Reporter Park Joo-seong = Coach Frank Lampard wants a quick comeback.
The British media ‘The Sun’ reported on the 25th (Korean time), “Director Frank Lampard, who was sacked from Everton, said that Everton’s nightmare would make him stronger.”
Lampard, a world-class player, walked the path of a leader after his active retirement. However, looking at the situation so far, it is difficult to see him as a success. This is because he was sacked from Chelsea and Everton in succession. 스포츠토토
Recently, Everton sacked Lampard as the team fell into a crisis, such as falling into the relegation zone. However, coach Lampard has no intention of collapsing like this. According to the media, coach Lampard wants a quick comeback.
A source said: “Coach Lampard was devastated by what was going on at Everton. He loved Everton and he loved the fans. He worked tirelessly to achieve his goals. He admits he is lacking, but at the same time he thinks his experience has only made him stronger as a manager.”
“He is 100% looking at his future. He will take a vacation and reflect, but he will want to return soon. Going abroad, such as Spain, the Netherlands, Germany and even the US, is attractive to Lampard. He thinks he needs a fresh start for a new setting.”
The source continued: “Coach Lampard started with a ton of baggage at his last two clubs, Chelsea and Everton. He wants to take the helm of clubs that have less problems off the pitch.”