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Tuesday, January 22, 2008
'Newcastle not the only club for me' - Shearer

Alan Shearer has admitted he could work for a football club other than Newcastle United, his hometown club.

Shearer and Kevin Keegan have spoken about working together as the new Newcastle boss attempts to lift the club from Sam Allardyce's brief but unsatisfactory stint.

But Shearer - who is currently in Africa as part of Sport Relief - has not ruled out a coaching role with another team.

He told The Sun: 'Why would I say that Newcastle will be the only club for me?

'Yes, they are my club and I love them but it doesn't mean I could never work for anyone else.'

Shearer continued: 'I couldn't see myself working at a League Two club.

'But you can never rule anything in or out for good and you can never predict what will happen next in football.

'This time last week we wouldn't have been discussing Kevin Keegan as Newcastle manager.'

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