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Spurs in for Teddy?


Filed: Wednesday, 25th January 2006
By: Matthew O'Greel


Tottenham are said to be considering a bid to take 39-year-old Teddy Sheringham back to White Hart Lane for a third time.

Sheringham, who recently returned from another lengthy spell on the sidelines could be the subject of a shock bid from Spurs according to speculation.

The North Londoners are desperately seeking to improve their firepower for the remainder of the season and, according to rumours, see Sheringham as the man to fill the gap.

The link emerged at the weekend on KUMBs message board; with some of tomorrow morning's papers carrying the story it seems that there could be some substance to the rumour.

Sheringham ended a second spell at Tottenham three years ago after being told his best days were behind him. A fresh swoop would represent an incredible turnaround, and would go against the grain with regard to Martin Jol's policy of signing fresh, young talent.



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