Everton have parted ways with manager Frank Lampard following a comprehensive 2-0 defeat to his former club, West Ham.
The Toffees are at the bottom of the Premier League table and just two points off relegation and major stakeholder Farhad Moshiri decided that another change was due.
Talks were held with Lampard, Chairman Bill Kenwright, and he was consequently informed on Monday that he had been removed from his position.
Since his arrival in January 2022 to replace Rafael Benitez, results had not improved much which resulted in the pressure eventually mounting.
Bowein struck twice against Everton in London Stadium after they had suffered losses to Brighton and Southampton at Goodison Park.
Sean Dyche is currently tipped as the favourite to take up the post later filled by Lampard; other contenders include Wayne Rooney, David Moyes & Robert Martinez (according to bookmaker odds).
Everton’s poor run has seen them win only three out of 44 matches managed by Lampard (27.2%) confirming a worse rate than Benitez’s (with 31.8%).
Also, this sacking comes amidst fan unrest with some taking out their frustration on players like Yerry Mina outside Goodison Park and displaying banners during the West Ham game at London stadium.
This article was updated 1 month ago