Peterborough next manager odds
Peterborough next manager after Darren Ferguson
Who is Peterborough's manager?
Darren Ferguson was born on 9 February 1972 in Glasgow, Scotland. He is the current manager of Peterborough United, he is the son of former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson and was previously a professional footballer playing for sides such as Manchester United, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Sparta Rotterdam, Wrexham and Peterborough United.
Sir Alex Ferguson brought Darren through the Manchester United academy before bringing him into the first team in 1990. Darren Ferguson spent 4 years at the club making 27 appearances before moving on to Wolverhampton Wanderers for a fee of £250,000. Ferguson made 117 appearances for Wolves scoring 4 goals from midfield over the course of 5 seasons until 1999 where he was sold to Sparta Rotterdam and then Wrexham in the same year. Darren Ferguson also made 5 appearances for the Scotland U21 side from 1992 to 1993.
In 2007, Ferguson joined Peterborough United as a player manager before leaving for PNE as their manager in January 2010. However, Ferguson was sacked in December of the same year due to the team being last in the Championship. In January 2011, Ferguson returned to Peterborough but this time as their first team manager. In his first season, he got the team to the Championship after beating Huddersfield Town in the League One playoff final.
After leaving Peterborough United in 2015 due to mutual consent, Ferguson joined Doncaster Rovers in October 2015. In his time at Doncaster Rovers, Ferguson managed to gain promotion with the side after finishing third in League Two in the 2016-17 season. Peterborough United appointed Darren Ferguson for the third time in January 2019 as he led the side to a seventh placed finish in his opening season.
Darren Ferguson has won many individual honours including the Football League One Manager of the Month in March 2009, February 2011, April 2014 and August 2014. He also won the Football League Two Manager of the Month in March 2008 and January 2017. He has bags of experience at many different clubs as he’s taken clubs to many finals and won trophies in many different leagues in England.
This season, Darren Ferguson will hope to push for promotion if he is to improve as a manager and will want to improve the club which he has spent so much time at as a player and a manager.