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Everton manager Frank Lampard is expected to be fired.

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After less than a year in command, Everton manager Frank Lampard is expected to be fired. The Toffees have lost nine of their past ten games in all competitions, with their most recent defeat coming on Saturday at West Ham. This comes a year and a week after Rafa Benitez was let go.

Everton's situation gets more and more complex. The team has only earned three victories in its last 20 games across all competitions, and if their performance doesn't improve, they risk being demoted from the Premier League.

Everton manager Frank Lampard says he is not worried about being fired, despite his team's 2-0 loss to West Ham dropping them to 19th place in the Premier League.

Frank Lampard maintains his composure despite the pressure on him over his future as Everton's manager, saying to BBC Football following his team's 2-0 loss to West Ham, "I have absolutely no fear of getting terminated, I'm proud to do the job."

Assuring his team that he intends to stay in charge, Frank Lampard said, "I'm just doing my job. That's all I do when I wake up every morning: think about how we can get a little better. The Toffees boss did acknowledge, though, that "his team was underperforming and the club was going through terrible circumstances."

Frank Lampard wants to believe it when asked about the likelihood of keeping his squad, which is now ranked 19th in the Premier League standings: "It is impossible for me to jump into the future. With five or six games left in the previous season, we were five points from safety, but as a club, we must move forward as a unit. I have nothing negative to say about the players' attitude or approach to the game. Even though they moved slowly, we were unable to locate it in the last third. he said. 









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