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Top facts about Teddy Sheringham, the record-breaker.

Tue 20 July 2021 | 19:29

There are a few people who don’t know about Teddy Sheringham or haven’t seen a single one of his matches. Either way we have prepared an article for you about top facts about Teddy Sheringham, the record-breaker which will take you to late 1900s, when this star started to shine.

Edward Paul Sheringham, MBE is a former player and manager of the English football team. Sheringham had a 24-year playing career as a forward, mainly as a second striker.

Sheringham started his career at Millwall, where he scored 111 goals between 1983 and 1991, making him the club's second-highest goal scorer. He left to join

Nottingham Forest

in 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 cups, 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. He reached the peak of his career in the 1999 UEFA Champions League Final against Bayern Munich, where he equalized and assisted on Manchester United's winning goal. Both goals came in injury time of the second half.

Sheringham re-joined 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 a season at Portsmouth which was recently promoted back then, where he scored the club's first

Premier League

goal, before joining West Ham United and helping the club win promotion from the Football League Championship in 2004–05. The next season, Sheringham played in the 2006 FA Cup Final for West Ham, becoming the third-oldest player to do so.

This was just the introduction, now guess how many top facts about Teddy Sheringham we were able to find.

An exclusive article of top facts about Teddy Sheringham, the record-breaker

With 146 goals, Sheringham is the eleventh-highest goal scorer in Premier history, as well as the competition's 19th-highest appearance holder.

He is the oldest player to feature in a Premier League match (40 years, 272 days) as well as the oldest player to score in a Premier League match (40 years, 268days). Sheringham and Clive Allen were inducted into the

Tottenham Hotspur

Hall of Fame on 8 May 2008.

If you think that’s all he has done throughout his life you are wrong. To prove that you are wrong let’s get to the details.

Teddy Sheringham information

In this part of the top facts about Teddy Sheringham, we have listed some of his most basic information, so you will get familiar with his statistics as well as his football information. We have prepared this section just to remind you of who Teddy was.

Personal information

  • Full name:

    Edward Paul Sheringham

  • Date of birth:

    2 April 1966

  • Age:

    55

  • Star Sign:

    Aries

  • Star sign features:

    Passionate, motivated, and confident

  • Nationality:

    English

  • Place of birth:

    Highams Park, London, England

  • Marital status:

    Married

  • Religion:

    Christianity

Football information

  • Position:

    Striker

  • Last team: ATK

  • Total appearances:

    807 

  • Club appearances:

    755 

  • National appearances:

    52 caps

  • Total goals:

    299 goals

Physical stats and appearance

  • Height:

    1.85m

  • Weight:

    78 kg

  • Hair color:

    Blonde

  • Skin color:

    White

  • Facial hair:

    Clean

Now that you have been provided with the most necessary information about Teddy Sheringham, we can easily proceed to the next parts of the

top facts about Teddy Sheringham

.

Teddy Sheringham Transfermarkt

In this section of top facts about Teddy Sheringham, we would analyze his Trasnfermarkt.com statistics and information in 2 sections, his general information under the current heading and his market value and transfer history in the next subheading.

There are a few highlights on his profile page on the mentioned website such as his trophies and career statistics. First things first let us take a look at his achievements.

He became the one-time top goal scorer of the premier league. He brought glory to his team with 3 English championship awards. FA Cup trophy and champions league trophies are among his achievements.

His last position on the website is mentioned as the manager of

ATK

.

He has received a total of 49 yellow cards and 2 red cards and he has 47 assists overall.

Teddy Sheringham market value and transfer history

He has a very vague market value graph on Transfermarkt.com as it seems that it only holds the records of a few months and it is locked on 500 thousand euros. However, his transfer history is much more accurate.

His first transfer which had a transfer fee was his move from

Millwall

to Nottingham Forest and the fee was 1.65 million euros. He received his second contract from Spurs with a fee of 3.15 million euros. His final contract which included a fee was his transfer to Manchester United with a fee of 5.30 million euros. After this, all of the moves were free transfers.

Teddy Sheringham club career

Sheringham debuted for Millwall at the age of 16 in 1982, after impressing a scout when playing for non-league side Leytonstone & Ilford in a youth team game against Millwall.

He was signed as an apprentice and scored his first goal for the club in just his second outing. He soon established himself as a first-choice pick at Millwall and formed a memorable partnership with Tony Cascarino in the late 1980s.

Sheringham, who was 25 at the time, was sold to Nottingham Forest for £2 million in July 1991 to play alongside Nigel Clough. He had a good season for Forest, helping them finish eighth in the First Division and reach the League Cup final. He later joined and played for Tottenham Hotspur for 5 years in 1992.

The 55-year-old agreed to join Manchester United for £3.5 million in June 1997. He was signed to fill the void left by the departure of

Eric Cantona

. Sheringham's four-year deal at Old Trafford expired at the end of the 2000–01 season.

As Sheringham's deal with Tottenham expired at the end of the 2002–03 season, the club agreed not to renew it, and he joined Portsmouth in their first season in the Premier League.

The mentioned player scored ten goals in 38 games for

Portsmouth

. Sheringham then moved down a division to West Ham United in the Football League Championship, where he was the division's third-highest goal scorer with 20 goals (21 overall) in one of his best seasons.

