Frank Lampard sacked as Everton manager

“I’ve said that we might stay where we are and was questioned whether that is competitive enough talk. But if you are in a club where the club has moved downwards with serious investment, the conditions now are that we don’t have that investment and we are trying to rebuild. That doesn’t mean straight away you start climbing stairs. It means you have to dig in as a club and I’m prepared to dig in.”

Everton earned a point at champions Manchester City on New Year’s Eve but the surprise result failed to inspire an upturn in form as fans at Goodison Park turned on both Lampard, his players and the club’s board following a heavy defeat to Brighton to start 2023.

The atmosphere at the club and Goodison Park has turned toxic, with the club’s board advised against attending the home game against Southampton on safety grounds.

Lampard becomes the sixth manager sacked by owner Farhad Moshiri in almost seven years since becoming the majority shareholder.

Frank Lampard has lasted less than a year at Goodison Park


Lampard joined the club on deadline day in January 2022 and, despite a surge in form to avoid relegation last season, has failed to gain results to climb Everton up the table.

Lampard departs with a win ratio lower than his predecessor, the hugely unpopular Rafael Benitez.

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