English Premier League Strugglers Everton, have reportedly fired their Manager Frank Lampard after a series of poor results this season.
The Toffees are joint bottom after Saturday’s 2-0 Prem loss at fellow strugglers West Ham.
According to skysports news, Everton have reportedly made a decision on Frank Lampard’s future.
“The expectation is that at some point today Frank Lampard will be leaving his post as Everton manager.”
“At some point today it will be announced that Frank Lampard will be leaving his post as Everton Manager”
Owner Farhad Moshiri led an emergency board meeting as they mulled over sacking ex-England star Lampard.
Moshiri faces huge financial pressure to keep the club up after having to sell key stars like Richarlison to Tottenham in a deal worth up to £60 million and fund the £500m new stadium they move to next year.
After attending his first Everton game in 14 months, Moshiri was asked about Lampard’s future.
But he bizarrely replied: “I can’t comment. It’s not my decision.”
The Toffees are currently 19th on the Premier league table having lost 11 games out of 20.
Lampard has won only 9 of his 38 Premier League games in charge of Everton.
Everton’s next match is at home to Arsenal on February 4 before the Merseyside derby against Liverpool on February 13.