ALAN SHEARER

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PLAYER INFO
NameAlan Shearer
Date of Birth13 August 1970
Place of Birth Newcastle, England
Height6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Career1988-2006
PositionStriker
Previous EditionsFIFA 20, FIFA 19, FIFA 18
FIFA 17, FIFA 16, FIFA 15
SHORT BIOGRAPHY
Alan Shearer (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English centre-forward. After a stunning debut for Southampton where Shearer scored a hat-trick, he made the move to big spending Blackburn Rovers in 1992 where he would later obtain a Premier League winners medal.

A return home to his beloved Newcastle soon followed when Shearer joined for a world record fee of £15 million. Shearer retired in 2006 after scoring 206 goals for Newcastle to make him their highest ever goalscorer.
YEARS
TEAM
APP
GOALS
4 Blackburn Rovers171130
4 Southampton15843
10 Newcastle United405206
8 England6330
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IRL MEDIA IMAGES AND VIDEOS OF THE PLAYER
FIFA 21 Alan Shearer - Base Item
BASE
RELEASE DATES
PacksOctober 20 - December 20
Transfer MarketOctober 20 - September 21
FUT DraftOctober 20 - December 20
Swap IconsHe hasn't featured
in any ICON Swaps release
STATS
Acceleration78
Aggression82
Agility69
Balance69
Composure89
Crossing75
Curve79
Def. Awareness30
Dribbling72
Finishing90
FK Accuracy86
Heading Accuracy91
Interceptions44
Jumping86
Long Passing61
Long Shots83
Penalties93
Positioning91
Reactions88
Short Passing80
Shot Power88
Sliding Tackle56
Sprint Speed75
Stamina81
Standing Tackle68
Strength87
Vision76
Volleys87
2000
In late 1999, Alan Shearer was still performing at the top level for Newcastle. The highlight in the 1999-2000 season saw Shearer smash 5 goals against Sheffield Wednesday in their 8-0 Premier League victory.

Despite having his injury troubles, Shearer spent a total of 10 seasons at his boyhood club and amassed a record 260 Premier League goals throughout his career; a total that remains a league record to this day.
FIFA 21 Alan Shearer - Mid Item
MID
RELEASE DATES
PacksOctober 20 - February 21
Transfer MarketOctober 20 - September 21
FUT DraftOctober 20 - February 21
Swap IconsHe hasn't featured
in any ICON Swaps release
STATS
Acceleration85
Aggression77
Agility74
Balance71
Composure85
Crossing77
Curve80
Def. Awareness26
Dribbling77
Finishing92
FK Accuracy83
Heading Accuracy91
Interceptions40
Jumping89
Long Passing62
Long Shots85
Penalties91
Positioning89
Reactions83
Short Passing80
Shot Power90
Sliding Tackle51
Sprint Speed83
Stamina87
Standing Tackle60
Strength85
Vision73
Volleys90
1995
Alan Shearer was just 22 when he moved from Southampton to Blackburn Rovers for a then British record transfer fee. His time at Blackburn saw him transform into one of the greatest strikers of the Premier League generation, where he scored 30+ league goals in three consecutive seasons.

Shearer scored 34 league goals in 1994-95 which helped Blackburn Rovers to a dramatic Premier League title. That same season, Shearer was named Premier League Player of the Year.
FIFA 21 Alan Shearer - Prime Item
PRIME
RELEASE DATES
PacksDecember 20 - September 21
Transfer MarketDecember 20 - September 21
FUT DraftDecember 20 - September 21
Swap IconsHe hasn't featured
in any ICON Swaps release
STATS
Acceleration82
Aggression80
Agility71
Balance71
Composure88
Crossing77
Curve81
Def. Awareness28
Dribbling76
Finishing95
FK Accuracy86
Heading Accuracy94
Interceptions44
Jumping88
Long Passing63
Long Shots86
Penalties94
Positioning92
Reactions87
Short Passing82
Shot Power94
Sliding Tackle55
Sprint Speed80
Stamina84
Standing Tackle65
Strength88
Vision76
Volleys93
1997
In the summer of 1996, Alan Shearer joined boyhood club Newcastle United for a world record fee of £15m. In his first season at Newcastle, Shearer finished as the Premier League’s top goal scorer once again.

Despite Newcastle falling short in their quest for title glory, for a third consecutive season, Shearer’s performances stood out. The highlight of the season for Shearer was his late hat-trick against Leicester City to turn around a 3-1 deficit into a 4-3 victory for Newcastle.
FIFA 21 Alan Shearer - Prime Moments Item
PRIME MOMENTS
RELEASE DATES
PacksFebruary 21 - September 21
Transfer MarketFebruary 21 - September 21
FUT DraftFebruary 21 - September 21
Swap IconsHe hasn't featured
in any ICON Swaps release
STATS
Acceleration82
Aggression80
Agility71
Balance71
Composure88
Crossing77
Curve81
Def. Awareness28
Dribbling76
Finishing95
FK Accuracy86
Heading Accuracy94
Interceptions44
Jumping88
Long Passing63
Long Shots86
Penalties94
Positioning92
Reactions87
Short Passing82
Shot Power94
Sliding Tackle55
Sprint Speed80
Stamina84
Standing Tackle65
Strength88
Vision76
Volleys93
1997
Newcastle United 4-3 Leicester City – Premier League 96/97

Alan Shearer produced one of his finest footballing moments in February 1997, with Newcastle United trailing 1-3 at home to Leicester City in the Premier League and with just 13 minutes left on the clock. In the 77th minute he gave St James’ Park hope by reducing the deficit with a powerful free-kick from the edge of the box, before equalising in the 85th minute with a goal from just inside the area. Shearer completed a famous hattrick with a back-post tap-in to give Newcastle an unlikely victory.