Worrell Sterling

Born 8th June 1965 in Bethnal Green, London

Worrell  began his career under Graham Taylor as a trainee with Watford and signed as a professional for them in 1983.

Having played nearly 100 times for Watford Worrell became the most expensive Posh player when Posh Manager Mick Jones signed him in March 1989 from Watford for £70,000.

A tricky right winger throughout his time at the club he only missed a handful of games.

Worrell made sure Posh got to the 1992 Wembley play-off final by scoring the equaliser in Posh’s 2-1 win at Huddersfield Town in the semi-final play-off. Worrell played in the final against Stockport County as well as the following season in the 2nd tier of the Football League before leaving Posh for Bristol Rovers for £140,000.

Did you know: Sterling presently lectures at Peterborough Regional College in Sport Studies.