Duncan Ferguson

Where is Duncan Ferguson now?

An eventful career ended for Duncan Ferguson when he retired from the game in 2006 after a second spell at Everton.

Ferguson was noted for his aggressive and highly competitive style of play, which resulted in nine career red cards and a three month jail sentence following an on field assault of Raith Rovers John McStay in 1994.

Retiring from playing at 34, Ferguson took a five year break from the game and moved to Majorca with his family before moving back to the UK.

In October 2011 he joined former club Everton, coaching the youth teams in an unofficial capacity, as he prepared to take his coaching qualifications.

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He gained valuable experience coaching the under 18’s academy side alongside Kevin Sheedy and passed his UEFA “A” coaching licence in 2013.

In February 2014 he was promoted to the first team as a coach by manager Roberto Martinez.

Staying on the backroom staff when Martinez was sacked, Ferguson was part of Ronald Koeman, Sam Allardyce and Marco Silva’s coaching setup before a stint as caretaker manager in December 2019.

Ferguson was awarded a testimonial by Everton in July 2015 which saw Wayne Rooney back in an Everton shirt for the first time since he left the club for Manchester United in 2004.

In January 2016, Ferguson was declared bankrupt by the High Court in London.

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Duncan Ferguson: Premier League Statistics

Yellow Cards40
Red Cards8
Premier League Teams Played forEverton, Newcastle United

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com