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Frank Lampard gets Duncan Ferguson to perform Everton U-turn as coaching staff confirmed
Everton gaffer Frank Lampard has convinced Toffee's Duncan Ferguson to remain at Goodison Park.Ferguson, 50, earned himself cult-hero status at Everton after he spent ten years - over two spells - on Merseyside.And the Scottish-born forward stepped into the dugout after Rafa Benitez was sacked as the Toffees manager earlier this month.Ferguson was interviewed for the role on a permanent basis - alongside Vitor Pereira - but the former Chelsea star landed the role.And despite the pair going head to head for the role, Lampard has asked Ferguson to stay while links to the Sunderland hot seat persist.The rest Lampard's backroom staff at Goodison Park has also been announced.Joe Edwards will join as Lampard's Assistant Manager, Paul Clement as First Team Coach and Chris Jones as First Team Coach and Head of Performance.Edwards was promoted to Assistant Manager at Chelsea in 2019, the same year Lampard took the reigns of his former club.And Chelsea have confirmed he has left Thomas Tuchel's staff to reunite with Lampard. Do you think Lampard can turn Everton's season around? Let us know in the comments sectionLampard said: “It is a huge honour for me to represent and manage a club the size and tradition of Everton Football Club."I’m very hungry to get started.
Frank Lampard signs two-and-a-half-year Everton deal as manic deadline day awaits
Frank Lampard has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal to become Everton boss.And he will hope to confirm Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek as his first signing on Monday.Lampard, 43, is expected to be officially announced as the new Toffees manager on Monday morning.The former Chelsea chief and midfielder completed negotiations earlier yesterday over a contract until June 2024.Lampard was part of a three-man interview process on Friday in London but he impressed owner Farhad Moshiri and the club’s board to see off Vitor Pereira and Duncan Ferguson.He was travelling to Merseyside last night and will take training at Finch Farm today when he is confirmed as Rafa Benitez’s successor.Lampard will then oversee transfer deadline day with the club’s hierarchy.Van de Beek is expected to sign on loan until the end of the season.Everton have agreed to pay his £100,000-a-week wages in full but there will be no option to make the deal permanent in the summer.The Toffees have swooped when it looked like Crystal Palace were set to sign the out-of-form Dutchman from United.Is Everton a good move for Donny van de Beek? Let us know in the comments section.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.And that's it, job done.
Seven managers who kept going back to old clubs as Duncan Ferguson begins another Everton spell
Everton icon Duncan Ferguson has been handed the reins on a temporary basis again by Everton after Rafa Benitez was asked earlier this week.The ex-Liverpool boss was finally put out of his misery after a nightmare stint at Goodison Park.And the Goodison hierarchy have turned to Ferguson to boss the team while they search for a permanent replacement for Benitez.This is the second time that Ferguson has in charge of his beloved Everton after the Scot took charge in similar circumstances after Marco Silva was axed during the 2019/20 season.Ferguson isn't the first boss to return to the dugout at the same club though. Here, Daily Star Sport runs the rule over the big Scot and six other managers who had multiple spells at the same club.Ferguson is set to begin his second stint in charge of the Toffees after he was handed the reins by the Everton hierarchy this week.The Scot is an iconic figure at Goodison Park and previously stepped in for four games after Marco Silva was axed back in 2019.During his playing days, Ferguson also enjoyed two spells at the club before he returned to the club, initially on a voluntary basis, after he hung up his boots for good.The late, great Howard Kendall is widely recognised as one of Everton's greatest-ever managers and, like Ferguson, had more than one stint in charge at Goodison Park.Kendall's first stint in the dugout was one of the most successful periods in the Toffees' recent history after guiding the club to two league titles in three years.