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English: Photo of retired footballer Alan Shearer
English: Photo of retired footballer Alan Shearer (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
nationnews.com: "Barbados continues to be an attractive destination for high-profile past and present England footballers.

Following on the heels of last week’s Soccerex Americas Forum, which attracted legends such as former England players Bryan Robson and John Barnes, and Argentine World Cup winner, Ossie Ardilles, another legendary footballer, the former England striker and all-time Premier League leading goalscorer, Alan Shearer was the latest to grace these scores."




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