Well talk and rumours are now rife that Shearer is in line for the City job.
I'm still not convinced - let's wait until a decision is made, but the media is now near certain old Al is going to be the new City manager.
I can't think what the logic is here. Sure, he's a legend, a known face, but his managerial experience is very limited, almost non-existent in fact apart for a short spell at Newcastle, when, certain he could save them from the drop, they were relegated.
Especially if he's going to have to rebuild a near derelict squad from scratch. I don't know, I just don't know.