According to Frank Lampard, the stark reality of the situation at Everton is that he and the team are going to fight for survival and show courage to drag themselves out of the fight.
The manager of Everton heads over to Manchester United in the FA Cup under severe pressure with his side in the relegation zone following a win in the ten Premier League matches. He insisted that he didn’t need a vote of confidence from the hierarchy of the club- not the one that has been forthcoming from the time they were defeated by Brighton and hasn’t sought assurances in his future. Lampard also made it clear that Everton doesn’t have to sell their players for buying but acquiring the striker they require for improving the team can be difficult. Continue Reading