Season-by-season: Darren Ferguson's Peterborough United win percentage

Darren Ferguson's season-by-season Peterborough United win percentage

Darren Ferguson has returned for his third spell as Peterborough United manager - but how has he fared in the past?

Season-by-season, we take a look at Ferguson's win percentage which brought three promotions, beating Championship relegation and lifting the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

Following an unsuccessful stint at Preston, Ferguson swiftly returned in January 2011 and oversaw his third promotion as Posh manager via the playoffs. In 27 matches, he won 14, drew seven and lost six.

5. 2010/11 - 51.85%

Following an unsuccessful stint at Preston, Ferguson swiftly returned in January 2011 and oversaw his third promotion as Posh manager via the playoffs. In 27 matches, he won 14, drew seven and lost six.
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This time, Ferguson was handed the chance to keep Posh in the Championship and he duly delivered, surviving by two points. A mere 13 wins, 12 draws was enough after 24 defeats.

6. 2011/12 - 26.53%

This time, Ferguson was handed the chance to keep Posh in the Championship and he duly delivered, surviving by two points. A mere 13 wins, 12 draws was enough after 24 defeats.
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Despite holding a better win percentage and a greater points total from the season prior, Fergusons men slipped under the dreaded relegation line. He finished with 16 wins, 9 draws and 24 losses.

7. 2012/13 - 33%

Despite holding a better win percentage and a greater points total from the season prior, Fergusons men slipped under the dreaded relegation line. He finished with 16 wins, 9 draws and 24 losses.
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With 31 wins, nine draws and 21 defeats, Ferguson managed Posh to the playoffs but he wasnt to replicate his 2011 success, losing the semi finals to Leyton Orient. He did, however, lift the Johnstones Paint trophy.

8. 2013/14 - 51%

With 31 wins, nine draws and 21 defeats, Ferguson managed Posh to the playoffs but he wasnt to replicate his 2011 success, losing the semi finals to Leyton Orient. He did, however, lift the Johnstones Paint trophy.
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