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Everton Next Manager Odds: Who will replace Frank Lampard at Goodison Park?

First Premier League manager sacked odds

Putting in another toothless display on Saturday afternoon as they slumped to a 2-0 loss away at fellow strugglers West Ham, Everton find themselves at the heart of another Premier League nightmare.

While Frank Lampard might have just about dragged the Toffees to top-flight safety last season, it is now just their goal difference that keeps them from falling to the foot of the table.

With Lampard’s position at Goodison Park becoming more untenable by the day, the ex-Chelsea boss is also dealing with public fan unrest on Merseyside.

Mustering just a trio of Premier League victories from their 20 appearances so far this season, Everton are also without a single domestic win to their name since October 22nd.

While the Everton supporters might have made it clear that they’re demanding a string of changes behind the scenes at Goodison, it will be Lampard who pays the ultimate price for the Blues’ woeful run.

With it looking almost inevitable that the 44-year-old will be relieved of his duties, we have taken a look at who has been installed as the leading contenders to replace Lampard in the Everton dugout.

 

Everton Next Manager Odds after Lampard

  • Sean Dyche – 2/1
  • Marcelo Bielsa – 10/3
  • Wayne Rooney – 9/2
  • Duncan Ferguson – 8/1
  • Nuno Espirito Santo – 8/1
  • David Moyes – 8/1
  • Sam Allardyce – 12/1
  • Ange Postecoglu – 16/1
  • Marcelo Gallardo – 20/1
  • Leighton Baines – 25/1
  • Lee Carsley – 25/1
  • Ralph Hassenhuttl – 25/1
  • Mauricio Pochettino – 25/1
  • Vincent Kompany – 28/1
  • Chris Wilder – 28/1
  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – 33/1
  • Thomas Frank – 66/1

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Sean Dyche

Now facing what appears to be a real uphill struggle in 2023 if they’re to avoid the drop, a large section of Everton’s disgruntled fanbase would be glad to see Sean Dyche walk through the doors at Goodison Park.

While the former long-time Burnley boss might still be without a new adventure since ending his nine-year stint at Turf Moor last April, Dyche has proven Premier League experience and knows how to manoeuvre a relegation scrap.

Transforming Burnley into a stable Premier League outfit and even guiding the Clarets to a first European campaign in 51 years back in 2018, the 51-year-old would certainly be a smart move by Everton’s under-pressure hierarchy.

With Dyche stating publically that he is holding out for the chance to make an immediate top-flight return, this is not the first time that he has been heavily linked with a move to Merseyside.

Tipped as one of the frontrunners to take over at Goodison before Lampard’s appointment 12 months ago, the one-time Watford boss certainly ticks plenty of the boxes that Everton should be looking for.

 

David Moyes

With Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at the London Stadium looking like it will be the final nail in Lampard’s coffin, it would be incredibly ironic if the man who inflected that crucial blow was to replace the 44-year-old on Merseyside.

However, while West Ham might have stunned many last season as they reached the Europa League semi-finals, it is no secret that David Moyes also finds himself under a huge amount of scrutiny in the capital.

Although the Hammers might have drawn a line under their seven-match Premier League winless run over the weekend, they too find themselves at the heart of a relegation scrap – despite spending £170million over the summer.

With growing speculation over his future in east London, the former Everton boss could be in line for a shock return to Goodison Park over the coming weeks.

Stating after Saturday’s 2-0 victory that he still holds a great fondness for the Toffees after his 11-year stay between 2002-2013, Moyes still has a close relationship with the Everton hierarchy and could immediately jump at the chance if he is forced out of the London Stadium.

 

Wayne Rooney

With there so must unrest behind the scenes at Goodison and continued protests directed at their board, Everton could be looking to bring back a former icon in a bid to steady the ship.

With supporters making it clear that they want someone who understands the club and their traditions, Wayne Rooney once again finds himself linked with the job for the second time over the past 12 months.

However, while Everton fans would be excited to see their homegrown superstar come in and save them from the drop, Rooney has failed to pull up any trees since taking over at MLS outfit DC United last summer.

Finishing their campaign sat rock-bottom of the Eastern Conference and with just a single victory from any of their final 13 domestic appearances, the 37-year-old has failed to prove his worth as an elite-level manager.

Nevertheless, with Rooney stating publically over previous months that he certainly sees himself managing in the Premier League one day, the former England skipper would undoubtedly be tempted by an emotional return to Merseyside.

 

Everton Next Manager Odds

ManagerOddsBet
Sean Dyche2/1BET
Marcelona Bielsa10/3BET
Wayne Rooney9/2BET
Nuno Espirito Santo8/1BET
David Moyes8/1BET
Sam Allardyce12/1BET
Ange Postecoglu16/1BET
Leighton Baines25/1BET
Ralph Hassenhuttl25/1BET
Mauricio Pochettino25/1BET
Vincent Kompany28/1BET
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer50/1BET

 

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