Frank Lampard Admits He Isn’t a Miracle Worker

Frank Lampard is the manager of Everton and he is confident in his abilities as a manager. However, he is not a miracle worker after his relegation worries about the team increased.

Amadou Onana, the summer signing puts the team of Lampard ahead at home to fellow relegation battlers Southampton as the Toffees looked to make to way out of danger. The goals by James Ward-Prowse transformed the game on its head. It puts the team in the 19th position.


On the next trip to West Ham, who have been on a slide quite similar to some people asking for Lampard to step down from his position. The on-field worries come against the background of threats that are being sent to the board members before the latest defeat.

Lampard said that the team is in a tough moment thus everything is looking and feeling tough in terms of abilities but he always tries to be confident. He says that he knows that he is not a miracle worker and not the best coach in the world- proclaiming that will be stupid since many people have success behind them but knows that he has to work as hard as possible and that is it.
Lampard says that he has to work with the team that he has got and find a way to ensure us as well as possible. The message to the supporters is that he would like to create a team, one that shows passion, fight, and showcase himself as fair. Frank Lampard led the team to safety in the previous season with only one game to spare and took over Rafa Benitez midway through the campaign. A return of only 3 wins from 19 games has left the club in deep trouble.