO:

Alan Shearer was given the chance to move to his boyhood club when he arrived at St. James Park as a top-class footballer on 30th June 1996. He became the Geordie Messiah and a club hero in the process - scoring 206 goals in 404 games and breaking Jackie Milburn Newcatle's scoring record. He was part of the immensely exciting Newcastle side, managed by Kevin Keegan, that pushed Manchester United all the way in 1996/1997. He was hampered by injuries and had a public falling out with manager Ruud Gullit a couple of seasons after, but was soon banging in the goals again in the early part of the 00's under the management of Sir Bobby Robson.

He lost a bit of sharpness and pace but gained more bulk and was better at free-kicks around this era, still a world class instinctive striker and finisher. Scored arguably the best goal of his career around this era with this beauty 8-) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZxbtILni1o and scored 30 goals in 50 games during this season.


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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1995/1996

Postby Mav42 » 2009 Feb 20, 11:46

Anyone else tried playing with Shearer much? I use these stats and he plays like a donkey, to be honest.

I think his pace stats need to improve dramatically - certainly acceleration - and maybe dribble accuracy could do with a marginal increase, maybe by one or two.

Suggestions:

Top Speed: 82
Acceleration: 86
Dribble Accuracy: 78

He did lose pace towards the latter stage of his career but in the early/mid-nineties he was noted for being very quick.

Anyone agree?
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1995/1996

Postby cutthroat » 2009 Feb 20, 12:27

he wont last a whole game if you increase the speed stats to that with a stamina of 82.. so i dont think it should be increased by that much, realistically he moved pretty slow but i guess he deserves at least

TS: 80
ACC: 83
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1995/1996

Postby Uzair » 2009 Feb 20, 14:13

yeah i agree with those figures but maybe his stamina might increase by a couple...and maybe mentality is exagerrated. he was a hardworking player but he wasn't really a hound...was he???
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1995/1996

Postby Mav42 » 2009 Feb 20, 14:52

Admittedly I might've been a touch overzealous in calling for both stats to be improved by 4, but I think that we ought to remember that our aim is to depict arguably the Premiership's greatest ever striker in his prime.

At his best he was the epitome of the no-nonsense centre-forward - a fantastic athlete (the balance stat is very accurate, and I agree that stamina ought to go up) and a superb striker of the ball, whose principle attribute was to score from seemingly any angle.

In that respect, could agility go up?

AGILITY

Key attribute for: -
Useful attribute for: Creative players

Agility determines how quickly a player performs kicks, tricks, and general movements. The higher it is, the more rapidly he will perform them. This is especially noticeable with first-time kicks and passes.


Maybe it is his meagre rating of 75 that is making him so cumbersome to play with. Shearer was superb at getting a shot away before the defenders or 'keeper could react.

Alan Hansen said of him: "He's strong, great in the air, boasts great technique and power in his shooting and, in his prime, he had real pace."

How about this, then:

Stamina: 85
Top Speed: 81
Acceleration: 84
Agility: 80 (or maybe even more?)
Dribble Accuracy: 78
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1995/1996

Postby Plava Čigra » 2009 Jul 19, 15:59

Please correct Shearer's Era to 1993-1996 (1995-1996 isn't correct Era). In 1994-1995 season (Blackburn won the title) Shearer scored amazing 34 goals. In 1995-1996 season he scored 31 goals, and in 1993-1994 also 31 goals. Those are best 3 seasons in his career (in my opinion).

I agree that Shearer deserves higher stats concerning speed, agility and dribble. He deserves at least same values for dribble as Inzaghi (if not a little bit better DA). Also a raise of 2 points in TS and 1 point in ACC would be appropriate (still under Lineker). Agility should be higher then 75. At least 79 (if not 2 or 3 points higher). Agree with mav42 on Stamina level.
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1993-1996 & 1999/2000

Postby Brezza » 2009 Jul 19, 17:03

Right updated prime era Shearer.
Ive also included a Newcastle era Shearer underneath him ;)
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1994-1996 & 1999-2000

Postby Classical » 2009 Jul 21, 08:13

If mentality is the stat that replicate a player's will to chase down an opponent, used a lot in defensive midfielders usually, I don't understand both Shearer's values.
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1994-1996 & 1999-2000

Postby electric_trigger » 2009 Jul 22, 18:53

Shearer before he broke his leg was very fast I'd raise Top Speed even more say 83-84, to grab the goals he did and outscore Andy Cole (Ok some were pens) he had to be fast, at Blackburn he was the dog's bollocks, as he got older he became more and more physical.
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1994-1996 & 1999-2000

Postby BigStu » 2009 Sep 18, 17:19

add to thread title: 2002-2003 for the above stats please
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1994-1996 & 1999-2000

Postby Brezza » 2009 Sep 19, 15:55

Pretty pointless extra set tbh. Although I’ve overrated his Newcastle stats slightly so I’ve given him a general tweak.
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1994-1996 & 1999-2000

Postby Vandeach » 2009 Sep 19, 15:58

The first set is a bit too high in pretty much everything.
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1994-1996 & 1999-2000

Postby Uzair » 2009 Sep 25, 18:12

okay......what d'ya wanna do about it?
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1993-1996 & 1999-2000

Postby gala2000 » 2012 Feb 29, 22:00

he was very quick, his dribbling was average but he was fast when running straght at goal as well...i dont know why so many legends are given so low speed stats..there are CF's playing now that have been given speed 84-85 who where slower then AL

TS 85
ACC 86
DS 84
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1993-1996 & 1999-2000

Postby 84fifty » 2012 May 01, 12:53

Here's a very useful video, all of Shearer's 206 goals for Newcastle United: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zTGjVKIBWFA

Note how many are thwacked in from close range as he reacts faster than the defenders.
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1993-1996 & 1999-2000

Postby Brezza » 2012 Jun 21, 17:11

84fifty wrote:Here's a very useful video, all of Shearer's 206 goals for Newcastle United: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zTGjVKIBWFA

Note how many are thwacked in from close range as he reacts faster than the defenders.


Yeah it probably doesn't make much sense for Older Shearer to have less response, had to adjust his game to become more of a poacher after his ankle problems robbed him of all his pace.

I assume. people don't mind the new update :P he was always a bit too punt and run to have the previous technical stats, also one thing which I think was overlooked was that Shearer was actually a very good crosser for a striker kind of like Drogba. He would set up the likes of Sutton and Les Ferdinand countless time with his crossing.
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1993-1996 & 1999-2000

Postby jurgens » 2012 Jun 21, 17:17

Brezza wrote: He would set up the likes of Sutton and Les Ferdinand countless time with his crossing.


yeah I noticed that too. I was watching blackburn season reviews a few months back, but never finished. I did notice his crossing was quite good, as was his normal passing. I'd say hes without doubts a red ST/head and probably higher balance, he was really a strong player.
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1993-1996 & 1999-2000

Postby Yazid » 2012 Jun 26, 16:45

^ Agree, with cantona on 95 ST, shearer easily warrants that too imo. Header not sure about red, 94 would be good though for his newcastle set.
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Re: Alan SHEARER | 1993-1996 & 1999-2000

Postby Korinov » 2012 Jun 28, 15:36

On the other hand, I doubt the late set deserves even oranges for ST.
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