By Chris Wright
There was a good reason they called him “Duncan Disorderly” you know!
Having signed for Rangers in the July of 1993, Ferguson’s Ibrox career started fairly dismally as the target man, being routinely played on the left wing, contributed little in the way of form or goals. Injuries played their part in Dunc’s stuttering start, as did a lack of discipline – no surprise there then.
With three assault convictions already to his name: one for belting a policeman at a taxi rank, one for kicking a fan on crutches…at a taxi rank and one for a brawl with a fisherman in a pub in Anstruther. Lo and behold, Ferguson’s 1993/94 season would end with him racking up his fourth.
During Rangers’ 4-0 win over Raith Rovers at Ibrox on 16th April, Ferguson tangled with defender Jock McStay in the corner until losing his rag with the