Duncan Ferguson's exit from Everton was confirmed on Monday afternoon by the club Bill Kenwright has sent a heart-warming farewell message to Duncan Ferguson after his exit from Everton was confirmed. Ferguson has left his position of first-team assistant manager to pursue his managerial ambitions, becoming the latest big name to leave Finch Farm this year after David Unsworth's departure in April.
Duncan Ferguson's departure from Everton to pursue a career in management has led to a raft of tributes on social media to the popular Scotsman from the club's supporters Everton fans are distraught following Duncan Ferguson's departure from Goodison Park. Toffees legend Ferguson, 50, has left the club to pursue a career as a manager in his own right.
Premier League sides will be allowed to use five substitutes in matches from the 2022/23 campaign onwards and that is potentially affecting some transfer business already Among all of the twists and turns of the Everton news cycle over the course of the last week, Andros Townsend sharing his thoughts on a number of matters has flown a little under the radar.
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EVERTON have confirmed assistant manager and club legend Duncan Ferguson has left the club. The former Rangers striker featured over 225 times as a player before returning to work off-the-pitch after his retirement. 'Big Dunc' worked his way up the coaching ladder at Goodison - even taking the caretaker managerial position twice in 2019 and 2022.
Duncan Ferguson has left his coaching role at Everton to pursue his managerial ambitions, the Premier League club have announced. The former Toffees captain had served on the backroom staff to a succession of managers at Goodison Park. The Scot, 50, also had two spells as caretaker boss, the most recent being after Rafael Benitez was sacked during last season.
Everton assistant boss Duncan Ferguson has left the club as he looks to become a manager. The 50-year-old Scot, who worked under seven different managers at Goodison Park, has been caretaker twice - in December 2019 and January this year. Ferguson scored 73 goals in 273 appearances for Everton in two spells from 1994 to 2006.
Club legend Duncan Ferguson leaves position as first-team coach to pursue managerial ambitions: 'I need to take that next step in my career'
Duncan Ferguson has left Everton to pursue his managerial ambitions, the Premier League club have announced. The former Toffees captain leaves Goodison Park after serving on the backroom staff to a succession of managers. The Scot also had two spells as caretaker boss. Ferguson told evertontv: 'It's been a massive decision for me, an incredibly difficult one but I need to move on, to take that next step in my career and look for that new challenge.
Duncan Ferguson has left his role at Everton Football Club Duncan Ferguson has left his role as Everton's first-team assistant manager. The club confirmed the departure of the Blues legend, reporting his decision was in order to pursue his managerial ambitions. Frank Lampard is thought to have been keen to retain the services of the former captain.
Gylfi Sigurdsson ‘to earn £1.7m-a-year after being offered two-year deal by Galatasaray after Everton transfer exit’
FORMER Everton star Gylfi Sigurdsson is reported to be on the brink of joining Galatasaray. The Iceland midfielder is a free agent after being released by Everton last month. He will earn £1.7million-a-season at the Turkish club, according to AS Marca. The Super Lig giants have offered the 32-year-old a deal despite his inactivity over the last year.
Newcastle United face stiff competition in their pursuit of Chelsea forward Armando Broja. Everton join race for Newcastle United target Armando Broja from Chelsea Newcastle’s Premier League rivals Everton have approached Chelsea regarding the availability of Armando Broja, according to Sky Sports. Frank Lampard is keen to bolster his attacking options following Richarlison’s departure for Tottenham Hotspur.
Everton have been handed a potential boost in their plans to have safe standing on offer at Bramley-Moore Dock for its opening in the 2024/25 season Everton have been handed a potential boost in their plans to introduce safe standing in their new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock. On Monday afternoon, the Government confirmed that it had approved plans for football clubs to apply to introduce safe standing into Premier League and Championship ground from the 2022/23 season.
Cenk Tosun is back at Beskitas after a disappointing four-and-a-half years on Merseyside Former Everton striker Cenk Tosun has rejoined Besiktas, The 31-year-old endured a difficult four-and-a-half years at Goodison Park and left the club after his contract expired this summer. He made 61 appearances in all competitions, scoring 11 goals, during an injury-blighted stint on Merseyside.
Find out the prices of some Everton players ahead of FPL going live including James Tarkowski Ahead of 2022/23 Fantasy Premier League going live, Premier League clubs have been revealing the FPL prices of their players. The first wave of our 2022/23 #FPL price list has been revealed!
Confusion still reigns over the takeover bid for Everton from a US consortium The Peter Kenyon-led US consortium that wishes to purchase Everton maintain that dialogue over the bid is continuing. On Friday sources close to Everton owner Farhad Moshiri claimed that talks over the sale of the club to the consortium that included US real estate tycoon Maciek Kaminski and mining and investment magnate John Thornton were "dead" after the period of exclusivity between the two parties ended with no agreement over an extension.
Former Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard will only join Everton this summer “as a last resort”, claims a report. Lingard is officially out of contract and a free agent after running down his deal at Old Trafford. The midfielder is looking to kick-start his career again after a disappointing final season at Manchester United in which he made just two Premier League starts.
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