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  1. Edward Paul Sheringham, MBE (born 2 April 1966) is an English football manager and former player. He played as a forward, mostly as a second striker, in a 24-year professional career. Sheringham began his career at Millwall, where he scored 111 goals between 1983 and 1991, and is the club's second all-time leading scorer.

  2. Teddy Sheringham. Edward Paul Sheringham (Highams Park, Inglaterra, 2 de abril de 1966 ), más conocido como Teddy Sheringham, es un exfutbolista inglés. Jugaba de delantero centro.

  3. 1 de jul. de 2008 · Nombre en país de origen: Edward Paul Sheringham Fecha de nacimiento: 02/04/1966 Lugar de nacimiento: London Edad: 57 Altura: indeterminado Nacionalidad: Inglaterra Posición: Delantero - Delantero centro Pie: indeterminado Club actual: Retirado Fichado: 01/07/2008 Contrato hasta: -. Otros datos.

  4. 1 de jul. de 2008 · Name in home country: Edward Paul Sheringham Date of birth: Apr 2, 1966 Place of birth: London Age: 57 Height: N/A Citizenship: England Position: Attack - Centre-Forward Foot: N/A Current club: Retired Joined: Jul 1, 2008 Contract expires: -. Further information. Teddy Sheringham is the father of Charlie Sheringham ( Dartford FC ).

  5. 2017–2018. ATK. * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. Teddy Sheringham (born 2 April 1966) is an English professional footballer turned manager. [1] He is best known as an association football player. He has played for England national team.

  6. Hall of Fame Hall of Fame 2022 nominee: Teddy Sheringham. Teddy: My story of the Treble climax. Flashback: Sheringham's stunner for Forest. OTD - 2 April. Video Classic match: Flo spares Chelsea in six-goal thriller. Home and Away: Joe Cole. My favourite match: Phil Neville. Statistics Made for each other: The most prolific partners.

  7. 14 de jul. de 2004 · Born in Highams Park and having played for Leytonstone & Ilford as a youngster, Sheringham grew up a West Ham United supporter. The forward who would make 51 England appearances and win three Premier League titles was inspired by the Hammers of the 1970s and 1980s.