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Inverness Caley Thistle manager Duncan Ferguson named Scottish Championship's manager of the month for November

By Andrew Henderson

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Duncan Ferguson has won his first prize as manager of Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

The 51-year-old has been named the Scottish Championship Glen's manager of the month for November after going unbeaten throughout the month.

Duncan Ferguson has been named Championship manager of the month for November.
Duncan Ferguson has been named Championship manager of the month for November.

Valuable draws away at Dundee United and Dunfermline came either side of a 3-1 win over Ayr United, with ICT beginning to rise up the league table.

Ferguson is the third different manager to win the monthly award this season, after Queen's Park's Robin Veldman claimed the August prize and Dundee United's Jim Goodwin won it the last two months.

Colin Matthews, CEO of Glen’s owner the Loch Lomond Group, said: “Duncan Ferguson’s ambition has really shone through since he took the helm at Inverness Caledonian Thistle at the end of September. Following a month of strong performances, he was the clear choice to be named Glen’s manager of the month for November.

“Winning their first league game of the season under his leadership, the club has gone from strength to strength, turning the corner very quickly to be seen as real contenders for the top four league spots.

“We hope to see this level of play continue, both at home and away, and my congratulations go to Duncan and all involved at Inverness Caledonian Thistle on picking up the Scottish Championship Glen’s manager of the month award for November.”

Duncan Ferguson said: “I'd like to thank the players and the staff for all their hard work in helping me receive this award. We had a great month and let’s hope it can continue."

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