Old Trafford & Teddy Sheringham

Old Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 75,811, Old Trafford is the second-largest football stadium in England after Wembley, the third-largest in the United Kingdom and the eleventh-largest in Europe. The stadium is approximately from Old Trafford Cricket Ground and the adjacent tram station. Edward Paul Teddy Sheringham MBE (born 2 April 1966) is a retired English footballer, and the father of footballer Charlie Sheringham. 5.0/5

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Man Utd 3 Coventry City 0. August 1997. Teddy Sheringham beats Dion Dublin in the air at Old Trafford
amazing scenes at Old Trafford as we see Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer coming off the bench for United. Dreams.
A Clarence Seedorf hat-trick inspired Jose Mourinho’s Rest of the World team to a 4-2 win over England at Old Trafford in Soccer Aid 2014. The Dutch midfielder was impressive throughout the bi-annual charity game and opened the scoring with a blinding effort into the roof of the net just after half-time. Nicky Byrne made it 2-0 with another excellent finish, before England came back to level proceedings. Seedorf then curled home a deflected effort four minutes from time before completing his treble in added-on time to seal a 4-2 victory. The game raised £4.2million for UNICEF. United legends Edwin Van Der Sar and Jaap Stam started for the Rest of the World, but Treble winner Teddy Sheringham sadly had to pull out for England through injury. There was a smattering of United fans on the Old Trafford pitch, too, with former Westlife star Byrne, comedian Patrick Kielty and X Factor’s Olly Murs all involved. The latter looked lively from the start and brought the first save of the game after just four min ...
Former Red striker Teddy Sheringham is excited to return to Old Trafford for Soccer Aid this weekend. "It's always fantastic to come back," he said. "It's an amazing feeling to have nearly 80,000 fans packed into the stadium and cheering you on."
A host of familiar faces from the world of football and entertainment, including some United legends, will take to the Old Trafford pitch next month, all in the name of charity. Fans attending the biennial Soccer Aid game on Sunday 8 June, in aid of UNICEF, will see an England side, featuring Treble-winner Teddy Sheringham and United season-ticket holder Olly Murs, take on Jose Mourinho's Rest of the World team, who have ex-Reds Jaap Stam and Edwin Van Der Sar in their squad. Current Soccer Aid champions England, led by singer and Soccer Aid co-creator Robbie Williams, are aiming to retain the trophy against Mourinho's men, who boast Alessandro Del Piero and Andriy Shevchenko among their number. For music, TV and film buffs, fans can see True Blood actor Stephen Moyer, Dr Who star Matt Smith and Avatar's Sam Worthington in action, while comedians Paddy Mcguinness, Jack Whitehall and John Bishop are also taking part. Robbie Williams has enlisted fellow Take That star Mark Owen, while Westlife's Nicky Byrne ...
David De Gea is confident that Manchester United can seal another famous victory over Bayern Munich after taking inspiration from their UEFA Champions League triumph 15 years ago.Injury-time goals from Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer secured a stunning 2-1 win at the Nou Camp in 1999as United became European champions and left Bayern shell-shocked.De Gea admits the memory of that night has stayed with him, saying in The Sun: "I was only eight at the time but I have seen it replayed a thousand times."It was unbelievable, almost something that could never be repeated, to turn the game on itshead in no time at all."You won't see many European Cups won in the fashion United did that night."United will once again do battle with Bayern on Wednesday night, and De Gea believes they can upset the odds to reach the semi-finals.Last week's first leg at Old Trafford finished in a 1-1 draw and the Spanish goalkeeper was delighted with the character United showed.De Gea added: "We have a chance over there. Th ...
Sheringham hails longevity of Manchester United veteran Giggs By Tom McKeown0 15 Jun 2013 17:30:00 The former Red Devils striker holds the record for being the oldest outfield player in the Premier League, but is backing the legendary No.11 to surpass him next season Former Manchester United striker Teddy Sheringham has backed Ryan Giggs to surpass his record as the oldest outfield player in Premier League history. Sheringham was 40 years and 270 days old when he last featured in the top flight, playing for West Ham in December 2006. Giggs, who recently penned a one-year extension at Old Trafford, would not break the record unless he continues into the 2014-15 season but the former Tottenham man is certain the Welshman can eclipse him. "Giggsy has still got a couple of years left in him,” he told Manchester United’s official website. "I think he would have to play another season on top of next year [to beat my record]. You have to be that build – I didn't carry a lot of fat when I was playing and he ...
TO ALL MY MUFC FRIENDS: Here. * Van Der Sar: "It was maybe a lesser season for Rooney and he didn't play the last couple of games but he's really important for United." * RvN: “The fans would love Rooney to stay, but it depends on the commitment. If he isn’t fully committed then it’s probably better to move.” * Teddy Sheringham: “I’d like to think Rooney will stay. When you finish playing for Manchester United it’s very hard to go anywhere better." * David Moyes first game at Old Trafford will be against Sevilla FC on 9th August for Rio Ferdinand's testimonial. * De Gea: “It'll be strange not to see Sir Alex on the bench or on the training ground. He is everything at Man Utd. He is Manchester United." * Bryan Robson: "I hope Rooney comes to his senses & sees that Man Utd is the best club for him. In my mind the grass is never greener." * RvP: "SAF has made such an impact on me that I couldn't see coming before I signed. He made it even more special than I thought it would be. We have a new ...
