U`s Man Vows to Make Amends
Colchester United`s veteran front-man Teddy Sheringham has vowed to make amends for his recent red card by hoisting the Layer Road side up the Championship table.
Sheringham, 41, will return to the U`s fold against Crystal Palace tomorrow, after missing the last three games. His red card at Coventry earlier in the season earned him a three-match ban.
Sheringham, a former Champions League winner, appeared to elbow Coventry`s Michael Doyle and was dismissed for violent conduct in the U`s 1-0 defeat last month.
But Sheringham told The Evening Gazette, "It was a silly couple of seconds up at Coventry.
"I want to put the record straight and help Colchester do something this season."
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