Teddy Sheringham goes to Stevenage match in disguise after sack
You can't keep Teddy Sheringham away from Stevenage -- even after his sacking as manager he went to their next game in disguise.
The former England striker's eight-month spell at the helm was ended last Monday after only seven wins from his 33 games in charge.
But rather than avoid Stevenage's next result in the wake of the sacking, Sheringham actually went to Borough's next match with Crawley on Saturday in order to see how the players reacted.
"I got the sack on the Monday and Stevenage were playing at home and I wanted to see how they reacted to my sacking, so I went to the game on the Saturday incognito,'' he told The Times.
"I went in disguise, put it that way. I wanted to see what the reaction of the players and supporters would be. I just wanted to get a vibe of how things were.
"I'm still concerned, I don't want to see Stevenage relegated. Was there something I wasn't doing, was something better with me not there?''
Nope. They still lost 1-0.
Information from the Press Association was used in this report.