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Evening Times - - SPORT -

DUN­CAN FER­GU­SON again in­sisted he is not the man to lead Ever­ton long term de­spite over­see­ing another pos­i­tive re­sult with a 1-1 draw at Manch­ester United.

The Scot, ap­pointed care­taker man­ager af­ter the sacking of Marco Silva ear­lier this month, guided the Tof­fees to vic­tory over Chelsea last week and fol­lowed up with a strong show­ing at Old

Traf­ford on Sun­day. A Vic­tor Lin­de­lof own goal gave the vis­i­tors a first-half lead but the hosts claimed a de­served point in an en­joy­able Premier League en­counter with a 77th-minute equaliser from sub­sti­tute Ma­son Green­wood.

Former Ever­ton striker Fer­gu­son said: “We need the best man­ager in the world to man­age Ever­ton and I’ve not got the right ex­pe­ri­ence.

“I’m all for us bring­ing in a top man­ager and if I can be part of it, bril­liant.”

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