Everton’s Frank Lampard Backed To Revive Fortunes At Goodison Park
Frank Lampard at Everton
The former Chelsea manager has been unveiled as the replacement for Rafa Benitez.
The Spaniard was sacked after just six months in charge after the Toffees’ slumped to 16th in the Premier League table.
Although, Lampard is now 10/1 from 14/1 to lead Everton into the top half by the end of the season.
The Toffees are also a 15/8 shot to go unbeaten in their first three games under Lampard against Brentford, Newcastle and Leeds.
Relegation Odds Ease
The threat of relegation has also eased according to the latest betting, which rates Everton as 9/2 shots to drop to the Championship from 4/1 just 24 hours ago.
Donny Van de Beek is set to join Lampard at Goodison Park after undergoing a medical.
The Toffees’ transfer deadline day activity could be far from over with Dele Alli plummeting into 4/6 from 7/1.
A return to the club for Ross Barkley however is getting less likely. He is now 4/1 from 9/4 on Monday morning to make the move back to Everton.
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About new Everton manager Frank Lampard:
Lampard is considered to be one of Chelsea’s greatest ever players and indeed one of the best midfielders of all-time.
He holds the record of most goals by a midfielders and has scored the highest number of goals from outside the box; 41.
While at Chelsea, he won three Premier League titles, four FA Cups, two Football League Cups and two Community Shields. He also won one Champions League and one Europa League.
He was part of the England squad from 1997-2014. He earned 106 caps and scored 29 goals for his country.
Before being appointed as manager of Everton, he managed Derby and former club Chelsea.
Last year he named the five best teammates he played with during his career including four Chelsea greats along with one player from Man City.
1. John Terry & Didier Drogba (Dead Heat)
3. Eden Hazard
4. Gianfranco Zola
5. Sergio Aguero