Former Englishman Teddy Sheringham returns to the soccer field even though he has 49 years.
Sheringham, who is currently the manager of the English Quarterly League of Stevenage, has also registered as a player and could play this Wednesday at the Herts Senior Cup against Welwyn Garden City.
Sheringham spent seven years wearing Tottenham shirt, four Manchester United, and played for Millwall, West Ham, Portsmouth and Nottingham Forest. For the English class he entered the 51 performance by achieving 11 goals. 2008 concluded his toy career. with 42 years.
If Sheringham and the performances this week will not break the record of Stanley Matthews who is 1965. starred for Stoke five days after he celebrated 50's birthday.