12:32 24 June 2015
By Stevenage FC
Teddy Sheringham - Manager
Stevenage FC appointed former Manchester United, Tottenham, West Ham and England international Teddy Sheringham as manager in the summer of 2015.
The 49-year old arrived at The Lamex Stadium for his first managerial post from West Ham where he spent 2014/15 as attacking coach.
Teddy enjoyed a glittering 25-year playing career in which he scored 288 goals in 755 league games for nine clubs including Millwall, Nottingham Forest, Tottenham, Manchester United, Portsmouth and Colchester.
As well as winning 51 England caps and scoring 11 times for his country, he won three Premier League titles, an FA Cup and the Champions League with Manchester United. He also won a number of individual player awards, including the 1992/93 Premier League Golden Boot and several Player of the Year and Team of the Year awards.
In 2007 Teddy received an MBE for services to football and he retired from competitive football at the end of that season, aged 42.
Kevin Watson - Assistant Manager
Kevin was appointed as Teddy Sheringham’s assistant in the summer of 2015.
The 41-year old arrives at The Lamex Stadium with over 14 years experience in the Football League after a successful career to-date as a player and coach.
After starting out at Tottenham with Teddy, Kevin went on to make over 400 career appearances, primarily for Swindon, Rotherham, Reading and Colchester and won three promotions.
Coaching spells followed at Luton Town (first team coach) and Colchester United (academy coach) before he moved into the media to work with Sky Sports.
Darren Sarll - First Team Coach
Darren was promoted from Head of Youth to First Team Coach in summer 2015.
The 32-year old has held the UEFA A Licence badge for 10 years and has spent the last three years as Head of Youth at Stevenage, overseeing the transformation of the youth structure and guiding the under-18s to their best ever league and cup performances.
Now in his second spell at the club, Darren has also worked at Brentford and Rotherham United.