Lampard was offered the Everton manager job

Lampard, 43, has been off the market for the last year after being fired as Chelsea

manager in January of last year and resigning from the Blues after just 18 months as

manager.

Portuguese Vitor Pereira and Caretaker Duncan Ferguson also had their second interview

for the job on Friday. However, the club decided to make a move to Lampard.

Rafael Benitez was sacked after winning just one of his final thirteen games.

A former Liverpool manager had less than seven months, and the team that is not

confident is sixteenth within the Premier League, just six points ahead of the zone of

relegation.

Pereira initially appeared to be offered the position after having “very positive” talks and

stated that officials from the club had been “enthusiastic of what I proposed to them.”

But graffiti on the Everton’s Goodison Park home this week against the move, and read

‘Pereira out Lampard into.’

On Wednesday night, over 100 supporters took part in a demonstration at Goodison about

how the club is run.

Toffee Wayne Rooney was also considered for the role; however, he did not want to discuss

with Everton because he wanted to remain with Championship Derby. Derby.

Former Rams manager Lampard had talks with Lampard about becoming Norwich manager

in November before leaving the race and the Canaries selecting Dean Smith instead.

He might be appointed Everton manager before the club plays on February 5 in the FA Cup

against Brentford.

What was the record of Lampard’s in Chelsea?

In his 13 years as an athlete for Stamford Bridge, Lampard made 648 appearances and

won 11 major awards, including the four Premier League titles and the 2012 Champions

League.

He led Chelsea to fourth and to the FA Cup final in his first season as manager, but a streak

of five losses in eight games led to him being dismissed by the club’s owner Roman

Abramovich.

Lampard’s average points-per-game at 1.67 has the lowest average among all managers, a

permanent Chelsea director of the Premier League.

In the Abramovich era and the Abramovich era, only Andre Villas-Boas (47.5 percent) has a

lower winning ratio than Lampard’s 52.4 percent in every competition among the

permanent Chelsea managers.

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