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Lampard asserts that he has no control over Everton’s future following their FA Cup exit

Everton’s Tuesday home defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion put them in danger of dropping out. Despite being booed off the field, Lampard insisted that his position had no bearing on the game.

Everton manager Frank Lampard stated that he had no control over his team’s 3-1 loss to Manchester United on Friday.

Everton’s Tuesday home defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion put them in danger of dropping out. Despite being booed off the field, Lampard insisted that his position had no bearing on the game.

“I have no control over that. I shouldn’t concentrate there. “It’s up to me to focus on what I saw tonight, which was a performance with the team’s attitude and focus that every manager wants,” Lampard stated in an interview with ITV. “The current topic of discussion is the upcoming league matchup between Everton and Southampton. I do not wish to discuss my future; I just want to talk about how the players did.

United scored once more in the first half after Conor Coady put the ball in his own net to prevent Antony from scoring. After a VAR review, Everton had a goal disallowed for offside, but they won the game with a penalty kick from Marcus Rashford in the final minute. Additionally, Everton forward Alex Iwobi was stretchered off the field; The player had to use crutches because of an injury to his ankle ligaments, according to Lampard.

Lampard added, “I think we deserved better.”

“In terms of organization, game plan, and work ethic, the players were excellent. Things that ought to be fundamental in football are questioned when you put on a performance like we did last night (against Brighton).

We did a fantastic job. I think we had the best chance. Numerous excellent scoring opportunities went unused by us. Most likely, the difference between the two teams was Marcus Rashford. That can be performed on you by an expert. Lampard stated that the off-field support of the 9,000 visiting fans for their team demonstrated how much his team could improve following the FA Cup defeat.

“The fans will react when the players perform with the same level of enthusiasm as an Everton player. That speaks volumes, even in defeat,” he continued.

According to the article, “This league can change quickly, and if you’re in a tough run, you have to work really hard to get out, but it can change.”

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