Victor Anichebe bizarrely DENIES he called for Frank Lampard to be axed by Everton – What We Know!

Ex-Everton star Victor Anichebe has denied that he called for Frank Lampard to be axed

Former Everton star Victor Anichebe has denied that he referred to as for the membership to sack supervisor Frank Lampard – regardless of claiming the Toffees can be relegated ‘except a change is made – saying he was referring to a change of ways or mentality.

Lampard is below enormous stress after one more defeat to Burnley on Wednesday night time, with Everton dealing with an enormous scrap to remain within the Premier League after a depressing season that has already seen Rafa Benitez axed by the membership.  

The previous Chelsea boss was seen as somebody who may raise the membership, however the membership have solely gained two league video games since arriving in February. After the newest 2-1 loss to the Clarets, ex-striker Anichebe wrote on Instagram saying Everton would ‘100 per cent’ go down if Everton didn’t make a change. 

Lampard is under huge pressure after his side lost once again on Monday to Burnley

Ex-Everton star Victor Anichebe (L) has denied that he referred to as for Frank Lampard (R) to be axed 

But now Anichebe has clarified his comments after saying the team would be relegated '100 per cent if a change isn't made'

However now Anichebe has clarified his feedback after saying the workforce can be relegated ‘100 per cent if a change isn’t made’

The former striker gave a scathing assessement of his old side's display against Burnley

He alluded to doubts about Lampard's future by saying the manager was 'not good enough

The previous striker gave a scathing assessement of his outdated facet’s show towards Burnley and alluded to doubts about Lampard’s future

He stated the choice to nominate Lampard was ‘absurd’, including: ‘The gamers aren’t ok however neither is Frank.’ He additionally posted an image of former boss Sam Allardyce with the phrases: ‘I stated it weeks in the past… y’all laughed. Some stated relatively go down with dignity. Okkkkk.’

However now Anichebe has moved to make clear his feedback , writing ‘not as soon as did I say sack him’, whereas additionally stressing he uploaded the image of Allardyce as a result of he ‘finds it humorous’.

‘I wasn’t even gonna converse on this however I genuinely can’t stand some media,’ the 33-year-old wrote on his social media account. 

He also appeared to hint Sam Allardyce should take over, before stressing he uploaded the photo of the former Toffees boss it because he 'found it funny'

He additionally appeared to trace Sam Allardyce ought to take over, earlier than stressing he uploaded the photograph of the previous Toffees boss it as a result of he ‘discovered it humorous’

But Anichebe said he wasn't suggesting Allardyce as a successor, saying he just found the photo of the veteran boss 'funny'

However Anichebe stated he wasn’t suggesting Allardyce as a successor, saying he simply discovered the photograph of the veteran boss ‘humorous’

‘I didn’t name for Lampard to be sacked. Additionally let’s take into consideration this for a second… who the f*** am I to name for anybody to get sacked? I’ve no affect. Nor does my opinion matter. 

‘I posted the identical Allardyce image weeks in the past as I discover him humorous as a result of any workforce that’s in hassle he will get linked to (those that observe me know this already).

‘Anyway the reactions have been humorous so I posted it once more.

‘Then I stated one thing wants to alter… how does that imply Lamps ought to be sacked? Change of mentality, coaching change, change of fashion, I’m not a supervisor – how do I do know? Not as soon as did I say sack him!’ 

In Anichebe’s full rant about Everton this week, he began by criticising Lampard’s choice to carry on Salomon Rondon so late within the recreation and stated neither the gamers not the supervisor have been ok.

Lampard has become one of the favourites to be sacked with some bookmakers this week

Lampard has change into one of many favourites to be sacked with some bookmakers this week 

He wrote: ‘Too late… ought to’ve introduced him on 10 minutes in the past it was apparent… DCL (Dominic Calvert-Lewin) has been poor.

‘The gamers aren’t ok however neither is Frank. As a lot as I really like him as a participant and he seems to be a high man.

‘Everton will 100 per cent go down if a change isn’t made.’

He then posted the photograph of Allardyce earlier than letting rip on the membership’s board for ‘the cash they’ve wasted’ and their poor managerial appointments.

‘So… The gamers are accountable at the beginning. However Everton’s board is completely horrendous,’ he added. 

‘The cash they’ve wasted, the sackings of influential workers like (Dan Donachie), not letting Marcel Manufacturers truly do his job, bringing in Rafa (Benitez), creating a whole disconnect with followers and membership. 

Everton are just one point above the relegation zone with ten games left to play

Everton are only one level above the relegation zone with ten video games left to play 

‘Subsequent – appointing Lampard (who is an efficient coach) however appointing him when you realize you’re in a relegation battle with a troublesome run in… was absurd… him getting Alli who’s a luxurious participant… in a relegation struggle… baffling. 

‘If one thing doesn’t occur tonight they’re 100 per cent happening. In the meanwhile it’s 60 per cent. Preserve the religion.’

Everton are only one level above the Premier League drop zone with ten video games left to play. Lampard himself selected to remain constructive after the defeat to Burnley, telling his gamers to ‘hold combating and look ahead’.

‘Pay attention, the gamers should work and struggle to get via this if it’s a insecurity,’ he stated. ‘We’re in a battle. If we didn’t realize it, we do now. We’re nonetheless above Burnley within the desk so now we have to maintain combating and searching ahead.

‘All of the groups round us are in related positions. You have a look at the outcomes it’s why we’re the place we’re, due to outcomes over a protracted interval and the identical for different groups round us.’