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.”