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Duncan Ferguson

Welcome to Duncan Ferguson's profile page where we post regular news updates. In addition to press articles, you can also find pictures of the player and a list of all 'Official Player Site' articles where Duncan is mentioned. For more news about other Everton playees click here.

Date of Birth: 27/12/1971
Place of Birth: Stirling
Nationality: Scottish
Height: 6.03 (1.88 m)
Weight: 13.05 (84.8 Kg)
Club: Everton
 OfficialPlayerSites.com: 2 articles
Peter Clarke: Your questions answered... - 13/10/2003
We received a number of questions to Clarkey since the site was launched – some from as far away as the States and South Africa. Please feel free to mail us any more you may have. More
John Beresford: Everton - sticky times against the Toffees - 05/11/2002
With Michael Chopra and Wayne Rooney providing the headlines in the build up to the Worthington Cup, Bez looks back at previous Newcastle v Everton fixtures. More
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Wayne Rooney 'grateful for everything' Sir Alex Ferguson did for Manchester United striker - 17/09/2014
]]> Wayne Rooney has praised Sir Alex Ferguson as the "best manager there's been" as he buries the hatchet on a row that nearly saw the striker leave Manchester United. www.independent.co.uk
- 17/09/2014
www.soccerway.com
Wayne Rooney ends bitter feud with Sir Alex Ferguson and says he is the best manager there has ever been - 17/09/2014
Manchester United manager ends bitter feud with former manager and says it was a great honour for Ferguson to bring him to Old Trafford telegraph.feedsportal.com


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