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Breaking Frank Lampard sacked as Everton manager

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Breaking Frank Lampard sacked as Everton manager

Breaking Frank Lampard sacked as Everton manager. Relegation-threatened After less than a year in command of the Goodison Park club, Everton has fired manager Frank Lampard, according to British media on Monday.

Rafael Benitez was replaced in January 2022 by the former Chelsea manager, however he leaves the team in 19th place in the standings, level on points with last-place Southampton.

Club directors were earlier this month instructed to avoid Goodison Park owing to alleged security dangers, a symptom of the unrest engulfing Everton.

On Saturday, Everton suffered a humiliating 2-0 setback against struggling rival West Ham, their ninth defeat in their previous 12 Premier League games.

After the game, it was questioned of club owner Farhad Moshiri, who was in attendance at the London match, if Lampard should be fired.

No comments from me. He said to Sky Sports, “It’s not my choice.

Lampard remarked of his own future: “Those things are not my choice. My duty is to work, concentrate, and maintain a low profile.

I am aware of the club’s issues, but it has never mattered to me whether the chairman or a board member attends a game.

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