Rare Teddy Sheringham match worn football boots
Boots worn by Teddy during his last ever professional season with Colchester United 2007 – 2008 Season
Each boot has also been hand signed by Teddy and have his initials at the back of each boot
Boots remain in worn used condition with signs of wear and use still visible
After being released by West Ham, Sheringham signed for Colchester United in July 2007 and was given the number 8 shirt. He started Colchester’s first game of the season, away at Sheffield United, and scored the first goal in a 2–2 home draw against Barnsley a week later. 7 days later he scored again, in a 3–0 win at Preston North End. Having just served a three match suspension after being sent off against Coventry, Sheringham was once again amongst the scorers in Colchester’s 2–1 win at Hillsborough over Sheffield Wednesday. He scored his fourth and final Colchester goal in a 3–1 FA Cup defeat to Peterborough United on 5 January 2008. Sheringham made only 3 league appearances in 2008, the last of which came against Stoke City on 26 April 2008, the last game at Layer Road.
Whilst at Colchester, Sheringham was the oldest player in all four divisions of the Football League, and is now part of the elite list of players who have achieved more than 700 League appearances in their career. He retired at the end of the 2007–08 season, his career ending on a low note as Colchester were relegated from the Championship – the club’s first relegation for 18 years.
Rare worn boots from the former Manchester United and Tottenham legend and one of the best strikers to ever play in the Premier League