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03rd Nov 2015

Teddy Sheringham is coming out of retirement…aged 49

Never too old...

Ben Kenyon

Once a legend, always a legend.

It doesn’t matter how old you are, surely the old magic never leaves you?

We’re about to find out as 49-year-old Manchester United, Spurs and England hero Teddy Sheringham has announced he is coming out of retirement.

Sheringham is ready to lace up his boots once more, this time for Stevenage Borough where he is currently manager.

He announced he was dusting the boots off and registering to play just in time for Stevenage’s upcoming Herts Senior Challenge Cup match against Welwyn Garden City on Wednesday.

He scored bags goals in a glittering career which included Premier League, FA Cup and Champions league medals.

Despite being on the verge of turning 50, we know all too well that the man can still find the net as well as he ever could.