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‘Top to bottom we are s***!’: Tony Bellew leads furious reaction after Everton defeat to West Ham

‘Top to bottom we are s***!’: Tony Bellew leads furious reaction from Everton fans after their defeat to West Ham as some call for Frank Lampard to be sacked and claim ‘NOTHING he has done has worked’… as they call for Sean Dyche to replace him

  • Furious Everton supporters are demanding change after the club’s latest defeat
  • Some want Frank Lampard to be sacked with Everton inside the relegation zone
  • READ: West Ham 2-0 Everton – Jarrod Bowen scores twice in impressive win

Fuming Everton fans are demanding Frank Lampard is sacked as club manager with the Blues firmly rooted inside the Premier League relegation zone following Saturday’s loss to West Ham.

Lampard’s time in charge of the Blues could be up after their most recent disappointing defeat with pressure heavily mounting on the Everton board to remove the Englishman from his post.

The Toffees record of never being relegated from the English top-flight is in serious doubt having lost six of their last seven league matches and showing few signs of improvement.

Frank Lampard’s position as Everton manager (centre) is coming under immense scrutiny

Everton slumped to a 2-0 defeat to West Ham on Saturday as Jarrod Bowen (right) scored twice

Everton slumped to a 2-0 defeat to West Ham on Saturday as Jarrod Bowen (right) scored twice

Everton owner Farhad Moshiri and chairman Bill Kenwright have also been heavily criticised by supporters for poor recruitment, high managerial turnover, and their handling of the club in recent seasons.

However, immediate scrutiny in the wake of an 11th league defeat of the season focuses mainly on Lampard with frustrated fans calling for a new manager to be appointed.

Lampard cut a downtrodden character in the dugout against West Ham

Lampard cut a downtrodden character in the dugout against West Ham

Former professional boxer and passionate Everton fan Tony Bellow ranted on social media after Saturday’s away defeat in the capital, writing: ‘Another away end filled with fans!! Another poor display!! Top to bottom we are in the s**** and it’s truly frightening!! Let’s just be brutally honest it’s not good enough.. 1 win in 14 games! 

One supporter called for an imminent change to be made, insisting that Lampard’s situation at Goodison Park has turned ‘toxic’, writing: ‘Frank Lampard can’t continue at Everton. Give it to a new manager and allow them half a season to try and turn things around. The longer he stays – the more toxic it gets. 

Others suggested that the 44-year-old already knows his fate after defeat in the capital, highlighting that Everton players ‘aren’t playing’ for the manager or buying into his vision.

Another tweet read: ‘Think Lampard will be out by Monday lunchtime, the players clearly aren’t playing for him and a number of them went straight down the tunnel and didn’t go to applaud the travelling fans. 

Some believe Lampard should have already been removed from the Everton dugout and labelled the decision for him to still be in charge as ‘negligence from the board’.

Should Everton fire the Englishman it will mark a fourth successive managerial change in three years at the Merseyside club.

Ex-Burnley boss Sean Dyche has been hinted at as a possible replacement should Lampard leave the Blues before the end of the season.

Some Everton supporters want ex-Burnley manager Sean Dyche to replace Lampard

Some Everton supporters want ex-Burnley manager Sean Dyche to replace Lampard

Lampard looked disappointed at full-time with Everton suffering another defeat

Lampard looked disappointed at full-time with Everton suffering another defeat

A number of Everton fans letting their feelings known on social media believe Dyche is capable of turning the club’s fortunes around with one supporter writing: ‘Lampard out , sean in, the only one that can save us.

Another said: ‘I’m saying it now. Dyche would keep us up.

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