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Everton sack Frank Lampard – The Athletic

Frank Lampard has been sacked before everton After losing 2-0 at West Ham United team.

The Everton ownership made the decision to part ways with Lampard on Monday.

The club confirmed the news on Monday evening and said they had “started the process of securing a new coach”.

the athlete Reported before the official announcement that Marcelo Bielsa Among the candidates everton Chairman Farhad Moshiri has spoken about succeeding Lampard as manager.

Lampard’s side lost 2-1 to the 20th-placed team Southampton Last weekend and their latest defeat prompted the board to act, with Everton only bottom of the table on goal difference.

The Merseyside club has recorded just three wins in 20 years Premier League Matches this season, the last to face Crystal Palace On 22 October. No team has yet won fewer games in the division.

Ahead of the Southampton game, Everton owner Farhad Moshiri had given Lampard his support but, after West Ham’s loss, claimed that sacking him “wasn’t his decision”.

But defeat by West Ham, fellow strugglers this season, was a huge loss for Lampard.

A club statement on Monday night read: “Everyone at Everton would like to thank Frank and his coaching staff for their service during a difficult 12 months.

“The commitment and dedication of Frank and his team has been exemplary throughout their time at the club however recent results and current position in the league mean this difficult decision had to be made. We wish Frank and all his backroom team the very best in their future in the game.”

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Everton said Paul Tait and Leighton Baines would undergo training until a new manager was appointed.

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Lampard took over at Everton in January 2022, following the departure of Rafa Benitez. Under Lampard, Everton avoided relegation last season and finished with 39 points.

After a summer that saw £84m spent on seven permanent signings, Everton have started the 2022-23 campaign in form. They lost just two of their first eight league matches and at the start of October, they sat in 11th place in the Premier League.

This is the second time that Lampard has been relieved of his duties in a Premier League team. In January 2021, he was dismissed by Chelsea After a bad run of form he left his former club in ninth place.

Host Everton top of the standings Arsenal In their next match on Saturday 4 February before the Merseyside derby vs Liverpool nine days later.

Everton said Joe Edwards, Paul Clement, Ashley Cole and Chris Jones had all left the club but Alan Kelly would remain goalkeeper coach.

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