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ATLETICO DE KOLKATA APPOINTED TEDDY SHERINGHAM AS A NEW HEAD COACH

ATLETICO DE KOLKATA APPOINTED TEDDY SHERINGHAM AS A NEW HEAD COACH

 

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Atletico De Kolkata appointed Teddy Sheringham as their new head coach in place of Jose Molina.

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Former Manchester United player Teddy Sheringham will be in charge of Atletico de Kolkata in the next season.

The 51-year-old English man was a part of the legendary club Manchester United and he has won the treble with them in the year of 1999.

In that year Sheringham scored the dramatic equalizing goal against Bayern Munich, and after that eventually, Manchester United side won that by 2-1 goals.

In his footballing career, he has represented the clubs like Tottenham and West Ham in the English Premier League.

In his coaching career, he was the attacking coach for West Ham for the 2014-15 season after that he left that job and managed an English fourth division club.

In 2016 he was sacked by the fourth division club because of their poor run in the league but in his spell, at West Ham as a manager, he drew some plaudits.

ATK fans can expect the same from him.

 

 

 

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