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25 May 2009 07:22
Alan Shearer cast doubt on his Newcastle future as they slumped outof the Premier League in disarray with a 1-0 defeat at Aston Villa.
Should I stay or should I go? Shearer to decide on his future
A load of clap: Alan Shearer insists there are big problems at Newcastle
Distraught Alan Shearer named and shamed Mike Ashley, Kevin Keegan and even himself as Newcastle crashed out of the Premier League.
Also: Ricky Sbragia last night called time on his spell as Sunderland boss.
Sunderland 2 Chelsea 3: Black Cats delighted in defeat
Newcastle were relegated in a flood of tears yesterday - with Alan Shearer blaming a "million" problems for their demise.
Also: Sunderland beat the drop on Survival Sunday - moments before beleaguered boss Ricky Sbragia quit.
Alan Shearer branded Newcastle a mess after they were relegated yesterday and will decide this week if he can rescue them from their crisis.
Also: Gary Neville has been hauled out of the international wilderness and handed a surprise recall by England more than two years after his last appearance.
Neville's back - and so is Robinson - for World Cup clashes
Alan Shearer will tell Newcastle's money men to swing the axe and make massive changes to stop the relegated club doing a Leeds.
Also: Ricky Sbragia last night quit as Sunderland boss, paving the way for Niall Quinn to appoint a big-name replacement.
Alan Shearer last night admitted there are "huge problems" within Newcastle United and called for "big changes" to be made in the wake of yesterday's relegation to the Championship.
Alan Shearer warned last night that Newcastle United are in need of "a complete overhaul" after their relegation from the Barclays Premier League.
Alan Shearer last night refused to confirm whether he will start next season as manager of Newcastle.
Alan Shearer warned yesterday that Newcastle need a "complete overhaul" after their relegation from the Premier League if they are not to suffer the same drastic fate that befell Leeds United.