Will Everton coach Frank Lampard achieve a rebound with the support of the owner?

Manager Lampard took over as a firefighter at Everton, which was in crisis in January of last year. Everton, which was on the verge of relegation, managed to survive by climbing to 16th place with a four-point lead.

As a result, he remained, but did not achieve a dramatic reversal. The performance was also not impressive, so the eyes of concern were still there.

Coach Lampard had to prove it with results. Even at the beginning of the season, it was cruising like a show. Although the number of wins was small, they accumulated points one by one, such as running an undefeated march in 6 consecutive games (2 wins, 4 draws).

However, from October of last year, it collapsed rapidly. They faced a crisis, including two three-game losing streak. In the last round against Brighton & Hove Albion, they lost 1-4 and failed to win in their 6th game. 1 win, 2 draws and 7 losses in the last 10 matches.

The rankings also plummeted. They are currently in 18th place in the relegation zone with 15 points from 3 wins, 6 draws and 9 losses. There is no difference between 17th place West Ham United (15 points), but the gap with 20th place Southampton (12 points) is only 3 points. 바카라사이트

In particular, this weekend, a 6-point stand-off with Southampton at the bottom of the ladder is predicted. It is like facing a crossroads between a rebound and a fall.

As the importance of the match is great, Everton fans are also planning a group action. British media ‘Sky Sports’ said on the 12th (Korean time), “Everton fans plan to protest to the board on the day of the Southampton game.”

Everton’s owner Farhad Moshiri, aware of this fact, requested support and support from fans through a statement.

“I’m sure there are technical and experienced professionals in our club,” Moshiri said. “Everyone agrees that the current performance needs improvement. We can move in a constructive and positive direction.”

In the meantime, Everton have gone through Roberto Martinez, Ronald Koeman, Sam Allardyce, Marco Silva and manager Rafael Benitez.

Moshiri asked for patience through ‘Talk Sports’, saying, “Some of the decisions we made were made with the fans. The managers who left before were initially moved by the fans, not by me.”

Finally, Moshiri sent support, saying, “For the system to work, there must be a manager and he must recruit players. I believe that Lampard will be able to do well.”

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