EVERTON: LAMPARD NOT GOOD ENOUGH - GRAY

Everton manager Frank Lampard has not been good enough at the club since his appointment at the start of the year according to Andy Gray. The former Everton player talked about Frank Lampard on the Gary Newborn Sports Show with Jewson earlier this week as the Toffees try to stay in the Premier League.

Television pundit Gray is not confident that Everton would be able to survive relegation from the English top flight this season with the club two points adrift of the last safe place currently held by Burnley though it must be pointed out that the Clarets have played one more game than Everton.

EVERTON: LAMPARD MASTERMINDS BIG LEAGUE WIN

Everton boss Frank Lampard was under a lot of pressure ahead of the home game with Manchester United in the league especially after the run of two successive defeats in the Premier League and three successive defeats in all competitions.

EVERTON: LAMPARD SECURES SECOND LEAGUE WIN

Everton manager Frank Lampard is in a better place at the moment after he masterminded a second league win of his managerial career at Goodison Park with the 1-0 home win over Newcastle United. Lampard was in celebratory mood during his post-match press conference after he had witnessed his ten-man Everton team beat Newcastle United thanks to the last gasp winner from Nigerian midfielder Alex Iwobi off the assist from substitute Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

LAMPARD SUFFERS FOURTH DEFEAT IN FIVE

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard has not the results he hoped for at the start of his Everton managerial career especially in the Premier League after the 5-0 defeat to home team Tottenham Hotspur earlier this week made it four defeats in five league games for him since he was appointed as the replacement for the sacked Rafael Benitez.

FERGUSON APPOINTED INTERIM EVERTON MANAGER

Everton have appointed Duncan Ferguson as their new manager in am interim capacity following the dismissal of Spanish tactician Rafael Benitez. Ex-Newcastle United and Liverpool boss Benitez was given a three-year deal until 2024 when the Toffees gave him the job last summer.

PUNDIT REVEALS BIGGEST LAMPARD MISTAKE

BBC pundit Garth Crooks has pointed out the biggest mistake of the short Frank Lampard managerial career at Chelsea. He talked about the mistake made by Lampard in his column for the BBC. According to him, not playing German defender Antonio Rudiger was the biggest mistake made by Frank Lampard during his time as the Chelsea manager.

Lampard attained legendary status at West London giants Chelsea after winning several titles for the club and also emerging as their all-time leading goalscorer. He was appointed as the Chelsea manager in the summer of 2019 after he led Derby County to the Championship playoffs against Aston Villa.

UNITED WINGER MENTIONS HIS TWO IDOLS

Manchester United winger Jadon Sanchohas mentioned his football idols and they are surprisingly not connected to the Red Devils. The summer signing named his idols while he was speaking with popular English media outlet TalkSPORTat the end of last month.

Sancho mentioned Chelsea legend Frank Lampard as his football idol and that he loved his composure on the ball during his time as a player. Ex-England senior national team midfielder Frank Lampard is the all-time leading goalscorer in the history of Chelsea and he was until January, the Chelsea manager having been appointed into the role in 2019. He was sacked and replaced by German tactician Thomas Tuchel who led the Blues to the Champions League triumph last season.

LAMPARD IN NORWICH CITY TALKS

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard is in talks to become the new Norwich City manager. This is according to the report from Daily Mirror which stated that Frank Lampard is the frontrunner for the managerial job at Norwich City. The England international is said to be one of the three candidates on the Norwich City managerial shortlist.

NEWCASTLE UNITED: LAMPARD NOT AGGRESSIVE ENOUGH

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard won't be the right fit for the vacant Newcastle United managerial job. This is according to ex-Tottenham Hotspur manager Tim Sherwood.

AGBONLAHOR CALLS FOR SOLSKJAER EXIT

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Ex-Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor has called on the Manchester United owners to make the big call of sacking manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer just like what West London giants Chelsea did with Frank Lampard. Ex-Villa captain Agbonlahor talked about Solskjaer and a possible sack while he was talking about the recent defeat to Villa at home on TalkSPORT.

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