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.

Frank Lampard to Increase Team Performance in 2023

Frank Lampard as coach of Everton insists that the club has made progress since the last season. However, he admits that improvements are required when they return to play in the Premier League. When the World Cup started the Blues were on a break.

FRANK LAMPARD FACING TWO MAJOR DECISION AT EVERTON

Everton are next in action against Newcastle United in the Premier League and Frank Lampard is facing some selection posers. The Blues suffered their second consecutive defeat at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday evening. Second-half goals from Harry Kane and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg secured all three points for Antonio Conte's side. However, with his squad now almost at full strength, Frank Lampard is set to face some significant selection dilemmas. And with that in mind, we have taken a look at the changes he could make to his starting line-up for Wednesday’s game.

LAMPARD LEADS EVERTON TO FIRST WIN

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard was the mastermind as Everton picked up their first win of the season in the Premier League. Everton boss Frank Lampard and his players recorded their first three points of the season thanks to the slim win over West Ham United.

GRAHAM POTTER CAN REVERSE MAJOR FRANK LAMPARD DECISION AT CHELSEA

Graham Potter could look to reverse one of Frank Lampard's transfer decisions at Chelsea if he is appointed as Thomas Tuchel's successor. Potter is currently travelling to London to hold talks with the Blues over the vacant managerial position at Stamford Bridge, football.london understands. Tuchel was sacked on Wednesday morning following the 1-0 defeat to Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League opener on Tuesday night.

EVERTON: LAMPARD BAGS ANOTHER WIN

Frank Lampard has masterminded the first win of the season for Evertonafter the slim away win over League One side Fleetwood Town in the second round of the EFL Cup. Frank Lampard and Everton were winless before the game against Fleetwood Town at Highbury Stadium on Tuesday.

VIEW: EVERTON TRANSFER BUSINESS COULD HINT AT LAMPARD TACTICS CHANGE

Everton could completely change tactics after Dwight McNeil transfer. Everton have now made their third signing of the summer with English winger Dwight McNeil and he could be key to a potential tactics revolution. The Toffees announced the purchase of the now former Burnley man on 28 July with McNeil signing a five-year deal after Ruben Vinagre and James Tarkowski came in to solidify the defence.

CHELSEA ACE BILLY GILMOUR KEEN ON MOVING TO EVERTON THIS SUMMER

According to talkSPORT, Everton may have received a boost in their pursuit of Chelsea prospect Billy Gilmour. The Scottish international has emerged as a loan target for the Toffees, and the youngster is open to the switch as he wants to reunite with Frank Lampard. Gilmour joined Chelsea from Scottish giants Rangers in the summer of 2017. The 21-year-old broke into the first-team setup at Stamford Bridge under Lampard, making his senior debut in 2019. The young midfielder went on to make a big impression with some of his performances early in his career and looked primed for a more prominent role until an injury derailed his progress.

LAMPARD HAS MIDFIELD TRANSFER DILEMMA AS HARRY WINKS FEARS EXPRESSED

As the younger element of one of football’s best-known father and son duos – and surely the most-illustrious to share the same name – Frank Lampard would be best-served solving Everton’s midfield problems by regenerating himself. However, in the absence of a time machine that can turn back the clock a couple of decades, the Blues boss, who celebrated his 44th birthday earlier this week, instead must look for others to try and emulate the kind of role he fulfilled with such vigour during his own playing days.

INCOMING EVERTON SIGNING TARKOWSKI COULD SPELL END FOR BRANTHWAITE

Everton are reportedly closing in on a deal for Burnley’s James Tarkowski and that could see young defender Jarrad Branthwaite leave the club. It was revealed [Daily Mail, 2 June] that Frank Lampard and Everton are growing increasingly confident of bringing the 29-year-old to the club. Tarkowski would bring much-needed experience to the Toffees’ relatively young back-line and would be an excellent signing for Lampard. However, with news of the England international’s potential incoming could mean Branthwaite leaves Goodison Park.

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