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Teddy Sheringham joins Indian Super League as coach of Kolkata

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New Delhi (AFP) – Former England and Manchester United striker Teddy Sheringham has joined Indian Super League champions Atletico de Kolkata as head coach for the new season.

Sheringham, who made 51 England appearances between 1993 and 2002, joins another United hero Steve Coppell as a coach in India.

Teddy Sheringham joins Indian Super League as coach of Kolkata

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New Delhi (AFP) – Former England and Manchester United striker Teddy Sheringham has joined Indian Super League champions Atletico de Kolkata as head coach for the new season.

Sheringham, who made 51 England appearances between 1993 and 2002, joins another United hero Steve Coppell as a coach in India.

Teddy Sheringham suggests Harry Kane should move to Man Utd if chance arises

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Former Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United striker Teddy Sheringham says Harry Kane should move between the two clubs if the opportunity arises....

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GNev becomes 29th former Fergie player to become a manager

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Gary Neville has become 29th former Manchester United player to play for Sir Alex Ferguson to become a manager.

Viv Anderson, Michael Appleton, Henning Berg, Clayton Blackmore, Laurent Blanc, Steve Bruce, Chris Casper, Peter Davenport, Simon Davies, Darren Ferguson, Ryan Giggs, David Healy, Gabriel Heinze, Mark Hughes, Paul Ince, Andrei Kanchelskis, Roy Keane, Henrik Larsson, Gary Neville, Paul Parker, Mike Phelan, Bryan Robson, Mark Robins, Teddy Sheringham, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Frank Stapleton, Gordon Strachan, Chris Turner, Neil Webb.

Spurs star Harry Kane right to ignore Man Utd, says Teddy Sheringham

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Tottenham star Harry Kane is right to ignore the advances of Manchester United and stay with the north Londoners, says Teddy Sheringham. The Spurs...

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Robson: Robin van Persie Can Follow Footsteps of United’s CL Winning Star

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Robson: Robin van Persie Can Follow Footsteps of United's CL Winning Star - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Robin van Persie should follow the footsteps of Teddy Sheringham in order to have a prolonged career, according to Manchester United legend Bryan Robson.

The striker will turn 31 later this August and has set his eyes on extending his career at top flight football till late 30′s.

40 not out, Giggsy hungry for more

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Ryan Giggs might turn 40 today, but the United legend shows no signs of being in a rush of hanging up his boots, nor has his appetite for success been satisfied by the unprecedented amount of trophies he's collected during his career.

Should he play on Sunday against Spurs, Giggsy would become only the seventh player in history to take part in a Premier League match after turning 40 -Kevin ­Phillips, Teddy Sheringham, Gordon Strachan, Brad Friedel, Mark Schwarzer and Mike Pollitt did it before him and after his vintage performance against Bayer Leverkusen, few would bet against him being involved again.

Footballers That Play Poker

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Pro-footballers are a special breed. They dedicate their lives to the sport. Every day ensuring they're in peak physical condition, training every day and focussing on beating their next opponents, so come the weekend, they are ready for the thrill of delivering in front of thousands and thousands of adoring fans.

Ridiculous – Former Man Utd star reckons Steven Gerrard to play at Right Back!

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Ridiculous Former Man Utd star reckons Steven Gerrard to play at Right Back! - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Shebby Singh, before becoming the Global Adviser of Blackburn Rovers, in a talk-show for ESPN Asia once said that "Gerrard should play at Right back." In fact, he has written a piece about it in 90 minutes magazine, explaining in details why Gerrard should be deployed at right-back and not at central midfield.

Spurs legend Teddy Sheringham: ‘Play Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard at right-back vs Poland’

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Teddy Sheringham thinks England captain Steven Gerrard should be deployed at right-back in tomorrow night's must-win World Cup qualifier against Poland. First-choice Kyle Walker is suspended after picking up a yellow card against Montenegro on Friday night. Manchester United pair Chris Smalling and Phil Jones are the favourites to replace him, but former Tottenham and [.

Treble winner questions United’s signing

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Former Manchester United striker Teddy Sheringham has questioned David Moyes' decision to sign Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini, suggesting that Premier League rivals Arsenal signed the more impressive target in Mesut Ozil. Hours before United completed the signing of Fellaini, Arsene Wenger's Arsenal announced the transfer coup of£42.

Manchester United’s Champions League finals

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Another Champions League season group stage gets underway this evening. Premier League champions Manchester United are at home to Bayer Leverkusen. The German side beat United in the 2002 Champions League semi-final, and David Moyes will be hoping they don't cause any such problems as he attempts to make his first Champions League campaign a [.

Liverpool tried to sign Gabriel Batistuta

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Former Liverpool manager Roy Evans has revealed he tried to bring legendary Argentinian striker Gabriel Batistuta to the club. Evans had hoped to pair 'Batigol' with Reds legend Robbie Fowler in the mid-1990s, but the deal never materialised. As it happened, Batistuta remained in Italy with Fiorentina, for whom he scored 168 goals in 269 [.

