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    Wednesday Rant: A Ridiculous Talk About Toon Relegation Threat

    It seems that the press disagree to what Alan Shearer has saying about Newcastle United is too good to go down and accused him of tempting the fate, what fate???

    Times online has giving example from as long as fifteen years ago while Nottingham Forest were also been said as a team which is too good to go down. The fact that Brian Clough’s final season is ending in relegation for Forest doesn't have any …

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    Shearer and Kevin Keegan, Another Past and Presents

    King Kev is a good and nice man but he has found the job is difficult, more difficult for anyone regardless of history or experience or in Shearer’s case inexperience.

    I think Keegan is looking like yesterday’s man at present and he hasn’t had a chance to breath, we are relegation bad. He came in and it’s nice to have a popular person in charge, a person who wouldn’t harm our club for personal gain …

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    Shearer Speaks: I Have Not Snubbed Anyone

    Keegan and Shearer have spoken in couple occasions about the possibility for the Toon's record goalscorer to get involved in a role at the club as Keegan's staff. And after their last conversation, Shearer said that he will not be joining Kevin Keegan's backroom team at Newcastle United.

    imageHis decision to pull out himself was for the best of the club and Shearer insists that he is not snubbed anyone or anything with that.

    “I …

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    Shearer Turns His Sight To Southampton?

    After the news about he is being rejected by Kevin Keegan as the United number two, there's new rumour about he was one of the bookers favorite as the new manager of Southampton to succeed George Burley.

    imageGlenn Hoddle is also mentioned as the other candidate to manage the Football League Championship Division club. The Saints were relegated from the Premiership in 15 May 2005, following a 2-1 home defeat to Manchester United, that ends …

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    Kevin Keegan Says No To Alan Shearer

    BBC report reveals today that Newcastle manager Kevin Keegan has confirmed that Alan Shearer will not be his assistant – but insists he could still have a role with the club.

    I have personally thought that the posibility of Big Al as King Kev assistant was as thin as skin couple days ago, and it comes to even worst when Shearer's told the Sun couple days ago that he didn't see Newcastle as the only …