Everton has appointed former Chelsea boss Frank Lampard.
The ex-Chelsea midfielder and manager has decided to take over as the manager of Everton and has agreed on a two-and-a-half-year deal.
He has been out of work since his sack by Chelsea back in January 2021.
He replaced Rafa Benitez who was recently sacked after a poor run of performances in his last few games as a manager.
Everton vows to secure their status in the English top-flight and Frank Lampard seems to be the right man to take that role.
“I’m very hungry to get started. After speaking to the owner, chairman and the board, I very much felt their passion and ambition. I hope they felt my ambition and how hard I want to work to bring it together,” Lampard said in a statement.
“I think Everton is a unique club in that you can really understand what the fans want to see.
“The first thing they want is fight and desire and that must always be our baseline,” Lampard added.
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