Man Utd Legends Robson, Sharpe, Irwin And…Silvestre Reunite To Take On Real Madrid Old Boys At Old Trafford (Video)

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By Chris Wright

If you'll excuse the slightly tenuous use of the word "legend" for a moment, a squad full of Manchester United old boys are currently whipping themselves into shape to take on a selection of equally venerable ex-Real Madrid players in aid of charity at Old Trafford on 2nd June.

‘It Could Be Brilliant’ – Sir Alex Hints Usain Bolt Could Make Man Utd Debut Against Real Madrid

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By Chris Wright

It would seem that, if you have designs on turning out for Manchester United, then persistence is key.

After spending the last few years relentlessly pestering Sir Alex Ferguson, badgering him for a kick-about, it now appears that the United overlord has buckled and is seriously considering allowing Usain Bolt to represent the club in a friendly against the Real Madrid Legends pencilled in for next summer.

The legends try out the spotlight for charity The Euros are fast...

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The legends try out the spotlight for charity

The Euros are fast approaching, and football's getting serious; though there's still fun to be had. Real Madrid took on Manchester United in the Corazon Classic match, with club legends (and Dion Dublin) lining up for both sides. Keep an eye out for Zinedine Zidane, Fernando Morientes, Teddy Sheringham, Roberto Carlos, Andy Cole, Luis Figo, Dwight Yorke and Edwin van der Sar.

Man City win Premier League title with injury time goals to see off Man Utd at the death

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Someone asked me today if I had ever seen a day like this in my 45 years of watching football across the world, and after thinking for a few seconds, I had to admit that I had. I have to go back to that night at The Nou Camp in 1999 when Man Utd came back from 1-0 down in the last 3 minutes of injury time to beat Bayern Munich 2-1 and grab the Champions League title with goals from Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunner Soljskaer.

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On This Day In 1993: Tottenham Take All Three Points At Highbury To Finish Ahead Of Arsenal (Video)

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The annual race betweenTottenhamand Arsenal to finish on top of one another has been fairly one-sided of late, though at the tail end of the 1992/93 season, Spurs found themselves needing just one solitary point to end up abovetheir beloved neighbours in the Premier League's inaugural campaign.

Video: Serbia U17s perfect the triple dummy corner routine

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Serbia U17 scored a joyous goal in their match against Moldova yesterday. Straight off the training ground... and their training ground is obviously pretty good fun. A corner was passed to a player lurking in the old Teddy Sheringham position, only for him to step over the ball. A team-mate behind him repeated the dummy.

Massively Obese Portuguese Comedian Takes To Pitch With Figo, Ronaldo, Davids, Etc For Charity Match (Video)

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By Chris Wright

There was a charity game held over in Portugal last night, which saw a Benfica XI take on a team consisting of Luis Figo and his buddies one of which was a chap by the name of Fernando Mendes, the human meatball currently tasked with presenting the Portuguese version of 'The Price Is Right'.

Gordon Ramsay Taken Out Soccer Aid 2012

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Chef Gordon Ramsay, was given oxygen on the pitch, stretchered from the field of play and then taken to hospital after he was clattered from behind by former England international Teddy Sheringham In today's Soccer Aid 2012 Charity Match.

Retro Football: Boris Johnson’s Headfirst Charity Spear Tackle On Maurizio Gaudino, 2006 (Video)

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By Chris Wright

After watching Teddy Sheringham's majestic chop-block tackle on Gordon Ramsey (who left the field being given oxygen on a spinal board) during the Soccer Aid charity game last night, one moment immediately came to mind the day that Tory fop Boris Johnson committed a grevious act upon former Germany international Maurizio Gaudino's person during a Legend's match back in 2006.

England Win Again In Surreal Celeb Soccer Aid Malarkay At Old Trafford (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Celebrities from A-List to Z-List were crammed into the hallowed stands of Old Trafford like superstar sardines on Sunday night as the well-meaning yet quite bizarre Soccer Aid came to town.

England, captained by Robbie Williams' full-time professional mate, Jonathan Wilkes, could call upon the likes of Teddy Sheringham, Graeme Le Saux, Paddy McGuinness and a few chaps from JLS.

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Rio Ferdinand returns to football… at West Ham

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Rio Ferdinand has put on his football boots again to play for West Ham in Mark Noble's testimonial. The current West Ham team faced a team of former players, including Teddy Sheringham, Anton Ferdinand and Paolo Di Canio.


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Alex Ferguson wants Usain Bolt to play in charity match between Man Utd and Real Madrid legends

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For years now, Usain Bolt has been angling for a chance to play for Manchester United and now he might have his chance -- in a charity match and not with the club's first team.

Bolt first wrote in his 2010 autobiography that if he played football, he would like to do it for his favorite club, Man United.

Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham legend Teddy Sheringham goes to Stevenage in disguise after sacking

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Former Stevenage manager Teddy Sheringham has revealed he attended the club's next game after his sacking in disguise. The Tottenham Hotspur...

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JD’s parting legacy?

