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Duncan Ferguson Webchat

Club legend to answer your questions next week.

Duncan Ferguson Webchat
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Club legend Duncan Ferguson has agreed to take part in a bumper hour-long LIVE webchat on evertonfc.com.
 
The striker, idolised by generations of supporters, will be online from 4pm on Wednesday, November 30, to answer your questions.
 
Ferguson is currently back at the Club he served with immense passion and pride to help out with coaching at the Blues Academy.
 
The modern-day terrace hero was named an Everton Giant at the 2010/11 End of Season Awards in recognition of his service across his two spells at Goodison Park – between 1994 and 2006.
 
Ferguson rarely gave interviews throughout his eventful and sometimes controversial career, making this a very rare opportunity to hear Big Dunc in his own words.
 
To take part in the webchat simply visit evertonfc.com shortly before the start time and follow the link from the homepage.
 
You can log in using your Facebook, Twitter or official site credentials and don't have to ask a question to read the transcript of the event.

However, we do expect many of you to put a question to Ferguson and we will get through as many as we possibly can.  

graham griffithsdunc dig ya boots out and go upfront with Louis

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