Legends ready for battle Manchester United's Legends are preparing to face their Real Madrid counterparts on Sunday at Old Trafford. The Red Heart United event features a concert headlined by JLS and a number of other family-based activities with the ticket-office windows open for sales and collections all day. 55,600 tickets have already been sold. United trail 3-2 from the first game at the Bernabeu last year with goalscorers Lee Sharpe and Teddy Sheringham again both on show. Coach Bryan Robson has been deprived of the services of Dion Dublin after he picked up a collarbone injury and Jesper Blomqvist has also been forced to withdraw. Paul Scholes is likely to be a central figure and he will come up against Zinedine Zidane, Steve Mcmanaman and Luis Figo in midfield. However, the visitors will be without Guti. Ruud Van Nistelrooy is scheduled to appear for both teams after representing the two clubs with great distinction. United: Van Der Sar, van der Gouw; Berg, Blackmore, Irwin, Johnsen, Martin, Stam; ...
Trio share Treble memories Bayern Munich's triumph in the 2013 Champions League final has brought back memories of the 1999 equivalent fixture for a trio of ex-Manchester United aces. Ronny Johnsen, Teddy Sheringham and Jaap Stam all helped the Reds to beat Bayern 14 years ago today (Sunday) to complete an unprecedented haul of trophies. It's a feat which some, Sir Alex Ferguson included, believe will never be repeated. The trio are all set to play together again next Sunday, 2 June, against a Real Madrid Legends XI at Old Trafford. Tickets are still available for the Red Heart United charity game. "Every year, people start talking about it in January," said Sheringham, who scored United's equaliser in the Camp Nou final and then provided the assist for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's winner. "Once a team gets through the third round of the FA Cup, everyone starts talking about it but they should be saying, 'Whoah, there's a long way to go yet'. "We had a little bit of the rub of the green at the right time and we ...
Ferguson Thank You For Everything, You Give the Best for 26 Years at Old Trafford, I Think You'll Survive Season 2-3 again, but it turns out the other decision, you decided to retire after winning 13 Premier League trophy. Maybe your best years at Manchester United is now 1999, When We Treble Winners, when the United Win In Dramatic goal by Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Many players who become great because of, for example Giggs, CR7, Scholes, Cantona, Agung Manchunian, Ruud Van Nisterlooy. It's all because of you, Once again thank you very much Sir Alexander Chapman Ferguson! Manchester United fans all over will definitely miss you.
Seconds before Pep Guardiola was about to sign at Bayern Munich, Teddy Sheringham ran in the boardroom to whisk him off to Old Trafford.
SIR ALEX's FERGUSON's CAREER SUMMARY: 37 Major trophies 12 Premier League titles 2 Champions League wins 5 FA Cups 4 League Cups 3 Trophies in the 1998-99 treble 1,408 Manchester United games under Ferguson 1,922 Points in the Premier League 1,798 Premier League goals 45 United's longest unbeaten run in all competitions under Ferguson 9-0 Manchester United's biggest win under Ferguson, against Ipswich Town at Old Trafford in 1995 6-1 Ferguson's heaviest defeat, at home to Manchester City 91st The minute of the equaliser from Teddy Sheringham in th 1999 Champions League final against Bayern Munich 93rd The minute of the winner from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 26 Years Manchester United were waiting for a league title before Ferguson's first in 1993 3 "Years of excuses and it's still crap … TA RA FERGIE", a banner seen at Old Trafford in December 1989 £30.75m Paid to Tottenham Hotspur for the services of Dimitar Berbatov in 2008, a club record fee £80m Received from Real Madrid for Cristiano Ronaldo, a world r ...
Imagine having the best world forwards in your line up"Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke, Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunner Solskjaer(such is class of the most achieving Man Utd 99) Now in the ranks they have" Wayne Rooney, Robin Van Persie, Danny Welbeck, Javier Hernanez and Shinji Kagawa. Fantastic collection of brilliant players which should bring back glorious days at Old Trafford.
Sir Alex Ferguson believes the signing of Robin Van Persie means he has a forward line close to matching his Treble-winning 1999 line-up. Van Persie, 29, is expected to be in Manchester on Thursday afternoon to complete his £24m deal and could make his debut at Everton on Monday. He said: "In 1999 I had Dwight Yorke, Andy Cole, Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the four best strikers in Europe. "We are going towards that now." United could now have a front line consisting of Van Persie, Wayne Rooney, Javier Hernandez and Danny Welbeck and Shinji Kagawa. Ferguson's four front men in 1999 led them to a historic Treble success as they won the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup in one season. Van Persie's arrival at Old Trafford will give Ferguson an array of forward options, including linking the Dutchman with Rooney, combining the Premier League's top two scorers last season. "They [Rooney and Van Persie] are two fantastic players and it will be great to have both of them," said Ferguson. ...
28: Of the 46 goals Teddy Sheringham scored for 28 of them were scored at Old Trafford.
United fans will get the chance to see a host of famous Reds, and celebrity stars in action when Soccer Aid 2012 comes to Old Trafford, Sunday 27 May, KO 20:00 BST. Legendary club captain Roy Keane has been named in the Rest of World team alongside Ruud Van Nistelrooy, Edwin Van Der Sar, Jaap Stam, Hernán Crespo, Michael Sheen, Will Ferrell, Mike Myers, Gerard Butler, Gordon Ramsay, Patrick Kielty, James McAvoy and Sergio Pizzorno. Meanwhile England will be able to call upon the services of Treble winner Teddy Sheringham plus David Seaman, Martin Keown, Robbie Williams, Jamie Theakston, Olly Murs, Ben Shephard, Aston Merrygold, Marvin Humes, Jonny Wilkes, John Bishop, Jason Isaacs, Paddy Mcguinness and
Roy Keane, Jaap Stam, Edwin Van Der Sar for the rest of the world. Teddy Sheringham or england. All back at Old Trafford
"SoccerAid is back at Old Trafford. Robbie Williams, Olly Murs, Teddy Sheringham + more!"
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