Everton sacked Lampard, hoping to get out of the relegation circle

Everton sacked Lampard, hoping to get out of the relegation circle
Everton sacked Lampard, hoping to get out of the relegation circle
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Everton sacked Lampard, hoping to get out of the relegation circle


Tuesday – 2 Rajab 1444 AH – January 24, 2023 AD Issue No [
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Lampard failed in his mission (AFP)

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London: «Asharq Al-Awsat»

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Everton, who is in the penultimate position in the English Premier League, sacked the services of its coach, Frank Lampard, immediately, yesterday, after a series of poor results left the club facing a relegation battle.
And with the succession of Everton’s defeats, which will meet in the next two matches with Arsenal and Liverpool, the Everton administration found no way but to dismiss Lampard. In the hope that the new coach will instill a fighting spirit in the team, which is in great danger of relegation this season.
Everton played two matches at home against Wolverhampton and Southampton, who were at the bottom of the league standings, and lost to them 2-1, then came his visit this week to his struggling counterpart, West Ham, where he was required to correct the matter, but he was easily defeated 2-0.
Everton scored 15 points from the first 20 games of the season, the worst toll in the club’s history, and it became difficult to know where the next victory would come from if Frank Lampard remained in office.
Lampard had won the support of the club’s owner, Farhad Moshiri, this week, but the defeat by West Ham fueled the previously agreed protests from the fans at the “Goodison Park” stadium against the board, the technical director and also the players, after the team entered into a struggle for survival for the second season in a row. .
Everton signed Lampard in January 2022 after leading Chelsea from 2019 to 2021 and Derby County in the second division in the 2018-2019 season. The club for Spaniard Rafael Benitez, but failed in his mission.

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