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Dominic Calvert-Lewin: Duncan Ferguson will be delighted if I score against Scotland, England striker says

Dominic Calvert-Lewin believes Duncan Ferguson would not begrudge him a goal in Friday’s Auld Enemy derby, despite the former Scotland striker playing a major role in him becoming an England international.Ferguson has acted as a mentor to the 24-year-old and built Everton’s attack around the striker during his brief spell as caretaker manager in late 2019, which convinced his successor Carlo Ancelotti to do the same.Calvert-Lewin subsequently went on a fine run of scoring, hitting 10 goals in 13 league games, which earned him his first England call-up and he has been a key player at Goodison Park ever...
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Dominic Calvert-Lewin praises the impact of Duncan Ferguson on his career

England striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin is eternally grateful to mentor Duncan Ferguson and believes the ex-Scotland international would be happy for him even if he scores in Friday’s auld enemy showdown. The oldest rivals in international football are set to meet in a crunch Euros clash, with Gareth Southgate’s men buoyed...
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Everton: 3 things Duncan Ferguson can bring to Everton

Everton are in search of a new manager after Carlo Ancelotti left abruptly, joining Real Madrid. The fans were left baffled, angry and confused as to what lies next. Everton simply cannot achieve the much needed stability as managers have left or have been fired before even completing 18 months in charge.
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Everton hold talks with Nuno Espirito Santo to replace Carlo Ancelotti... but an appointment ISN'T imminent and David Moyes is his main challenger for the job - with Duncan Ferguson also believing he is ready to take over

Everton have held talks with Nuno Espirito Santo as they have intensified their efforts to find Carlo Ancelotti's replacement. Nuno, the former Wolves manager, has been contacted by Farhad Moshiri, Everton's major shareholder, to assess his position; the Portuguese is also wanted by Crystal Palace and had talks last week with the South London club.
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'You better get your finger out and make sure you get the f****** results': Everton hero Duncan Ferguson issues amusing 'blood-curdling' rant to young Toffees fan for 'slacking' at school... leaving supporters in stitches

Duncan Ferguson has kept up his hard as nails appearance in an hilarious expletive-filled rant to a young Everton fan who has been 'slacking' at school. The Everton hero, currently Carlo Ancelotti's assistant at Goodison Park, was asked by a school teacher to give a young Toffees fan a pep talk and Ferguson duly obliged in brilliant style.
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Big Duncan Ferguson is the scariest careers coach ever

If you thought Big Dunc had mellowed with age (he’s 49 but looks fighting fit), you’d be wrong…. You don’t argue, you don’t mess, you do exactly what Big Dunc tells you to do, and you do it yesterday. Who knows, Dunc could be the worst assistant coach in the...
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Everton defender Ben Godfrey amazed by Duncan Ferguson intensity

Everton defender Ben Godfrey is amazed by the intensity of assistant manager Duncan Ferguson. Godfrey was speaking with Rio Ferdinand's Youtube channel. He revealed, "I've only had one kiss off him and that was this weekend – I'll accept it, it was a big day [the Merseyside derby win at Anfield].
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Duncan Ferguson doesn’t just ‘get’ Everton – he’s quietly aiding the Carlo Ancelotti revolution

Ferguson’s presence on Ancelotti’s bench isn’t just a nod to the club’s identity – in fact, the two coaches complement each other perfectly. Identity, or the vague notion of ‘getting’ a club can often be overstated in football, but it was endearing to hear Carlo Ancelotti describe Duncan Ferguson as the “happiest man” at Everton following a first victory at Anfield in 22 years.
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Jurgen Klopp and Duncan Ferguson involved in FURIOUS touchline row at Anfield during Merseyside Derby... but Scotsman has the last laugh as he leads Toffees' dressing room celebrations after first win at the Reds since 1999

Jurgen Klopp and Duncan Ferguson were reportedly involved in a heated argument on the touchline during the Merseyside derby at Anfield. A first-half goal from Richarlison and second half penalty from Gylfi Sigurdsson gave Everton their first win at their rivals' home since 1999 and condemned the Reds' to their fourth-straight defeat.
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'He has seen it all before, hasn't he?': Duncan Ferguson laughs at Carlo Ancelotti's calm reaction to Everton's winner in 5-4 thriller against Tottenham... as Italian boss casually cooled down his coffee while those around him celebrated

Duncan Ferguson saluted Everton's progression into the quarter-finals of the FA Cup after they beat Tottenham in a nine-goal thriller at Goodison Park. The fifth round FA Cup tie swung back and forth on several occasions but eventually fell the way of Carlo Ancelotti's men after Bernard netted Everton's fifth in the first half of extra time.