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newsfootball2 months ago

Players and fans have reacted positively to make it a unified club, claims Frank Lampard

Everton manager Frank Lampard has asserted that the players and fans have reacted positively to their relegation prospects to make it a unified club that will aim to survive the drop by the end of the season. The Toffees are currently 16th and are two points outside the relegation zone.
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newsfootball2 months ago

Stakes for Everton’s relegation battle are bigger than when I won Premier League, asserts Frank Lampard

Everton boss Frank Lampard has revealed that the stakes for the Toffees’ battle against relegation is higher than when he won the Premier League title because of what it means to the fans. The Toffees have dragged themselves out of the relegation zone but still sit one point above the drop zone.
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newsfootball2 months ago

There are some fine margins in football but we’ve got seven huge games, asserts Frank Lampard

Everton boss Frank Lampard believes that the Toffees can survive and go on to replicate the success that West Ham United have had in the near future but added that their focus is on the now. The Goodison Park side have endured a tough season and currently sit just one point above the drop zone.
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newsfootball3 months ago

If we carry our performance from yesterday things will go in our favour, proclaims Frank Lampard

Everton coach Frank Lampard has claimed that his side can overturn their dismal form to stave off relegation at the end of the season if they begin to replicate performances like that of against West Ham. Everton produced a strong showing but suffered a 2-1 defeat to the London club on Sunday.
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featurefootball3 months ago

Everton's empty philosophy has finally caught up to them

Sustained midtable finishes and aspirations for being among the European elites in the Premier League is a long way away for the Toffees as they navigate through the trials and tribulations of a relegation tussle. Their lack of know-how and incompetence could be their undoing this summer.
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newsfootball4 months ago

It was an amazing night and I broke my hand celebrating, reveals Frank Lampard

Everton manager Frank Lampard has admitted that he broke his hand celebrating his side’s late goal against Newcastle in the Premier League while also asserting that it was an amazing night for the club. Everton played a high-stakes game against the Magpies on Thursday and secured a 1-0 victory.
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newsfootball4 months ago

Match against Newcastle is absolutely huge for Everton, proclaims Jamie Carragher

Former Liverpool player Jamie Carragher has asserted that Everton’s Premier League encounter against Newcastle will be the most important match in the club’s history after their loss to Wolves on Sunday. The Merseyside club hosts the Magpies on Thursday as both teams try to avoid relegation.
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newsfootball5 months ago

Everton asked me to interview but I turned them down, reveals Wayne Rooney

Derby County boss Wayne Rooney has confirmed that Everton did ask him to interview as their next manager but he turned them down as he still has a job to do with the Rams. The Manchester United legend has won plaudits for the work that he has done this season, despite all the constrictions.
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newsfootball5 months ago

Reports | Frank Lampard is Everton's leading candidate to replace Rafael Benitez

According to Sky Sports, former Chelsea and Derby County boss Frank Lampard is now the leading candidate to be appointed as Everton’s new manager within the next few days. The English manager alongside Duncan Ferguson and Vitor Pereira were the Toffees’ top three choices to replace Rafael Benitez.
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newsfootball5 months ago

Reports | Frank Lampard, Vítor Pereira and Duncan Ferguson in running to replace Rafael Benitez

According to the Guardian, Frank Lampard, Vítor Pereira and Duncan Ferguson have all made the final interviews to be Everton’s next manager and replace Rafael Benitez. The Toffees sacked Benitez after a horrid run of results that have placed the club only four points above the relegation zone.
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