Everton are going to sack Frank Lampard

Lampard is likely to be sacked
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Frank Lampard is going to lose his job at Everton FC. Former English midfielder Frank Lampard has an astonishing footballing career. He has won many trophies during his career. But the management of Frank Lampard hasn’t been great.

Chelsea were the first big club where Frank Lampard started coaching. But the Chelsea board sacked Lampard as the club was not performing well. After being sacked, Frank Lampard joined another English club, Everton FC. In 2022, Everton FC appointed Frank Lampard as the first team manager. Unfortunately, Everton are having an extremely tough time in the league under Lampard’s management. Therefore, the club is now considering sacking the manager.

Overview of Everton’s performance under Frank Lampard

In January 2022, Frank Lampard joined Everton as the first team manager. Since his arrival, Everton played 20 games in the league last season. But the Toffees earned only 15 points from these 20 games and costly avoided the relegation zone. They ended the season in 19th place. only four points ahead of the relegation zone.

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However, the club’s poor form persisted this season as well under Frank Lampard. Everton FC are winless in their last ten games in all competitions. Moreover, The Toffees are in the relegation zone with 15 points after 20 league games. They won only three matches in the EPL and lost 11 of their 20 games in the Premier League. In addition, Everton have lost against West Ham United by a 2-0 margin on Saturday.

After losing this match against West Ham, the chances of sacking the manager has become increased. But Lampard was confident after this match. He said, “It’s my job to work and focus and keep my head down. I’ve got absolute confidence in how I want to coach. And if they are difficult conditions at the minute, for a lot of different reasons that I’m very aware of, then that’s it.”

“I just have to do my job and it’s not for me to make too many diversions around it rather than talk about what I can affect and that’s the players, trying to get the right results,” Lampard added.