Everton’s 1-1 draw at Old Trafford will have been disappointing knowing they were 1-0 up with 15 minutes to go, but Duncan Ferguson would have surely taken the point before the game kicked off given his side’s position in the table. He’s now earned four points from two games since taking charge and fans are loving seeing him in the dugout.
Should Duncan Ferguson be made permanent manager?
Expectations will have been low when the club legend took over from Marco Silva two weeks ago, but the 3-1 victory over Chelsea last weekend seems to have given supporters an appetite for a man who really has the club at heart. There have been rumours over the past few weeks that David Moyes could step in to take charge, but some fans are happy with Ferguson for the time being.
The club’s official Twitter account posted a video of the manager’s post-match reaction, and he complimented various players with passion, and that’s something the fans picked up on. Some were quick to reply and express just how refreshing it was to have Ferguson in the hot seat, and others even called for him to get the job full-time.
— Everton (@Everton) December 15, 2019
You can see some of their reactions to the tweet below:
I think he deserves a full contract.
— Fuat (@lilygrutcher) December 15, 2019
A manager finally realising 2 up top can really make a difference, just wish Kean could be one of the 2
— James (@MerryYerry) December 15, 2019
He speaks about HIS players like he’s a FAN! This is what we have been missing for so so long. A manager (all be it part time or whatever) who CARES LOVES & KNOWS what EFC is about.
It’s great to witness! THANK YOU DUNCAN!!!
— Mr Cee Tattoo © (@MrCeeTattoo) December 15, 2019
It’s an honour seeing Duncan so passionate about the club, reminds me of when he was a player. 👍👍
— Atouchofklarsesport (@Atouchofklarse1) December 15, 2019
I am totally in love with big Dunc. Please just give him the job
— Jagsmol (@lynnepark_lynne) December 15, 2019
💙 so much love for this man 💙
— Kay Prescott (@KayPrescott) December 15, 2019
Everton fans, who do you want to be your next permanent manager?
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