To mark Duncan Ferguson’s testimonial year, a special limited edition box-set is available to purchase now.
Few men have captured the hearts of Evertonians in the Premier League era quite like Ferguson, whose testimonial in August against Villarreal at Goodison Park attracted a bumper pre-season crowd and included the return of Wayne Rooney to play alongside his boyhood hero.
The stylish package includes a replica shirt from the game against Villarreal, hand signed by Duncan and the 'wee man' himself, Wayne Rooney. Also included is a commemorative coin – designed by Duncan and resembles his famous number 9 tattoo, a signed, exclusive and previously unseen matchday image as well as a hand signed matchday programme charting the Everton icon’s journey from youth football and spells north of the border to Everton FA Cup winner.
‘Big Dunc’, regarded as an irrepressible forward and lionhearted leader whose majestic talents were equalled by his passion and determination to win, played 273 times for the Blues over two spells. Scoring 72 goals, Ferguson regularly proved to be the scourge of both Manchester United and Liverpool and is now part of Roberto Martinez’s first-team coaching staff.
The unique box-set, which comes with a signed certificate of authenticity, is a chance to own a piece of Blues history making it a gift no Evertonian will ever forget. Priced at £199.00, box-sets can be ordered now by tapping here to visit evertondirect.com. The collectors’ item is also available in store at Everton One, Everton Two and at The Toffee Shop (on matchdays).
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