Virtually official “Everton, Lampard dismissed”…announced within 24 hours

News is being conveyed that Everton manager Frank Lampard has been effectively sacked.

Reporter Pete O’Rourke, who delivers European football news, reported on the 23rd (Korean time), “Everton has sacked Lampard.”

Everton managed to escape relegation last season, but it is serious that nothing has changed much this season. Everton is hopeless that they have not won in the league recently. The last win was against Crystal Palace on October 22nd. Since then, they have played 8 league games, but are miserable with 2 draws and 6 losses.

In the previous game, West Ham United, in the ‘relegation derby’, they suffered a 0-2 defeat and their ranking fell further. Currently, Everton is located in 19th place with 15 points (3 wins, 6 draws, 11 losses), and it is safe to see it as virtually the bottom of the league with the same number of points as Southampton (15 points) in 20th place.

Rather, coach Lampard said in an interview with the British public broadcaster ‘BBC’, “I’m not afraid of being fired at all. I’m proud of myself for doing this. I just do my job. Wake up every day and see how we can be a little better.” I think,” he replied.

Even in the worst situation, coach Lampard showed a confident appearance, but realistically, it is difficult for him to remain in the team now. Everton plan to sack Lampard. Coach Lampard managed to keep the team in the first division last season, but a change of manager is urgent because if changes are not made this season, they could really be relegated.

Local influential media also had the same opinion. Reporter Vinnie O’Connor of ‘Sky Sports’ in the UK also explained, “Director Lampard’s resignation is inevitable. Sooner or later, it will be announced that coach Lampard will leave Everton.”

Soon Everton will also declare an official announcement. The British ‘Telegraph’ said, “The sacking of coach Lampard will be done within 24 hours.” 먹튀검증

Meanwhile, coach Lampard is expected to leave the team without being able to fill his term at Everton. Coach Lampard, who signed a two-and-a-half-year contract with Everton early last year, is expected to step down after a year. Lampard’s ambitious plans, which continued his managerial career from Derby County in 2018 to Everton following Chelsea in 2019, failed again.

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