Everton head coach Frank Lampard believes that the Goodison crowd has every right to boo the team off the field as they slipped to yet another defeat against Wolves. Frank Lampard has got off to a horrific start at the club losing five of the six games in charge. The players look frustrated with Jonjoe Kenny shown a second yellow card with twelve minutes to go.
“I’ve played for 20 years and I have seen plenty of reactions from crowds,” Everton head coach Frank Lampard said. “I can’t stand there and say ‘Thanks very much for helping us play so well against Brentford and Leeds and Manchester City’ – and deserve more in that game – and not expect that the fans that want the team to do well, want the team to stay up and get wins, will not have reactions.”
“I don’t put an emphasis on Goodison Park, I want to get points everywhere,” he added. “It wasn’t more worrying as Tottenham. Tottenham wasn’t a good performance. Today in the first half we were the stronger team. The goal changed the whole feeling of the game and in the stadium, that is understandable the position the club is in. That’s been coming a long time. We have 12 games to go now so we can’t get stuck in the rut of looking at this game alone. We lost against a good team in a tight match with 10 men for the last period when you really want to push.”