Duncan Ferguson - Manager Profile

Full Name: Duncan Cowan Ferguson
Born: December 27th, 1971 (Stirling)
Sep 26th, 2023 to Present

Most Appearances Top Scorers
1. Billy Mckay - 24
2. Nathan Shaw - 23
3. Cameron Harper - 22
4. Charlie Gilmour - 22
5. Mark Ridgers - 22
6. Max Anderson - 21
7. Daniel Devine - 19
8. Nikola Ujdur - 18
9. Morgan Boyes - 17
10. Luis Longstaff - 16
1. Billy Mckay - 8
2. David Wotherspoon - 5
3. Alex Samuel - 4
4. Adam Brooks - 3
5. Max Anderson - 2
6. Morgan Boyes - 2
7. Aaron Doran - 2
8. Nathan Shaw - 2
9. Daniel Devine - 1
10. Charlie Gilmour - 1

First Match In Charge: Saturday, September 30th, 2023 vs. Arbroath (3-2)

Total Players Used: 31 (34 including unused subs)

Biggest Win(s)
Jan 20th, 2024 4 - 0 vs. Broomhill FC, Scottish Cup (4th Round)

Heaviest Defeat(s)
Feb 10th, 2024 1 - 3 vs. Hibernian, Scottish Cup (5th Round)
Jan 2nd, 2024 0 - 2 vs. Airdrieonians, League (Championship)

Overall Record

Games Won Drawn Lost For Against GD
24 9 8 7 36 27 +9
(37.5%) (33.3%) (29.2%)

At Home

Games Won Drawn Lost For Against GD
13 4 4 5 16 13 +3
(30.8%) (30.8%) (38.5%)

Duncan Ferguson has been appointed as the new manager of Inverness Caledonian Thistle nine days after Billy Dodds contract was terminated. It's a bold move by the Caley Jags who languish adrift at the bottom of the Championship with one point from their opening six games. Out of the League Cup at the group stages with only one win in their three matches and dumped out of the Challenge Cup by Arbroath, this needed to be a crucial appointment of the highest order. Despite some respected names being bandied about as potential managers, out of the blue and making a late charge on the rails came Big Dunc who was out of a job after failing to keep Forest Green in League One less than six months after taking the reins at New Lawn with a disasterous run of only one win in eighteen games in charge. Not many will argue with Ferguson and his past history is well documented elsewhere gaining him the Duncan Disorderly tag. We'll stick to his abilities on and around the park. A Scottish international making seven appearances, Duncan started getting noticed at Tannadice where he scored 28 goals in 77 appearances. Three years later he moved to Rangers scoring twice in fourteen games. He then moved to Everton on loan in 1994 and then signed on at Goodison until 1998 scoring 37 goals in 116 games. A move to Newcastle United followed and the goals kept coming, 8 from 30 over the next two years. He ended up back at Everton to end his playing career with another 23 goals from 123 games. That's a total of 98 goals from 360 appearances at the top level. Duncan Disorderly is also no stranger to red cards having been sent off nine times in his career, a record breaking achievement for the big man. He had been a coach, interim manager and assistant manager at Everton since 2014.

Duncan has been given a three year contract starting from 26th September 2023 which will take him past the end of season 2025/2026