Alan Shearer New Newcastle manager

April 1, 2009 | Filed Under: Blog, UK Box Update 
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alanshearer-legend He is back the legend returns Shearer is to take over as Newcastle United manager for the remaining eight games of the season as the club battle to avoid Premier League relegation.Alan shearer is a huge hit with the fans and this must be music to there ears as the legend returns. Newcastle, who have 29 points from 30 matches, host third-placed Chelsea in the Premier League on Saturday with eight games of the season left.Big question is can he do what he did on the pitch from the touchline we will see

 Off the pitch, Shearer has been deemed bland and boring. His deadbat television technique and taciturn PR skills are largely responsible for this tag. One magazine described him as having “all the personality of a suet pudding” while 2 infamous Newcastle directors, labelled him ‘Mary Poppins’. Former Blackburn team-mate Tim Flowers too has dubbed him ‘Mr Mogadon’ while another has commented that he kept Shearer’s season diary next to his bedside as it put him to sleep. Shearer was once challenged by team-mates to incorporate the title of an Abba song into an interview. So he answered a question with: “Yes, but the winner takes it all.” Is a now famous comment

 Mark Lawrenson who worked with Shearer at Newcastle says, “That’s Shearer. Put a microphone under his chin and a camera in front of him and he switches off. But I can tell you now that he has got one of the most outstanding personalities in football.”

Shearer  who hit  206 goals in 404 appearances during a 10-year playing stint at Newcastle to earn legendary status on Tyneside after joining for a record £15m fee from Blackburn. see his best video moments here and we  was right about him being a manager soon

The BBC:

“I’m definitely only here for eight weeks and that’s all I’m concentrating on.

“I enjoyed doing what I was doing with the BBC and I’m looking forward to doing it again next season.

“I know what I’m doing next season. I’m here (Newcastle) for eight games only.”

But that doesn’t mean he isn’t at least looking for the offer to return on a permanent basis:

“My aim is to be offered the job at the end of the season because if I am that means I would have kept Newcastle in the Premier League.”

We have a feeling he will sign a new contract for next season if they stay up there fans love him as much as mighty kev

 

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