Lineker


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Lineker

(ˈlɪnɪkə)
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(Biography) Gary (Winston). born 1960, English footballer and TV presenter: a striker, he scored 48 goals in 80 matches for England (1984–92); his clubs included Leicester City, Everton, Barcelona, and Tottenham Hotspur
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Britain Football Soccer - London Football Awards 2017 - Battersea Evolution - 2/3/17 Gary Lineker during the London Football Awards 2017 Action Images via Reuters / John Sibley Livepic EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
Photo courtesy: social media) LONDON: Ex-England footballer and BBC sports presenter Gary Lineker has drawn support and criticism after retweeting a video showing Palestinian boys and teens being dragged away and caged by Israeli soldiers.
FOOTIE pundit Gary Lineker is on the defensive after being named in the Paradise Papers scandal - days after claiming he would not be.
MATCH of the Day presenter Gary Lineker admitted he had approached Walkers Crisps about pulling its advertising from The S*n.
Lineker said on Twitter: "The treatment by some towards these young refugees is hideously racist and utterly heartless.
RACK your brains, readers of a certain age, and try to recall anything controversial uttered by Gary Lineker when he was a player.
GARY Lineker says England may have had so much passion at Euro 2016 they just got "too tense and nervous.
GARY Lineker believes Wayne Rooney is among the "very best" players to have played for England as the striker closes in on the national team's all-time scoring record.
GARY LINEKER believes the ban on English clubs from European competition in the 1980s may have cost him the chance of a trophy-laden career with the Blues.
GARY Lineker has backed Roy Hodgson's decision to appoint Wayne Rooney as the new England new captain.
With just two days to go before Thursday's Opening Ceremony, Gary Lineker tries to discover just how the host nations reinvented their adopted sport, filling it with exuberance, spectacle and the hint of samba rhythms.
London, Oct 25 ( ANI ): Ex-England striker Gary Lineker has claimed that pushy parents are damaging England's chances of developing international class football players.