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Shawcross has an exceptionally clean record for a centre-half and you could tell by his reaction – crying in shock, and not at his red card – that he was as mortified as anyone.

I've never known Ruddock well, or at all really, before or since that tackle, but I accept what happened was ultimately part and parcel of football, a contact sport, and one that does produce serious casualties; thankfully, they are rare. People wonder how on earth we could function like that. I'd guess a lot of people will have seen Bridge giving Terry "the empty hand" and thought, "Well done".

By the way, just to be clear about my introduction: I am not seeking any chat or love-in with Ruddock! From that moment on, I knew Sheringham was not for me. Gary Pallister once said to me: "I know you don't speak to Teddy and he doesn't speak to you, but at least you play well together." We did, and I wouldn't ever cast aspersions on Sheringham's talent as a top-rate footballer for his clubs and country. All I can say is I know what it's like to refuse to shake someone's hand, and if Bridgey thought that was the right thing to do at that moment for him, then fair enough.

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They had been assured by Miss Lloyd that she did not meet him until the event's post-awards party in February this year.

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They exchange vows in Barbados in January 2013 just two months after meeting and have two children together.I would rather sit down and have a cuppa with Neil Ruddock, who broke my leg in two places in 1996, than with Teddy Sheringham, who I've pretty much detested for the past 15 years. He is young, determined and shaping up to be some player, and he'll be back.When I explain to you why that's the case, it might provide a small insight into why I think that anyone rushing to emphatic judgement on two of the big football stories of the past week should think again. I can understand Arsène Wenger being upset at the injury, the third really serious one in recent times for his players.The stories I am referring to are the terrible injury sustained by Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey in that challenge with Stoke's Ryan Shawcross and the decision by Wayne Bridge to make himself unavailable for England, followed by that non-handshake with John Terry. Many of you will have seen it several times by now, as I have. But if he truly thinks Shawcross set out to maim Ramsey then I'm afraid he's off the mark.The consequences were horrible, not something you'd wish on anyone. I was angry, more than angry, when Ruddock chopped me down in a reserves match and I was diagnosed afterwards with two ankle fractures that kept me out for months. He claimed it was an honest challenge and that I fell badly, while I said late and reckless.Sheringham was the only judge to vote for her before she won the title on an audience vote.