The Everton football club has sacked Frank Lampard due to his poor performance and most recent loss at West Ham.
The former Chelsea manager joined Everton in January 2022, and although he helped the team avoid the relegation zone last season, he leaves Goodison Park with the division’s worst win percentage with 15 points from 20 games and three victories. The only team below Everton on goal differential is Southampton, which is currently in 19th place.
The Toffees have only gained five points in their previous 12 Premier League games, leaving them mired in 19th place.
At Goodison Park, Lampard began working in January 2022.
The former Chelsea captain is departing Everton with 15 points after 20 games, coming off three victories this campaign—the division’s worst winning percentage.
Everton supporters protested against the club’s hierarchy after Jarrod Bowen’s double condemned their team to defeat, but the board responded by sacking Lampard, a former Chelsea manager.
(News extracted from the Daily Post)
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