Alan Smith (born 28 October 1980) is an English football player. He has played centre-forward for most of his career. He formerly played for Leeds United and now plays for Manchester United.
Alan Smith (born 1963) is a continuity announcer on BBC Radio 4. He was born in Scotland but moved to Cumbria at an early age. After presenting in local radio, he joined Radio 4 in 2002.
Alan Christopher Smith (born October 25, 1936 in Hall Green, Birmingham, Warwickshire) is a former England Test cricketer.
Alan Smith was an English football manager who began his coaching career as Steve Coppell's assistant at Crystal Palace. When Palace suffered relegation from the Premiership in 1993, Coppell resigned and Smith moved up to the manager's seat. Smith achieved instant success at Selhurst Park, as his side won the Division One championship, but 1994-95 was a difficult season in which the club's survival chances were sabotaged by a shortage of goals.
Alan Edward Smith, All Black lock, was born on December 10, 1942, in Stratford, New Zealand. He was born into a farming family in Douglas, a small settlement east of Stratford, and received his secondary education at Stratford Technical College.
Alan Smith (born 1950, in Middlesbrough) is a former English footballer turned physiotherapist. He is currently the physio at Aston Villa.