FRANK LAMPARDS DISMISSAL PUTTING EVERTON UP FOR POSSIBLE RELEGATION BATTLE

After being in charge for less than a year, Frank Lampard has been sacked by Everton’s management. Following Rafael Benitez dismissal in January 2022, the former Chelsea boss leaves Everton in 19th place on the Premier League table.

The Bees manager, Thomas Frank has been rumored to be the forerunner for the potential replacement.

When asked if he will ever move he replied that the is happy with his role at Brentford

The Blues have suffered nine losses in the last 12 games. Scraping together only a mere 5 points. Recently losing to fellow potential relegated team West Ham, 2-0.

In January, Farhad Moshiri was spotted attending his first match in 15 months at the Goodison park. Later on, when he was asked his opinion if Lampard needs to be shown the door he replied: “I can’t comment. It’s not my decision,”

Everton has played 20 games this premier league season, accumulating only 15 points overall, winning 3 games at best. Setting them in 19th place with Southampton 5 points below them.

Recent rumors have suggested the potential release of Lampards duties. Official confirmation was released by the HQ on Monday.

Everton has played 20 games this premier league season, accumulating only 15 points overall, winning 3 games at best. Setting them in 19th place with Southampton 5 points below them.

Recent rumors have suggested the potential release of Lampards duties. Official confirmation was released by the HQ on Monday.

Other prospective managers who have made it on the list include Sean Dyche and Marcelo Bielsa. Wayne Rooney has also been considered

The Blues have steadily declined over the past 8 years. Lampard insisted that no quick fixes were available after their defeat by the Hammers.

“It’s a big job. I knew that when I came in as we were already looking at a relegation battle,” Lampard told BBC Sport.

“I don’t think when you’ve made steps downwards over the years it is a case of being able to turn that instantly, that’s naive.

“History moves and there is nothing in this league which gives you a right to do anything. We have seen huge football clubs go down and come back up.

“It is all about the moment and how you try to move forward as a club and if you don’t do that then you will come into tough times.

“It’s maybe normal we are fighting again. It is impossible for me to jump into the future. There a long time to go this season and we have to try to turn the corner.”

When asked his comment, Paul Merson from Sky Sports said that doesn’t believe Lampard has lost the players dedication. However, he did mention that player quality is definitely being questioned.

Will Everton be able to win their next game without Lampards input? Decide Evertons fate this coming Saturday on Betway