When Ferguson claps eyes on Steven

When Ferguson claps eyes on Steven Pienaar at Goodison Park tonight, three months of pain and lingering frustration will come bubbling to the surface. Long before Sergio Agueros last-gasp heroics finally settled the most dramatic title race in history in Manchester Citys favour, it was Everton midfielder Pienaar who unwittingly altered the destiny of the run-in.The South Africans late goal at Old Trafford back in April dragged Everton off the canvas, completing a thrilling comeback in a topsy-turvy, 4-4 draw that denied United two points which were ultimately to prove so crucial in their quest for another championship Fifa 16 Coins .

It was the sort of breathless contest in which Pienaars impish quality and creativity shone through and ensured that whatever else David Moyes contemplated doing with his squad during the summer his priority would be re-signing the player permanently from Tottenham.At first glance, the numbers are out of kilter with Evertons innate ability to secure the best of deals in the transfer market, referenced again by the underwhelming Jack Rodwells switch to Manchester City that should reach £15million.

Pienaar was sold for £3m in January 2011 after entering the final year of his contract and bought back, at the age of 30, for £4.5m.Yet considering Spurs chairman Daniel Levy was originally seeking around £7m, Everton chairman Bill Kenwright has worked wonders again, for which the player is thankful.Id had a really good time back at Everton, especially the last month, and it was hard to say goodbye when I didnt know what was going to happen in the summer, said Pienaar.I thought the deal might not happen and I knew Id only be happy once the deal was signed and sealed Fifa 16 XBOX One Coins .