Teddy Sheringham sacked by Indian Super League side ATK
By Danny Gallagher
Last Updated: 26/01/18 8:55am
Teddy Sheringham has been sacked as the manager of reigning Indian Super League champions ATK.
The former Manchester United and England striker has parted ways with the Kolkata-based side after winning just three of his 10 matches in charge.
Sheringham was appointed to the role in July for his second job in first-team management.
His last match in charge saw his side lose 3-0 away to FC Pune City.
Following Sheringham's dismissal, the club issued a statement thanking the 51-year-old for his service, while confirming former Bengaluru boss Ashley Westwood would be taking over.
"ATK team management would like to thank Teddy Sheringham for his services towards ISL Season 4.
"We wish him all the very best for his future endeavours. Ashley Westwood will be the interim head coach," the statement concluded.
Sheringham, who amassed 51 international caps during his playing career, formerly managed Stevenage.
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