Frank Lampard: 4 Teams Chelsea Legend Could Manage After Everton Sacking

Frank Lampard: 4 Teams Chelsea Legend Could Manage After Everton Sacking

  • Frank Lampard was shown the door at Everton after a series of poor results that saw the team go 10 games without a win
  • The Toffees' most recent outing under the tutelage of Lampard ended in a 2-0 defeat at the hands of West Ham United
  • Everton's disappointing run now has them languishing in the relegation zone with just 15 points after 20 games

Frank Lampard was rendered jobless on Monday, January 24, after he was sacked as the Everton manager.

The Chelsea legend has been at the helm of affairs at Goodison Park for months, having taken charge of the club back in

Lampard succeeded Rafa Benitez who had been sacked at the time following a string of poor results.

Frank Lampard, Everton, Premier League, Brighton, Goodison Park.
Frank Lampard is disappointed during the Premier League match between Everton FC and Brighton at Goodison Park. Photo by Richard Sellers.
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However, just like his predecessor, the ex-Chelsea boss did not last for long, with Everton resolving to part ways with him after hitting a rough patch.

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The legendary midfielder has led the Toffees to a 10-game winless run that has seen them drop to the relegation zone.

Which club could sign Lampard?

Despite his unceremonious sacking, Lampard is unlikely to stay out of job for long.

According to Daily Star, there are at least five teams that could snap up the former Derby boss.

Derby County and Stoke headline a list of teams that could push to secure the services of the Englishman.

Lampard started off his managerial career at Derby and nearly secured them a promotion to the top flight.

Italian side Como and the England U21s are the other teams that Lamps could join, with the former currently under the leadership of former Chelsea players, including Cesc Fabregas and Dennis Wise.

Everton fans confront bosses

Sports Brief had earlier reported that Lampard's first managerial job, since he was sacked at Stamford Bridge, is not going the way he would have wanted.

He took over the club in January last year and spent the first months of his reign fighting against and succeeding in avoiding relegation, but the club faces the same battle exactly a year on.

Owner of Everton, Farhad Moshiri has faced backlash for his comments in which he backed the coach and blamed the fans for driving away top managers, such as Carlo Ancelotti and Rafa Benitez.

Source: Sports Brief News