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Amokachi Wants Former Teammate Ferguson To Succeed Ancelotti At Everton

Amokachi Wants Former Teammate Ferguson To Succeed Ancelotti At Everton

Former Everton striker Daniel Amokachi has called on the club to appoint his former teammate Duncan Ferguson as the new manager of the club.

The Merseyside club are looking to appoint a new manager after Carlo Ancelotti dumped them for a second stint at Real Madrid this week.

Ferguson handled the club in interim capacity in December 2019 following the sacking of Marco Silva and got impressive results against Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United.

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The 49-yeat-old also worked as assistant to Ancelotti during the Italian time at the club.

Amokachi believes the former striker is good enough to lead the team and called on the club to consider his appointment.

“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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  • Elijah Samson 3 years ago

    Your former teammate good enough and you are not good enough? Where were you when he was acquiring what made him good enough Mr advocate.

    • Dr. Drey 3 years ago

      Pls tell them o.

      And please watch out for their worshippers who will soon jump out of their kernels to bite you for daring to question their ex-international gods.

      The other day it was the twitter Guardiola telling the world (as if we care) he doesn’t want to leave his family, that’s why he’s still jobless.

      But a white man will leave his own family, come down to Africa and start with one unknown club, graduate from there to a bigger club and after also proving himself there, one small national team will start chasing him and before you know it he is close to winning afcon or qualifying his team for the world cup.

      Anybody can go read about the likes of Herve Renard (former Zambia, CIV and Morocco and current Saudi coach), Johnny Mckinstry (current Uganda coach), Milutin Zredojevic (current Zambia coach), Zdravko Logarusic (current Zimbabwe coach), Patrice Beaumelle (Current CIV) and many of these new generation white coaches across Africa.

      But our own will sit in their parlours and be granting weekly interviews to CSN, playing 100caps, ex-international or race cards all over the place and expect jobs to be thrown at them LMAO. Pls how many of these cards did Olofinjana play before getting the FC Grasshopper job.

      There are 54 nations in Africa with each having between 16-20 clubs in its top division, our own cant coach in any of those….they are usually too big to coach at those levels, same levels young white coaches will journey down to Africa from Europe, leaving their families behind to come and coach and build their careers. LMAO….but when they’ve grown their careers to the point of being worth to be paid $100,000 per month, people who did not want to leave their families will now start crying like hungry wolves.

      There’s that Brazilian young guy, Everton, who used to coach FC ifeanyi Ubah still currently coaching in the Nigerian league. This should be about 4 years he has been coaching in the domestic league. He didnt even understand English when he arrived. I watched a video interview with him recently and the chap can now even speak pidgin. If he goes for the same interview with those flaunting 100 caps and wins, defeatists will call it white skin mentality.

      Abeg tell them once again biko….LMAO

      We will never stop saying these things till they hear. Lolz

      • GLORY 3 years ago

        @ Drey, you’ve made some really weighty point here no doubt. But then, I do believe that life decisions, especially in the material sense, is personal. Some people put family first before job while others put job first. However there should be no excuse for failure still with reference to the mundane. I find it hard to sum up success into a unit but rather define it in relative terms. God bless brodaman Drey.

      • Presh 3 years ago

        You sound like a hater. Am disappointed in your comments, I reserve my comments.

    • Damilola 3 years ago

      Why are you like critics bro??? Stop that please, works on your life

      • Dr. Drey 3 years ago

        Hehehehe. Isn’t it obvious you need to work more on yours….?!

        If there’s anything untrue in what I’ve written, kindly point it out. Otherwise why does the truth hurt you so badly…?!

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