John EbrellWho takes the caretaker manager job if Lampard and his team are sacked now?
Rumoured to have leapfrogged the Galloot in the pecking order and about to become a key member of the Everton first team coaching staff. A successor to Benitez might be pushing it time-wise, but he's apparently done well as a youth development coach. I'm sure he'll be doing all his coaching...www.grandoldteam.com
There is absolutely nothing to suggest that he has been "told to go"….seems strange this happens on the day training resumed. Surely if he wanted to pursue a job elsewhere, he would’ve gone when the season finished.
Perhaps he got in this morning & somebody had already put the cones out or he was asked to pay for his full English. The reality is he might well have been told to go & given a hefty pay off.
Feels like he's been scapegoated for a lot of the underperformance down the years tbh. I've been critical at times meself as it has felt like jobs for the bhoys at times but he's a big personality around the club.
When you consider Dunc, Richarlison and possibly Mina all gone this summer thats 3 big personalities that everyone in and around the club seem to love.
Hopefully it doesn't destabilise us.
Over to you DaveTop bloke, loves the club and has been nothing but loyal.
Didn't have the trust of the club to take on the management role full time, so he has done the right thing for his career. Wish him nothing but the best of luck.
Any one who speaks negative about this guy is a complete tool.
One dimensional, the bloke has managed a few games. He has coached every age range throughout the academy and has the highest qualification in coaching, that take years to obtain. Frank made multiple mistakes last season, but deserves time to develop his ideas and implement them over a period of time. Dunc would also deserve this before being judged.Love the fella, but delighted he’s moving on.
Football in its current head, has no room for sentiment. He has shown now, that he’s very one dimensional in his management approach.
I’d love him to go away, come back and win a lot, I just doubt it. He’s very much a modern day legend for Everton, which is probably a problem in how much we’ve failed over the last 25 years.
Still, my fsvourite player of all time, and wish him well.
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