Former Chelsea coach has been sacked from his role
Everton is now 19th in the Premier League standings and for that former Chelsea coach, Frank Lampard has been sacked even though Lampard helped the team avoid relegation last season. After their 2-1 win at Goodison Park on January 14, they are tied with Southampton for the fewest points in the league.
Frank Lampard was fired as Everton’s manager after the team lost 2-0 to West Ham on Saturday. Everton fell to 19th place in the Premier League rankings after the loss.
Everton’s owner, Farhad Moshiri, went to the team’s loss at the London Stadium. It was his first game since October 2021. Lampard was kicked off the team after this game, which was the third straight league loss for the Toffees.
Everton has the worst winning percentage of any team in the Premier League. Even though he was a key part of the team’s success last year, he is leaving Everton with only 15 points from 20 games and three wins. Everton is now 19th in the league table, and the only team below them in terms of goal difference is Southampton.
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Everton fans protested against the club’s management in the streets after Jarrod Bowen scored two goals that cost their team the game. However, the board of directors only fired Lampard as a result.