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Everton: Fans get emotional over Duncan Ferguson’s last appearance for the club

Everton: Fans get emotional over Duncan Ferguson’s last appearance for the club - Everton

Duncan Ferguson has opened up about his last match in an Everton shirt and reflected on his iconic last ever kick of the ball as a Blue. 

In 2006, the Scotsman played his final game for the Toffees and indeed the final game of his career. Ferguson captained Everton as they hosted West Brom and it looked like the Blues would succumb to a 2-1 defeat to the visitors. However, in a last-minute turn of events, Everton were awarded a penalty and the team put Big Dunc forward to take it.

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In an interview posted by the club’s official Twitter account, Ferguson talks about his teammates and the fans urging him to take the penalty even though he had ‘no power left’ to take the shot. His first attempt was saved but the Scotsman scored the rebound to split the points and end his Everton career with a memorable goal.

Some Toffees fans were responding to the video and expressing their love for the Goodison icon. One fan claimed she was ‘not ashamed to say I sobbed my heart out that day’ as others discussed the emotional occasion:

Blues fans, what is your fondest memory of Big Duncan in an Everton shirt? Let us know in the comments!


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