google-site-verification=0bx1QYafX4YUxAV2RLbOiDD2WzOMRAju_YMPZqdCR1E Everton fired Frank Lampard after their loss to West Ham, putting them 19th in the Premier League table.

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Everton fired Frank Lampard after their loss to West Ham, putting them 19th in the Premier League table.

Everton sacked manager Frank Lampard following their 2-0 loss to West Ham on Saturday, which dropped them to 19th place in the Premier League and left them without a win in 10 matches across all competitions.

After Everton owner Farhad Moshiri attended his first match since October 2021, Lampard was fired. The Toffees lost at the London Stadium, their third consecutive league loss.

Even though he helped Everton avoid the drop last season, the former Chelsea manager left the club with the worst victory record in the division, 15 points from 20 games and three wins, when he took over at Goodison Park in January 2022. Everton is 19th in the table, with goal difference only separating them from Southampton.

Kaveh Solhekol, the chief reporter for Sky Sports News, has been informed that former Burnley manager Sean Dyche is one of the candidates to take over for Everton and that the club is also a big fan of Brentford's Thomas Frank. In an interview with Sky Sports News following Everton's weekend loss in London, Moshiri said, "it's not my decision" when asked if Lampard's time was up. However, in his final post-match interview, the head coach insisted that he remained focused on the challenge at hand.

When asked if Lampard's time at Everton was up, Moshiri told Sky Sports News, "it's not my decision," while the head coach insisted he was still focused on the task at hand in his final post-match interview.

Lampard told Sky Sports, "It's my job to work, focus, and keep my head down." I'm completely certain of how I want to coach. And if, for a variety of reasons that I am well aware of, they are currently difficult conditions, then that is it. I just have to do my job, and I shouldn't make too many distractions from what I can influence, which is the players trying to get the right results.

Soccer Saturday was told by Sky Sports pundit Paul Merson that he did not think Lampard had lost the commitment of the players, but he did question the quality of the players at his disposal.