Sheringham joined Colchester United in July 2007 after being released by West Ham. He was assigned the number 8 jersey.

His career ended on a low note as Colchester was relegated from the Championship for the first time in 18 years at the conclusion of the 2007–08 season.

Teddy Sheringham relationships

Moving on to the next section of

top facts about Teddy Sheringham

, we are going to take a look at his relationships.

Teddy Sheringham, a football legend, married for the first time at the age of 50, to a PR worker two decades his junior. After dating for nearly ten years, the former England striker married Kristina Andriotis, 30, in a ceremony in Portugal in 2016.

The bride wore a flowing backless gown and the groom wore a dark suit with a silver tie for their wedding, which was attended by families and close friends.

He dated a number of younger ladies, including models Katie Price and Danielle Lloyd, and had a son with Denise Simms, who is now 28 years old. In 2007, the star married Miss Andriotis, a PR worker from Nottingham, and she moved into his Essex mansion two years later.

Camp Nou is the name of the couple's home, which is named after the Barcelona stadium, where Sheringham scored in the 1999 Champions League final.

They once adorned the house with a sign that read, 'An old rooster and a young chick live here,' in a humorous reference to their age difference. George, Sheringham, and Miss Andriotis' four-year-old boy, is 24 years younger than Charlie, the footballer's other son.

Teddy Sheringham children

Charles Edward William Sheringham (born 17 April 1988) is a striker for Dartford in the English Premier League. Teddy Sheringham, a former England forward, is his father.

The main subject of the top facts about Teddy Sheringham, Charles's father, was a Millwall player when he was born in Chingford, London. Sheringham followed in his father's footsteps by going through Millwall's academy system, but he then went on to Tottenham Hotspur, another of his father's former clubs.

Sheringham was offered a trial at

Bournemouth

after being released by "Spurs," but it was unsuccessful. On October 11, 2004, it was revealed that the 16-year-old striker had been given a trial by Ipswich Town of the Championship.

Teddy Sheringham in other fields

Sheringham worked as a roofer before dedicating his life to becoming a professional footballer. For a single day.

He told FourFourTwo magazine in 2017 that he worked on a construction site for a day when he was 16 years old to raise money. “In east London, close to where I lived, I assisted a friend who was a builder. I disliked waking up early, but I enjoyed the breakfast fry-up. I didn't like ripping my hands to shreds. He called the next day to inquire about my whereabouts. I told him I wasn't going to live another day.”

Fans of the Spurs who happened to catch the fourth episode of The Masked Singer were treated to a bizarre scene.

After losing a sing-off against someone dressed as an Octopus, Sheringham was discovered to be a performing tree. Teddy closed the show with an emotional rendition of Will Young's hit Evergreen after being unmasked.

Teddy Sheringham poker career

Sheringham has been a prominent player in the field of poker since he retired from professional football in 2008, competing in a variety of tournaments around the world.

In his career, he won more than USD 329,475.00 from poker live tournaments alone. Cash Games aren't even mentioned. His most recent tournament was on November 2, 2012, when he placed 6th in The Ritz Club Invitational Freeze-Out Tournament, London, in the £ 1,000 + 50 No-Limit Hold'em event.

Teddy Sheringham participated in a total of more than 13 live tournaments. He is ranked # 380 in England and # 6807 in the all-time money list for poker players. Winning more than USD 118,346.00 in a single poker tournament was his biggest cash case.

Teddy Sheringham injures Gordon Ramsay

Here’s an odd fact of

top facts about Teddy Sheringham

as he tackles the well-known Chef Gordon Ramsay in a charity match. It was meant to be a fun game to raise funds for charities, but Teddy Sheringham had evidently forgotten about it.

Former England striker Wayne Rooney took the Soccer Aid match at Old Trafford so seriously that one of his tackles resulted in opposition squad member Gordon Ramsay being carried off the field on a stretcher.

Sheringham was completely aware of Ramsay's injuries even after the tackle, patting him on the back while the chef laid in pain on the grass.

Teddy Sheringham net worth and salary

Let’s find out how much money he has in this part of the top facts about Teddy Sheringham. It is estimated that he currently has a net worth of 10 million dollars.

We don’t know whether he made much money from football or from playing poker. As you might know, poker is one of the riskiest games out there which pays well if you manage to win. Regarding his salary, there is no valid information available.

Teddy Sheringham quotes

Let’s take a look at the wisest words of this legend in this part of the top facts about Teddy Sheringham.

“I love going into the center of London because people don't give a monkey about you or who you are. You can be in a restaurant and no one notices you or if they do, they won't show it.” He clearly didn’t like cameras up in his face, that’s why he preferred a quiet diner to have his launch at or a city in which nobody would recognize him.

It’s easy to give up mentally and get frustrated by your own performance. But the key is to never give up. That’s what Teddy Sheringham did: “I remember my second game for England - we lost 2-0 to Norway, I was subbed and didn't do myself justice and I thought that was the end of my England career.”

“The only way I'd have gone as if it would better my career, I would not have gone just for the money. The point was to go to a club that could win trophies.” Teddy was not a selfless man but he was not a man of wealth either. He always craved for a better position in his career, not for the money but the chances that the position would offer him to develop his abilities.

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