Duncan Ferguson has at least one more game as Everton boss as he will take charge against Manchester United.
Duncan Ferguson is a living legend in the blue half of Merseyside.
He spent 10 years at Goodison Park over two spells with the club.
His place is cemented in the club’s history books.
So when the club was in desperate need of a popular figure, Ferguson assumed control of the team after the sacking of Marco Silva.
“Big Dunc”, as he is known by the Everton faithful, demonstrated passion on the sidelines as he did when he was on the field.
Reports suggest that the retired Scottish international has no interest in the job on a permanent basis.
However, his tenure will be for at least one more game. The club confirmed he will take charge of the Toffee’s trip to Old Trafford.
A statement was released by the clubs official website, evertonfc.com.
Ferguson had a good record as a player against Manchester United.
He believes if his players can keep ahold of the confidence they gained from the Chelsea game they can upset the Red Devils too.
Surely if he brings an end to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s resurgence at Manchester United, they will try and persuade him to stay on permanently.