Ex-Nigeria international, Daniel Amokachi, has told Everton to consider appointing Duncan Ferguson as their new manager, after Carlo Ancelotti returned to Real Madrid.
Ferguson, 49, has been developing his coaching skills since 2014 and was handed an interim role as the first-team coach after Marco Silva was sacked in December 2020.
During that short spell, the Toffees went unbeaten, before Ancelotti arrived at Goodison Park.
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Ferguson was also an assistant to Ancelotti during the Italian’s one-and-a-half-year stay at Everton.
“Stop looking far Everton, Duncan Ferguson is already on the bench.
“He has understudied under few top-class managers in the last decade at the club.
“He has the club at heart, we all can see the passion he shares with the players and fans whenever given the team as an interim manager and his stats are not bad. My take, hopefully, someone is listening,” Amokachi wrote on Instagram.
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