Carlton Cole scored in his first start for Celtic today.
Has Shearer got a point or has he completely lost the plot?
The Spanish midfielder played for an hour of Manchester United's FA Cup third round tie.
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The talented 20-year-old performed well for Newcastle despite a 1-0 loss to Watford.
Leeds United are through to the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Afobe's former team-mate at Arsenal sent a message to the former Wolves striker after his move to the Cherries.
Rangers are reportedly moving for Barnet striker Matt Stevens.
The pundit has picked out one Villa player as his 'unsung hero' of the campaign so far.
Sheffield Wednesday defeated Fulham 2-1 at home in the FA Cup on Saturday.
Leeds United are said to be interested in signing Brighton & Hove Albion's David Stockdale.
Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal will face each other at White Hart Lane in the North London derby this weekend.
Leeds United have hit a bad run of form at the worst possible time.
Disturbance said to have occurred during CEO's speech.
The revelation comes from a 2014 interview in Portugal from the new Ibrox manager.
Aston Villa and Leeds United have been tipped to make a move for Barnsley's Marley Watkins - and the Tykes may have already identified a replacement.
Eder is reportedly being targeted by West Brom - but just imagine how exciting Southampton would be if he links up with his former Sampdoria strike partner.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are set to take on Celtic at the weekend.
Brighton & Hove Albion's David Stockdale impressed under Steve Bruce while the Aston Villa boss was manager of Hull City, but his loan deal never became permanent.
The former Liverpool target and current one have discussed the game in China, with the Bayern Munich man available this summer.
The former Baggie was in top form against Swansea City.
Aston Villa have some fine young players coming through the ranks.
When the European Central Bank announced a smaller-than-expected stimulus plan last month, Brevan Howard, one of Europe’s largest hedge funds, was one of the biggest casualties. Its master fund is said to have lost $670m after misreading the runes.