Frank Lampard’s Everton Tenure Set to End After Poor Run of Results…

Farhad Moshiri’s visit to Goodison Park on Saturday marked the beginning of the end for Everton manager Frank Lampard. The former Chelsea boss still needs to turn around the fortunes of the Merseyside club, which is currently joint-bottom of the Premier League and without a win in 10 matches in all competitions. Since his arrival in January 2022, Lampard has overseen just three wins in 20 league games and 15 points from a possible 60.

The club was also knocked out of both domestic cup competitions, and with relegation now a distinct possibility, the writing appears to be on the wall for the Englishman.

According to reports, the defeat to West Ham United was the final straw for Moshiri, who is now expected to act swiftly and dispense with Lampard’s services. After his first match in attendance for some months, the Everton owner will no doubt be keen to see a swift improvement in the team’s form and results.

A successor in the Goodison Park hot seat is yet to be determined, but with the club’s Premier League status in the balance, the new manager will likely have to be someone with a proven record of success in the top flight. It promises to be a crucial decision for Moshiri and his team as they look to stave off the threat of relegation and get Everton back to the top end of the table.

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