Stuart Pearce

Stuart Pearce gives Declan Rice the edge over Roy Keane

Declan Rice has continued to push on with his form this season, to the point that Stuart Pearce is giving him some seriously high praise. Speaking after his excellent performance away against Aston Villa on Sunday evening, which was capped off with a fine goal from outside the box, Pearce said that Rice is expected to be the best player on the pitch in every game he plays.
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Nottingham Forest legend Stuart Pearce stars in The Stranglers’ new video

Nottingham Forest football legend Stuart Peace has appeared in The Stranglers new video – check it out below. The video for the track, ‘This Song’ arrived earlier this week and is taken from the band’s upcoming new album, ‘Dark Matters’. Pearce, a long-time fan of the band who has seen...

Why I ❤️ punk rock, by football legend Stuart Pearce

Anyone with a keen interest in punk rock and football knows about Stuart Pearce. The former England star and current first-team coach at West Ham United is one of The Stranglers' biggest fans - he's seen the band live over 300 times and stars in their video for This Song - and introduced The Sex Pistols onstage when they returned to action at Finsbury Park in 1996.

England football legend Stuart Pearce stars in The Stranglers' video for This Song

Punk icons The Stranglers have launched a video for their new single, This Song. Taken from the band's upcoming album Dark Matters, it stars former Nottingham Forest, Manchester City and England footballer and famed punk rock fan Stuart Pearce. In the video, Pearce - who introduced the Sex Pistols onstage...

Stuart Pearce confirms West Ham's interest in signing Jesse Lingard

West Ham assistant manager Stuart Pearce has confirmed that the club remain keen to get a deal for Manchester United's Jesse Lingard over the line. Lingard was an instant hit at West Ham after joining on loan for the second half of the season, racking up nine goals and five assists in 16 appearances and nearly earning himself a spot in the England squad for Euro 2020 as a result.

Stuart Pearce backs England to go all the way at Euro 2020

England legend Stuart Pearce says Gareth Southgate’s team are capable of winning Euro 2020 and will at least reach the final.The Three Lions will play Denmark in their semi-final on Wednesday after overcoming old rivals Germany 2-0 in the last 16 and demolishing Ukraine 4-0 in the quarter-finals.Pearce has experience of major tournaments after featuring for England, most famously during Euro 96, and he said he believes the current squad are better than the one in place 25 years ago.Pearce told The Sun: “They have the same fire and will to win we had back in ’96 — but...
The Guardian

The Euro 2020 Fiver: smearing oneself in the scent of Stuart Pearce

It’s England v Germany! In the Euros! At Wembley! Bloody hell! It’s going to be a thriller, isn’t it?! Well, um, let’s not get our hopes up too much, eh? With EN 2020 using up its quota of Madcap Drama Chips on Manic Monday there’s a feeling of late-90s indie plodders Embrace following Led Zeppelin on to the main stage at Glastonbury about this one. Not that it isn’t massive but England have yet to play one decent guitar solo in 270 minutes of football and Germany collectively picked their nose for 66 minutes against Hungary last time out before realising they were going to miss the bus to the last 16 if they didn’t shift das Hinterteil quick-style.
The Independent

Stuart Pearce pitching in to help non-league Hornchurch achieve Wembley dream

Stuart Pearce’s West Ham United may be battling for European qualification but they are not the only club in East London punching above their weight. Just over four miles from the Hammers training ground at Rush Green – the base for Pearce’s day job as a first-team coach – seventh-tier Hornchurch are dreaming of capping a fairy-tale FA Trophy run with silverware at Wembley.