Kevin Keegan, recently appointed Newcastle manager and comeback kid, has delved deeper in to his comeback by announcing that he will become the face of fast food restaurant chain McDonalds.
The new advert to be shown on television from 3 February will show Keegan walking in to a McDonalds, pointing and aggressively saying 'I'm lovin it', while ordering a double cheese burger and McFlurry ice cream.
Keegan, infamously, shouted live on TV, that he would 'LOVE IT!' if Manchester United slipped up to give Newcastle the chance of winning the league 11 years ago.
Meanwhile, Keegan has admitted that he hasn't followed football since he quit as Manchester City manager in May 2005.
"Jose Mourinho has really let himself go over the past few months at Chelsea" said Keegan at a press conference yesterday.
Also, while talking about his stint as England manager, Keegan admitted he "wasn't the right man for the job" and "regretted every bit of it".
"At least they didn't make mistakes after me. It would take someone utterly terrible not to get those lads to a tournament. I would have a manager like that shot at dawn. Anyway, how's McClaren doing..."