Signed in October as an emergency by struggling manager Mike Walker, Duncan Ferguson had been a pivotal part of the success that the Toffees saw that month. They were languishing at 19th at the start of the month but seven points from four games meant they jumped to 16th in the table, away from the relegation mire. Ferguson provided two assists and scored the only goal in their win against Manchester United.
|Month||Cateogry||Name||Club||Position||Matches Played||Goals Scored||Clean Sheets||Team Wins|
|Feb-95||Player Of the Month||Duncan Ferguson||Everton||Forward||4||1||2|
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