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Everton fired Lampard following their loss to West Ham

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Before Everton announced that “enhanced security procedures” would be implemented, Merseyside Police reported that no threats or incidents had been reported to officers prior to the game.

Additionally, it was in response to some fans yelling at defender Yerry Mina and midfielder Anthony Gordon as they drove away from Goodison Park the previous weekend.

Farhad Moshiri, the owner of Everton, and Bill Kenwright, the long-serving chairman who has faced harsh criticism, both attended their first game in 14 months at West Ham. When asked about Lampard’s future by Sky Sports at the game, Moshiri said that decision was not up to him.

Although the club hasn’t made any signings in the January transfer window, it spent more than £80 million in the summer, including £33 million to sign Amadou Onana from Lille and £20 million to buy Dwight McNeil from Burnley after receiving £60 million from Tottenham for Brazilian forward Richarlison.

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