Sheringham, Teddy Edward Paul Sheringham MBE is a former player and manager in the English football team. In the Indian Super League, he most recently managed ATK. Sheringham began his career at Millwall, where he scored 111 goals and is the club’s second all-time leading scorer. He has a $10 million dollar net worth.
Teddy Sheringham Biography
Edward Paul Sheringham MBE is an English football manager and former player who was born on April 2, 1966. In the Indian Super League, he most recently managed ATK.
Sheringham had a 24-year professional career as a forward, mostly as a second striker.
Sheringham began his career at Millwall, where he scored 111 goals and is the club’s second all-time leading scorer. He moved to Nottingham Forest of the First Division. Sheringham scored Forest’s first Premiership goal a year later and was signed by Tottenham Hotspur. Sheringham joined Manchester United after five seasons at Spurs, winning three Premiership titles, one FA Cup, one UEFA Champions League, an Intercontinental Cup, and an FA Charity Shield. He won both the PFA Players’ Player of the Year and the FWA Footballer of the Year awards in 2001.
His career reached its pinnacle when he scored the equaliser and assisted on Manchester United’s winning goal against Bayern Munich in the 1999 UEFA Champions League Final.
Sheringham returned to Tottenham Hotspur after leaving Manchester United at the end of the 2000–01 season, where he was a losing finalist in the 2001–02 Football League Cup. He spent one season with newly promoted Portsmouth, where he scored the club’s first Premier League goal, before joining West Ham United and helping the club gain promotion from the Football League Championship in 2004–05. The following season, Sheringham appeared in the 2006 FA Cup Final for West Ham, becoming the third-oldest player to do so.
With 147 goals, Sheringham is the tenth-highest goalscorer in Premiership history, as well as the competition’s 19th-highest appearance maker.
He is the oldest outfield player in Premier League history (40 years, 272 days) and the oldest player to score in a Premier League match (40 years, 272 days) (40 years, 268 days).