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  • Sheringham had enjoyed a good career but he hadn't really won many medals, then the call came, late in his career to join Manchester United

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      Teddy Sheringham was a footballer who just seemed to ouse class when he played football. Having started his career at Millwall, he was transferred to Nottingham Forest and then Tottenham Hotspur and it was here that he started to get the real recognition that he deserved.

      At Tottenham he thrived and received England call ups as well where he formed a deadly partnership with Alan Shearer. Sheringham had enjoyed a good career but he hadn’t really won many medals, then


      the call came, late in his career to join Manchester United.

      M,any questioned the move, it had come completely out of the blue but Sir Alex Ferguson though that Sheringham could add the same style of quality that Eric Cantona brought to the side.

      At £3.5 million he appeared to be a bargain, but whilst he was playing well, he was struggling to hold down a regular place due to the success of the Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke partnership.


      • This didn’t appear to affect Sheringham, though, he was a confident cockney and took everything in his stride.

        The rocket was lifted on his Manchester United career though when at the climax of the 1999 Treble winning season, he netted the first goal in the FA Cup Final and the late equaliser to turn the tide in the European Cup Final.

        Sheringham had gone from bit part player to Manchester United legend and he went on to win all the trophies

        he desired with Manchester United. His time at United was blighted by the fact that he didn’t seem to get on with Andy Cole, but on the pitch they remained a great partnership.

        Several years on Sheringham returned to Spurs, with a big smile and a pocket full of medals. Great player who got his rewards late in his career. He continued to play football until he was 38 becoming the oldest player to score in the Premier League.



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