Teddy Sheringham set for Stevenage talksby Jack Kitson / 20 May 2015, 08:47Tweet
Teddy Sheringham could be set to make the bold step into football management after it was revealed that the former Man Utd star will open talks with League Two side Stevenage. The 49-year-old, who is currently working as an attacking coach at ex-club West Ham, has been allowed to speak to Boro, with rumours rife that boss Graham Westley is set to depart Broadhall Way.
Westley's contract at the club expires imminently, and the 47-year-old has reportedly not been offered an extension following Boro's play-off heartache. The Hertfordshire side, who finished 6th, lost out to Southend in the semi-final stage (4-2 on agg), which ended their hopes of winning promotion up to League One.
Sheringham enjoyed a stellar playing career, winning three Premier League titles, the Champions League, and the FA Cup with Man Utd, while he also helped Millwall and West ham win promotion. The former England striker, who won the Premier League Golden Boot in 1992/93, is also famous for being the oldest goalscorer and outfield player in Premier League history.