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.

Sherwood talked about Frank Lampard and the Newcastle United job. He said that the Blues legend has more of an astute personality rather than an aggressive personality and that aggressiveness is needed for the difficult Newcastle United job.

Frank Lampard is one of several names who have been linked with the managerial job at Newcastle United after the exit of Steve Bruce on Wednesday. Apart from Lampard, others like Paulo Fonseca, Eddie Howe and Lucien Favre have been linked with the aforementioned Newcastle United job.
It was an open secret that the new owners didn't want Steve Bruce in charge of the team once their takeover was approved. The Saudi-led consortium that worked on the Newcastle United takeover finally heaved a sigh of relief when it was approved as they had been on the approval for many months.
The new owners left Steve Bruce in charge for one game under their tenure and that was the Premier League clash with Tottenham Hotspur which ended in a 3-2 win for the North Londoners away from home. It was game number 1000 in management for Bruce but he could not celebrate it with a win despite taking the lead courtesy Callum Wilson.
Steve Bruce lost his job on Wednesday and Graeme Jones was left in charge of the team for two games against the London duo of Crystal Palace and Chelsea. With Jones in charge, Newcastle United were able to earn a point at the home of Palace. England international Wilson scored on 65 minutes to cancel out the opener from Belgian striker Christian Benteke nine minutes earlier.
Newcastle United faced a lot of chances against Palace and their fans would have been delighted with a point from the game. For now, the Magpies are still without a win in the league this season.