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Relegation zone’ Everton, former Burnley manager likely to succeed Lampard

Everton announced on the 24th (Korean time) that they had sacked manager Frank Lampard on the club’s official website. Coach Lampard left the team after a year of taking over Everton’s baton in January of last year.

Lampard, who took over as manager Rafael Benítez, succeeded in remaining after finishing the season in 16th place last year. The tough fight continued in the 2022-23 season. Everton is fighting for relegation, staying in 19th place with 3 wins, 6 draws and 11 losses (15 points) in 20 matches. There is not much difference from Wolverhampton (17 points), the remaining Maginot Line, but the club pulled out a knife in a situation where there was no victory in the last 8 league games.

Now, attention is gathering on the successor manager to command Everton. The British daily ‘Mirror’ reported that former Burnley manager Sean Dyche is leading the way. Another candidate is Marcelo Bielsa, but it is evaluated as less likely.

Meanwhile, former Southampton manager Ralph Hazenhuttl and West Bromwich manager Carlos Corberan are also linked to Everton.스포츠토토

Director Daichi is a leader who left behind his own achievements at Burnley. He managed Burnley for close to 10 years, from October 2012 to April 2022. In the meantime, he has led Burnley to promotion twice, and has also managed to keep Burnley in the Premier League for six consecutive seasons. Their best finish in the Premier League is 7th.

He is also well known for playing thick soccer. Using a tall striker with good athleticism, he aims for victory while making good use of long passes. Prefer simple but effective attacks. It can be a suitable option for Everton, who needs grades rather than performance right now.

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