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A compilation of Duncan Ferguson scrapping absolutely everyone in the Premier League has gone viral and it proves he'll always be the ultimate hard man.
If you ever watched Ferguson play, you'll know he had a short temper on the pitch.
The former Scotland international was an absolute nightmare for defenders whether he played for Everton or Newcastle United.
@Rossmac212 on Twitter has shared a 90 second video of Ferguson's best brawls and it makes for sensational viewing. Check them out below.
Duncan Ferguson is a legend😂 pic.twitter.com/KZcGv6Daro— Ross McCulloch (@Rossmac212) August 6, 2022
Aptly set to
to a fan about his A-levels, he gets into it with legendary centre backs Martin Keown and Jamie Carragher, as well as Manchester United stalwart Darren Fletcher.
We all remember him grabbing former Leicester City man Steffen Freund by the throat too.
The forward didn't care who you were or who you played for. If you were in his sights, he wouldn't stop until you were sick of him.
Ferguson ended his top-flight career with a whopping eight red cards, the joint-most in Premier League history alongside Patrick Vieira and Richard Dunne.
Fans have reacted to the video and they think we'll never see a striker like Ferguson again.
One person said: "He was a proper hard case back in the day."
Another put: "I shouldn't find it funny but literally lifting opponents off the ground turning them over and tossing them back to the ground like a James Bond villain is a sight to behold."
A third commented: "Maybe the first highlight reel without any goals scored."
While someone tweeted: "The body slam on Sol Campbell is criminally underrated."
Ferguson also became the first British player to be jailed for an on-pitch incident back in 1995.
During his time with Rangers a year prior, he decided to headbutt Raith Rovers defender John McStay in a moment of madness and he was given his marching orders.
As a result of his actions on the pitch that day, Ferguson was jailed for three months.
He served 44 days in Barlinnie prison before being released and was also banned for 12 games by the Scottish Football Association.