Frank Lampard Spotted for First Time Since Everton Sacking As He Treats Wife to Lunch Date
- Frank Lampard was recently sacked as Everton manager, exactly a year since he landed the job
- The Englishman was sacked after the Toffees slumped into relegation with 10 winless matches
- The Chelsea legend seems to have moved on from the heartache and was spotted with his wife
Chelsea legend, Frank Lampard has been spotted in public for the first time since he was sacked as Everton boss.
The legendary midfielder was shown the door at Goodison Park after he had led the Toffees to a woeful run of results.
Lampard was appointed Everton manager in January 2022, exactly one year after he had been fired by Chelsea.
According to ESPN, the Englishman succeeded Rafa Benitez, who had been handed his marching orders after a disastrous run.
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Lampard went on to steer Everton away from relegation in the final week of the 2021/22 season.
Frank Lampard's Premier League woes
However, the Merseysiders' poor streak of results cost Lampard his job at the end of January.
The Blues icon led Everton to a run of 10 games without a win, leaving the side occupying 19th place in the Premier League table, just two points from safety.
The 44-year-old was subsequently sacked, just days after the Toffees' humbling defeat against West Ham United.
The club went on to sign Sean Dyche on a two-an-a-half year deal.
Lampard spotted with his wife
Days after his sacking at Everton, Lampard has been spotted for the first time in public.
The Sun reports that the former England international was seen in London as he headed out for lunch with his wife, Christine.
The couple was spotted heading to The Ivy in Chelsea Garden in West London, with Lampard seen in a black gilet jacket and beanie.
Christine opted for a long camel-coloured coat, which she complemented with black trousers and pumps.
Lampard’s message to Everton fans
Sports Brief also reported on Lampard’s final message to Everton fans after the sacking.
He returned to the club on Thursday to say his farewell and proceeded to send out an emotional message on social media, expressing disappointment at not achieving what he set out to at the Merseyside club.
Reports claim Lampard is determined to bounce back after the sack.