By Carl Markham, Pa
Published: 11:11 GMT, 10 January 2021 | Updated: 14:27 GMT, 10 January 2021
Everton assistant manager Duncan Ferguson insists they have to take the FA Cup seriously as they want to win a trophy for the fans.
The Toffees, whose last silverware came in the competition in 1995, laboured to an extra-time 2-1 win over Championship strugglers Rotherham to progress to the fourth round for only the second time in five seasons.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Manager Carlo Ancelotti made eight changes for the tie but still fielded a side which contained half-a-dozen first-choice players, including the likes of James Rodriguez, Michael Keane, Andre Gomes and Seamus Coleman.
Everton edged through to the fourth round of the FA Cup with a 2-1 win at home to Rotherham
Coach Duncan Ferguson (second from left) watched Abdoulaye Doucoure (right) hit the winner
'It is very important, it is a priority for us, it gives us a chance to win a cup for the fans,' said Ferguson, a member of the 1995 cup-winning side.
'It is a big competition for us and hopefully we can go as