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DUNCAN FERGUSON is ready to pack his bags and start a new career in Australia with Perth Glory after turning down the chance to play in the Premiership.

 

The veteran Everton and Scotland striker has been offered a move to the Western Australian outfit and could sign next month.

 

He has rejected offers from English and Scottish sides since quitting Everton at the end of last season. He is prepared to sign for Perth when their window opens in November, in time for the second half of their season.

 

Ferguson is happy to take his family Down Under and start a new life there - or split the year between bases in England and Australia.

 

He was used mainly as a substitute by Everton in the last two years but thinks he is fit enough for the less demanding Australian League

 

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/tm_...-name_page.html

 

Cant believe he's gona move half way arounD the world before I get to shake his hand, I never had the pleasure of meeting Duncan and he gave me so many memories :(

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Best pic of weekend Incident here I could find..>Doesnt tell much of the story.

( was a decent match - Melbourne V Adelaide )

 

 

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Sasa Ognenovski

 

Date of birth: Apr 3, 1979

Nationality: Australian

Weight: 104 kg

Height: 199 cm

Position: Central Defender

 

Oh yeh, wasnt sure if ya wanted a throat pic or a pic of the "OG" my new fave oz league Hacker.

 

 

p.s - noticed news article's saying Perth Confirm Ferguson Arrival, whilst lookin 4 these pics.

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WE HAVE DONE HIM AN INJUSTICE.................just did a search on Dunc and came up with this.

 

 

 

Duncan Ferguson Personal information

Date of birth December 27, 1971

Place of birth Stirling, Scotland

Height 1.93 m

Nickname Big Dunc

Position Striker

Youth clubs

1989–90 Carse Thistle

Professional clubs*

...Years........ Club...........Apps.........Goals

1990–92.. Dundee............. 77 ...........28

1992–94...Rangers.............14............ 2

1994–98...Everton..........116...........37

1998–00...Newcastle..........30.............8

2000–06...Everton..........115...........22

 

 

 

Has actually scored 59 goals for us IN TEN SEASONS at the club.

 

Which makes it 5 point 9 goals a season, almost 6, but my view is unchanged.........Legend my arse.

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Watched an oz game last night C-Coast V Perth. ( open end to ender game 2)

 

Pre match interview with Perth Manager & he basically cringed @ the mention of Duncan arriving & muttered something along the lines of the 2 parties have very differing ideas regarding contract lengths & Moolah.

 

he also mentioned he was offered Duncan rather than them actually pursuing him.

 

Will see what unfolds.

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