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Frank Lampard says he has no fear of losing his job

Frank Lampard says he has no fear of losing his job

Frank Lampard says he has no fear of losing his job

Frank Lampard says he has no fear of losing his job

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  • Everton lost 2-0 to West Ham at the London Stadium on Saturday.
  • Lampard’s longest winless run as a manager in league action is six matches.
  • Toffees are 19th in the Premier League and have not won since October.
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Frank Lampard, the Everton manager, insisted he had no fear of losing his job after witnessing his team lose to West Ham at the London Stadium on Saturday in the Premier League.

David Moyes, the previous manager of the Toffees, won a much-needed victory thanks to two goals from Jarrod Bowen in the first half.

The Toffees haven’t had a Premier League victory since October, and they currently sit 19th in the relegation zone.

Lampard’s longest winless run as a manager in league action is Everton’s awful run of six loses and two draws.

“I don’t go that far down the line to be afraid. I simply do my job. “I get up every day thinking about how we might improve – it’s as easy as that,” he told BBC Radio 5 Live.

After the defeat, Lampard admitted that the club is going through “tough circumstances,” saying that when he arrived at Goodison Park a year ago, the squad was already in difficulties, so he knew the task ahead would be difficult.

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“We had a big fight [last season] and stayed in the league,” he told Match of the Day. “We lost Richarlison and now have tried to build around it, so it is normal we are battling again when other clubs are attempting to move on.

“History moves on, and nothing gives you the right to compete with them. You will face difficulties if you do not act. We are in difficult circumstances, and everyone must strive to move forward. It’s not conceivable for me to travel into the future. Last season, we were five points from safety with five or six games remaining, but we must move forward as a team.

“I can’t complain with the players’ attitude or how they handled the game. They may have passed it slowly, but we were unable to locate it in the last third.”

Farhad Moshiri, the owner of Everton, declined to comment when asked if Lampard ought to be dismissed while he was at London Stadium to watch his club play for the first time in 14 months.

“I’m unable to comment. It’s not my choice, “He stated to Sky Sports.

In the third round of the FA Cup and the Carabao Cup this year, Everton has also been eliminated.

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