The former England international and New Castle legend Alan Shearer feels that there's no loyalty in football anymore.
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The New Castle legend Alan Shearer is currently in India to attend a football and business conference, as the UK Department for International Trade is all set to organize the football and business conference together with India on Track on March 2nd and 3rd in Mumbai.
Where the holder of the EPL's goal scoring record (260 goals), Alan Shearer expressed that there's no loyalty in football anymore.
As the ex-Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United star said here on Friday,
"The amount spent in recent times is incredible and you can never ever justify the amount of money spent to acquire players,"
"Football is just a business, that's the way you have to look at it. There is very little loyalty in football, whether from players, from managers or from owners of football clubs. Loyalty and football don't go along (together),"