Lampard faces axe as Everton maintain emergency assembly with Rooney within the working

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EVERTON held disaster talks  yesterday as Frank Lampard faces being axed.

The Toffees are joint backside after Saturday’s 2-0 Prem loss at fellow strugglers West Ham.

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Below-pressure supervisor Frank Lampard says he would not worry the sack however his future at Goodison Park appears to be like bleakCredit score: Getty
Ex-Everton, Man Utd and England striker Wayne Rooney, now boss of DC United, is rated a contender for the Toffees' job if Lampard goes

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Ex-Everton, Man Utd and England striker Wayne Rooney, now boss of DC United, is rated a contender for the Toffees’ job if Lampard goesCredit score: Getty

Proprietor Farhad Moshiri led an emergency board assembly as they mulled over sacking ex-England star Lampard.

Moshiri faces enormous monetary stress to maintain the membership up after having to promote key stars like Richarlison to Tottenham — in a deal price as much as £60million —  and fund the £500m new stadium they transfer to subsequent yr.

After attending his first Everton sport in 14  months, Moshiri was requested about Lampard’s  future.

However he bizarrely replied: “I can’t comment. It’s  not my decision.”

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Ex-Toffees stars Kevin Campbell and Alan Stubbs mocked Moshiri’s declare.

Stubbs tweeted: “Not my decision? Whose is it then?”

Former striker Campbell replied: “I can’t believe all this foolishness!”  

Everton’s subsequent match is  at residence to Arsenal on February 4 earlier than the Merseyside derby in opposition to Liverpool on February 13.

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However Lampard, 44, stated: “I completely don’t worry being sacked —  I’m proud to do the job. 

“I simply rise up every single day and suppose how we will get  higher.”

Sean Dyche, Nuno Espirito Santo and Everton legend Wayne Rooney are amongst candidates tipped to exchange Lamps.



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