Former Scotland star Barry Ferguson believes Neil Warnock’s vast experience will come in handy for him at Aberdeen this season.


The 75-year-old has been appointed as the interim manager at Aberdeen until the end of the 2023/24 campaign.


Aberdeen sacked Barry Robson at the end of last month with the side sitting eighth in the Scottish Premiership standings.




They are hoping to name a permanent manager before the end of the season as Warnock looks to steer the side in his interim role.


Ferguson stressed that given the veteran manager’s record in England as a manager, he definitely has the experience Aberdeen need at the moment.



The former midfielder insisted that Warnock has all the know-how to navigate the final three or so months of the season for the Dons.


Ferguson said on the Go Radio Football Show: “One thing about Neil Warnock is that he has got a lot of experience.



“He has managed 15 clubs down south.


“Yes, he is getting on a bit.


“But he knows the game inside out.


“It will be interesting to see how the final three or so months go for him.”


Warnock will take charge of the team for the first time tonight when Aberdeen travel to Glasgow to take on Rangers at Ibrox in the Scottish Premiership.