Losing his debut against Everton, Lampard spoke up

09 Feb 2022 | 07:24 | Football

 Frank Lampard admits disappointment after Everton let Eddie Howe’s Newcastle come back 3-1.

England full-back Kieran Trippier scored Howe’s third goal in the 80th minute to help them complete the comeback and move beyond the red light.

Lampard said of his Premier League debut as manager of Everton: It’s disappointing because of that result. It was a tough game because we’ve only been training together for a week. We’ve lost two The big players are Demarai Gray and Yerry Mina and everything has changed.”

 

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 Lampard had a hard time coming to Everton.

“Confidence and trust have to be built and worked on on the training pitch. It needs to change quickly because we want good results. Next, our only focus is on Leeds and We’ll take it one step at a time in the game.”

Meanwhile Howe said: ” This is an important game. Confidence has changed in the last two wins and the players feel better. We tried to repeat the result against Leeds. We were. fought, fought for every ball and committed to what we wanted to do.”

“It was not a complete performance. But we are together in the relegation battle and have to stick together. My only concern is that we will play Villa on Sunday.”