Everton boss Frank Lampard waits to hear if he will be sacked as owner Moshiri searches for a replacement

Everton boss Frank Lampard will learn his fate TODAY as owner Farhad Moshiri searches for his replacement despite bizarrely stating it was ‘not his decision’, with Sean Dyche NOT the candidate.

<!–

<!–

<!–

<!–

<!–

<!–

Frank Lampard will know his fate on Monday, with Everton set to end his 357-day reign as manager.

The 44-year-old is aware that a run of 11 defeats in 14 games, dating back to October, is unsustainable and he clashed with Farhad Moshiri, the club’s owner, after a 2-0 loss to West Ham on Saturday.

Everton are in danger of suffering their first relegation since 1951 and, with matches against Arsenal and Liverpool, it is imperative that the club act quickly to find a solution. It is understood that Sean Dyche, the former Burnley manager, is not among those being considered for the role.

Everton sit 19th in the Premier League table after losing at West Ham on Saturday afternoon.

Everton sit 19th in the Premier League table after losing at West Ham on Saturday afternoon.

The Toffees won just 12 of 44 games under Frank Lampard, losing 24 of them.

The Toffees won just 12 of 44 games under Frank Lampard, losing 24 of them.

The Toffees won just 12 of 44 games under Frank Lampard, losing 24 of them.

Former Chelsea and Derby boss Lampard spoke to owner Moshiri and chairman Bill Kenwright over the weekend, along with director of football Kevin Thelwell, agreeing that things will change after Saturday’s 2-2 defeat. 0 in West Ham.

Moshiri surprisingly abdicated responsibility for what the future held for Lampard as he walked out of the London stadium, telling a Sky Sports News reporter that it’s “not my decision” about the coaches.

The comment was met with disbelief.

The Everton players have been given time off and will not return to their Finch Farm training complex until Tuesday afternoon, although it remains to be seen who will oversee the planned session if, as expected, Lampard and his staff will fired.

One option would be to promote former player Leighton Baines, who is now in charge of the Under 18s, and Under 21 head coach Paul Tait to oversee matters.

Owner Farhad Moshiri has already begun his search for Lampard's replacement at Goodison

Owner Farhad Moshiri has already begun his search for Lampard's replacement at Goodison

Owner Farhad Moshiri has already begun his search for Lampard’s replacement at Goodison

Spare Lampard, who has 18 months left on his contract, and his five staff won’t be cheap for an owner who has so far paid close to £40m in severance payments to five previous managers since May 2016 – only Carlo Ancelotti has has been. by his own will.

Dyche has been heavily linked in recent weeks – Moshiri sounded him out in October 2017 when Ronald Koeman left – but the former Burnley boss has not been approached and is not high on the shortlist.

Former Wolves and Tottenham boss Nuno Espirito Santo was interviewed after Ancelotti’s departure in June 2021, but is now at Al-Ittihad in Saudi Arabia on a £7m release clause.

Former Burnley boss Sean Dyche is believed not to be a candidate if Lampard loses his job.

Former Burnley boss Sean Dyche is believed not to be a candidate if Lampard loses his job.

Former Burnley boss Sean Dyche is believed not to be a candidate if Lampard loses his job.

.