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Everton Sack Frank Lampard! Chelsea Legend Loses Job Yet Again

Two years ago the Chelsea legend was sacked by the Blues and a similar fate befell him at Everton.

Everton sacked Frank Lampard as club manager following The Toffees’ defeat in the Premier League by West Ham United on Saturday (21/1).

Lampard’s side lost 2-0 to The Hammers at the London Stadium, in a game dubbed ‘El Sackico’, a reference to the situation both the team’s managers, as well as David Moyes at West Ham, were in danger of being sacked.

The defeat left Everton languishing in the relegation zone, two points from safety and the club’s board have taken the decision to remove Lampard from his post as confirmed by the Daily Mail.

Why was Lampard sacked?

GOAL understand that Everton owner Farhad Moshiri, who suddenly appeared in public at the West Ham duel, strangely claimed to sack Lampard “wasn’t his decision”. He held a meeting with other board members after the defeat.

After internal discussions, a decision was made about Lampard’s future. The dismissal of the manager was inevitable in order to reduce the chaos among the fans, even though the club’s supporters did not fully blame the legendary Chelsea for the team’s recent dilapidated achievements.

Who is the potential replacement for Lampard?

Former Wolverhampton Wanderers and Tottenham Hotspur boss Nuno Espirito Santo, who is currently coaching Saudi Arabian club Al-Ittihad, is among those being considered to replace Lampard.

Sean Dyche, who has been out of work since leaving Burnley at the end of last season, is also expected to take over at Goodison Park.

As for Lampard, this is the second time he has been sacked after being kicked out by his club when he was actively playing, Chelsea, two years ago. An official announcement regarding his dismissal is likely to be released by Everton in the near future.

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