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In scoring our second goal in the win over Fulham yesterday, Jermain Defoe moved into the top ten of Tottenham's all time goal scorers with 118 goals in his two spells at the club.

"Great to hear that I've become one of Spurs' top 10 goalscorers of all time brilliant support today knew I'd score if given the chance," JD said on his Twitter feed.

English Premier League

Football Crazy, Ladies Skirts Mad?! Football’s Alternative Hobbies

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Nothing quite counters the pressures of work than a game of football. Whether that be a game after leaving the office with friends, or a trip to a match on a Saturday afternoon, it provides the perfect release. But what happens when football is your livelihood?

Well you might be quite surprised.

West Ham United Hire Former Player Teddy Sheringham As Attacking Coach

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West Ham United have hired Teddy Sheringham as attacking coach to work on Sam Allardyce's coaching staff at the Boleyn Ground in east London.

The hiring of Sheringham serves two purposes. First, it placates the West Ham United supporters who have grown tired of Allardyce's style of football, which they consider not the "West Ham United Way.

Nominees Announced For 2014 PFA Player of the Year Award

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The nominees have been announced for the PFA Player of the Year award. Out of the six nominees for PFA Player of the Year, three of them are Liverpool footballers (Steven Gerrard, Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez). The Anfield club also got the most number of players nominated for PFA Young Player of the Year with two footballers named (Raheem Sterling and Daniel Sturridge).

Do Players Need To Like Each Other?

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Bear with me... this is, indeed, a Post about the current Arsenal team (it will get there eventually).

Way back in the early 1990s an ex Arsenal lad who had moved to pastures new was tearing up the Premier League, scoring goals for fun.

I refer to one Andrew Cole, who had two great seasons at Newcastle from 1993 to 1995.

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Five Footballers Who Love To Play Poker

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Five Footballers Who Love To Play Poker - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Football and poker may well require different skill-sets, but some attributes are needed for both; calmness under pressure, a steady eye and a calculated approach. Whether footballers are picking up poker tips from their dressing room card games or playing on bwin.

Professional Footballers Turned Poker Players

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Football, like many sports, is a game of adrenaline. It makes sense, therefore, that many of its players seem to be risk-takers who enjoy high-octane thrills. This could explain why so many footballers have turned to gambling, sometimes during their careers to let off a bit of steam, and in other cases taking on a second career in gambling after they retire.

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Hurricane Jamie?

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After reading Kuber'spost, I was wondering what the English starting pair of strikers would be. For the first time after the 2002 World Cup (Michael Owen, Teddy Sheringham, Robbie Fowler), England finally has a wide variety of top-class forwards. Based on their tactics in the qualifying and friendly games in the last two years, they.

Teddy Sheringham Turned Up To Watch Stevenage In Disguise After Being Sacked As Manager

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*Artist's impression

Like a spurned lover secretly watching his ex-wife eat lunch with a work friendfrom a van parked across the street, Teddy Sheringham has admitted that he found his recent break-up with Stevenage a little hard to take at first.

Sheringham was relived of his duties on the first day of February after just eight months in charge at the League Two sidehavingmanaged just seven wins in his previous 33 games as head coach.

STATS: Welbeck’s England goals compared with other top strikers

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Danny Welbeck scored another two goals for England this week, making that eight goals in total, but how does this compare with some well known English strikers?

Gary Lineker 48 (80) 0.6 goals per game.
Wayne Rooney 36 (84) 0.43 goals per game.
Alan Shearer 30 (63) 0.48 goals per game.

POTD : This Wigan Fan Has No Reason To Be Sad – They’re In The FA Cup Final!

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Now now, there's no reason for this Wigan fan to feel under the weather! After a 2-0 win over Millwall earlier today, Wigan made club history by progressing to their first FA Cup Final ever thanks to goals from Shaun Maloney and Callum ­McManaman. Sure, club legend Teddy Sheringham had been gunning for a Millwall victory all week, but Wigan displayed incredible poise and class to advance to the finals.

West Brom 0-1 Spurs: Man-Love For Holtby

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Has the good ship Hotspur ever enjoyed such a serene voyage? From the moment that angry lad spat and walked this eased into an absolute stroll – one-way traffic throughout the second half, and even though the lead was but one goal there was none of the usual frenzied panic that accompanies the final five minutes.

Shottus Quietus AGMus Maximus

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My old mum used to say "If you haven't got anything nice to say, don't say it at all." (That's totally untrue. When I was 14 we were at a North London derby together and she nudged me, nodded towards Teddy Sheringham and said, "It's ok. You can call him a wanker.") It's very difficult to find anything nice to say about two games in which we haven't created a chance of note.

Gordon Ramsay taken off on stretcher after getting flattened in Soccer Aid match

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The biennial Soccer Aid match benefiting UNICEF was once again held at Old Trafford on Sunday pitted, pitting England against the Rest of the World. As usual, both teams were comprised of a mix of celebrities and football legends, but this year one of those celebrities probably regretted stepping on the pitch with one of those legends.