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Everton legend Duncan Ferguson buys new TV for aged season price ticket holder

Everton legend Duncan Ferguson buys new TV for elderly season ticket holder after he was robbed during self-isolation

  • Everton legend Duncan Ferguson has shown a touch of class by buying new TV 
  • Toffees assistant manager is adored by Everton fans and he has been praised
  • Ferguson bought new TV for an elderly season ticket holder after he was robbed 

Everton legend Duncan Ferguson has bought a new television for an elderly season ticket holder after he was robbed during self-isolation. 

Ferguson, who is the Toffees’ assistant manager after taking charge on an interim basis earlier in the season, is adored by Everton fans.

And he has impressed again after paying for and ordering a new TV for a supporter.

Duncan Ferguson bought new TV for elderly season ticket holder after he was robbed

 Duncan Ferguson bought new TV for elderly season ticket holder after he was robbed 

George Carbery revealed Ferguson bought his grandfather a television out of his own pocket

George Carbery revealed Ferguson bought his grandfather a television out of his own pocket

‘Me grandand [sic] house got robbed last week, who’s been a STH [season ticket holder] since he was a kid. Been stuck in the house with no TV,’ George Carbery wrote on Twitter. 

‘Everton got in contact with him, he received a call off Duncan Ferguson to cheer him up. Ferguson has ordered him a new TV, out of his own money Never change Everton.’ 

Former Watford and England forward Luther Blissett replied to Carbery’s Tweet praising the gesture.

Former Watford and England forward Luther Blissett praised the gesture made by Everton

Former Watford and England forward Luther Blissett praised the gesture made by Everton

He wrote: ‘What a wonderful thing to read this morning. I hope your Grandad is OK. Well done @Everton.’  

Other fans hailed Ferguson, with one Twitter user writing: ‘Class act is big Duncan’. 

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