Football: Silverware a must for Tottenham Hotspur next season, says Teddy Sheringham

Teddy Sheringham, a 53-year-old former England striker, now a Spurs club ambassador, was in Singapore to grace the AIA Kids Football Camp.
Teddy Sheringham, a 53-year-old former England striker, now a Spurs club ambassador, was in Singapore to grace the AIA Kids Football Camp.ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG

SINGAPORE - Progress is good, but an addition to a bare trophy cabinet must be Tottenham Hotspur's target next season, club legend Teddy Sheringham told The Straits Times on Wednesday (June 12).

The 53-year-old former England striker, now a Spurs club ambassador, was in town this week to grace the AIA Kids Football Camp. The camp is part of the buildup to next month's International Champions Cup, in which the North London side will feature at the National Stadium.

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