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Teddy Sheringham opens up on his best manager - with Sir Alex Ferguson ranked second
Sir Alex Ferguson coming a close second.Speaking on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football, after Tottenham's emphatic 5-0 victory over Everton, the ex-England striker, 55, was asked by host David Jones to reflect on who he regarded as the most influential manager in his career."I was very lucky to play under some fantastic managers but top of the pile has to be Terry Venables," replied Sheringham. "I was playing under him at the peak of my career during my time at Spurs and for England, and obviously playing for Sir Alex at Manchester United, he was unbelievable." Earning his first England cap towards the latter stages of his career, Sheringham was picked by Venables as the preferred strike-partner to Alan Shearer.Shining at Euro '96, the then-Tottenham forward scored a brace against the Netherlands in the group stage whilst also netting in the penalty shoot-out loss to Germany in the semi-finals.And Sheringham was full of praise for his former boss when reflecting on how Venables almost ended England's 30-year trophy hoodoo."He had a wonderful way about telling us about what he wanted without confusing issues," added the 55-year-old.HAVE YOUR SAY! Can England win the World Cup this winter? Let us know in the comments section.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.And that's it, job done.
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Sir Alex Ferguson once begged one of worst Premier League keepers to stay at Man Utd
Manchester United, but he also had a few flops during his time.Although Ferguson had some of the greats in goal over his spell at United, for some reason every goalkeeper was prone to an iconic howler at Old Trafford, with Roy Carroll, Fabien Barthez and David De Gea amongst some of the shot-stoppers to embarrass themselves.One of the most famous incidents of all though, was when Massimo Taibi allowed Matt Le Tissier's shot to squeeze through his legs while his face planted into the ground, but by the time he picked himself up, the ball was in the net.Despite flopping at United, the goalkeeper who has just turned 52, claimed that it was his decision to leave United, and that Ferguson begged him to stay.Taibi joined United in 1999 for £4.5million after Peter Schmeichel left Old Trafford, but the Italian soon returned to his homeland the following year after making just four appearances for the first team.The goalkeeper revealed that it was a family issue causing him major issues, and that he had to return to Italy, but admitted that Ferguson was desperate to see him stay at the club. Unfortunately for Talibi, one of those four games included the howler against Southampton, but the Italian opened up about his time at United."Of course, it was 100% my decision to leave Manchester United.
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Danielle Lloyd to spill on WAG tales and family life on Daily Star Facebook Live
Danielle Lloyd will be chatting to the Daily Star about her wild WAG tales and the secrets behind looking so good after having five kids.Danielle, who was previously married to Tottenham Hotspur football player Jamie O'Hara, will be taking part in a Facebook Live event, which takes place on Wednesday, February 15 at 2.30pm.She will also be opening up about the birth of her daughter in November and her plans for the future.Readers will also have the chance to ask Danielle questions which will be read to her by showbiz reporter Carly Hacon, as part of her Carly in Convo series.Danielle has had numerous cosmetic procedures done in the past and she will be opening up about her surgeries and if she has plans to have more done in the future.Daniellw dated a string of high-profile footballers including Teddy Sheringham, Marcus Bent and Jermaine Defoe.She married Jamie O'Hara in 2012 and divorced him in 2014.Danielle will be lifting the lid on what it is like to hang out with fellow WAGS in her chat with the Daily Star.Danielle will be discussing what she's been up to lately and her relationship with her electrician fiancé Michael O'Neill.Danielle is a former beauty queen who wonMiss England in 2004 and was named Miss Great Britain 2006.She appeared on the cover of lads' magazines Maxim, Loaded, Nuts and Zoo several times and famously posed for Playboy.Danielle made numerous television appearances including the celebrity edition of Gladiators on ITV, BBC's Total Wipeout and Come Dine with Me on Channel 4.In 2014 she took part in celebrity diving show Splash! on ITV.Tune in to the Facebook Live interview with Danielle Lloyd on the Daily Star Facebook page at 2:30pm.For more of the latest showbiz and TV news from the Daily Star,
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Teddy Sheringham slams Man Utd for making "absurd" Ralf Rangnick decision
Manchester United for making what he has called an "absurd" decision relating to Ralf Rangnick's appointment.Rangnick arrived at Old Trafford in December after being announced as the club's interim manager for the remainder of the season following the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.The search for a new permanent boss has been delayed until the end of the current campaign, at which point Rangnick will assist as part of his new role as a club advisor.However, the decision to bring in an interim manager on a temporary basis in the first place has left Sheringham confused.Speaking to Genting Casino, Sheringham explains: “In the main, when we're talking about Man United, I think the real problem goes back to Rangnick coming in, another interim manager, it's just absurd for me.“United had an interim manager in Michael Carrick, they let him go and appointed another, it just brings uncertainty to a group of footballers that should be playing at their highest level.“Rangnick is obviously going to chop and change with who he likes and who he doesn't like.“A footballer's mentality, if you are left out for three or four games is, ‘I really want to get back in the team'.Do you agree with Teddy Sheringham's comments? Let us know in the comments section below."But when it's an interim manager you can wait till the end of the season and say, ‘Do you know what? He'll be gone before I go, so I'll wait till the next manager comes in.’“It's another season lost when you have that sort of vibe, you only need to chop and change and rotate the team a few times and you've got a lot of unhappy players.“I think the actual problem is coming from the top.