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Frank Lampard may have to dip into the Championship or abroad after Everton sacking


Frank Lampard didn’t have to be a football manager. Financially secure after a glittering playing career and articulate enough for media and ambassadorial work, he chose to get his hands dirty in arguably the hardest jobs in the Premier League.

If he regrets it having now been sacked by both Chelsea and Everton, it’s probably only fleeting.

Football has been in Lampard’s blood since watching dad Frank Sr play for West Ham player so it’s natural for him to want to carry on. 

Frank Lampard may have to look outside the Premier League for his next job after Everton

Frank Lampard may have to look outside the Premier League for his next job after Everton

Everton's 2-0 defeat at West Ham on Saturday proved the final straw as Lampard was sacked

Everton’s 2-0 defeat at West Ham on Saturday proved the final straw as Lampard was sacked

The result leaves the Toffees second bottom in the Premier League table, with just 15 points

The result leaves the Toffees second bottom in the Premier League table, with just 15 points

The big question is…



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