Frank Lampard, I knew “Fate to Be Harded”…”Say goodbye to the coaches in advance.”

Coach Frank Lampard knew his fate.

Frank Lampard

Everton said on the club’s website on the 23rd, “Coach Lampard will leave the club. I would like to express my gratitude for his one-year commitment.

Coach Frank Lampard took the helm of Everton in January last year after passing through Derby County and Chelsea. At that time, Everton were struggling in the relegation zone, so it was not easy. However, Lampard finished 16th with 6 wins, 2 draws and 10 losses in 18 English Premier League matches. Finally, he succeeded in staying.

Hishalisson left ahead of this season, but he succeeded in reinforcing the squad by adding the transfer fee and additional budget. It spent 78 million euros on Amadu Onana, Dwight McNeill, Neil Moffe, James Garner and Idrissa Geye.

However, the results were below expectations. He played 20 EPL games and finished 19th in the league with 3 wins, 6 draws and 11 losses (15 points). There has even been no victory in the last eight games (two draws and six losses), raising pressure for relegation. Eventually, Everton entered the meeting after a 0–2 defeat at West Ham United and finally decided to replace Lampard.

Lampard knew his fate. England’s ‘The Sun’ reported on the 24th, “Coach Lampard knew his last game was over when the whistle sounded at the end of the match against West Ham. And I said goodbye to the staff before I left London Stadium.

The media added an Everton source. “Rampard knew everything would be over if he didn’t get a result against West Ham. This is why he secretly said goodbye to the coaches. Lampard is not a fool. “I was guessing what was going to happen,” he explained.

Frank Lampard, I knew “Fate to Be Harded”…”Say goodbye..

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