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Alan Smith – born 21 November 1962 – is a former professional footballer who played as a striker.

He currently serves as a pundit and co-commentator on Sky Sports’ football coverage.

Smith played for Leicester City before joining Arsenal where he won two Golden Boots. He also was capped a sum of thirteen times for England.

In June 2011, EA Sports announced that Smith would replace Andy Gray as Martin Tyler’s partner in commentating in FIFA 12. This partnership continued from FIFA 13 – FIFA 18.

Watch as Copa90 goes behind the scenes to speak to Sky Sports football commentators Martin Tyler and Alan Smith about recording the match commentary for the upcoming FIFA 16 for EA Sports.

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