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Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin has apologized to fans after a poor display against Southampton in their last match.
Everton’s form has been up and down since Frank Lampard joined the club. In fact, toffees have won two and lost two in all competitions since taking charge.
The 3-0 match by Leeds United before the end seemed to be a declaration of intent.
However, Lampard’s team followed it up with a disappointing 2-0 loss to Southampton. And Calvert-Lewin has now apologized to Toffees fans after that result.
“I apologize to the fans who traveled because no one will be more disappointed than them,” he said via Liverpool Echo.
“We want to work hard to fix it. The work we do with training breeds confidence.”
Of course, it will take a while for the squad to get completely up to speed under a new manager. It seems that the site will do fine when they are all used to his system.
“I do not want to say the typical things because I know there will be frustrated fans who say it is the same old, same old,” Calvert-Lewin added.
“But everyone has bought into what the manager is doing and we enjoy training again,” he said.
In fact, fans will be happy to hear that the squad is gathering under a new boss. In addition, Everton will be hoping that Calvert-Lewin can get fired again as he has not scored since returning from a four-month period on the sidelines.
The Calvert-Lewin role could lead to Kean moving
Another Everton striker, Moise Kean, could well be on the move again. The striker has mainly been on the sidelines during his loan spell at Juventus since acquiring Dusan Vlahovic.
A move to Paris Saint-Germain, where he spent a season on loan, could turn into something.
The striker scored 16 goals across the Ligue 1 and Champions League, his best scoring return of his career.
Moreover, Kean ‘would not have been unwelcome in Paris Saint-Germain’ in January.
Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison’s roles at Everton mean the club are unlikely to have any problems seeing him leave.
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