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Lampard: Where Iwobi Needs To Improve

Lampard: Where Iwobi Needs To Improve

Everton manager, Frank Lampard has pinpointed the areas Alex Iwobi needs to improve, reports Completesports.com.

Iwobi has established himself as a key player for the Toffees casting aside initial doubts over his potentials.

The 26-year-old has thrived in a new central midfield role this season forming a formidable partnership with Andre Onana and Idris Gueye.

The Nigeria international has played every minutes of Everton’s eight Premier League games this season.

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He has contributed four assists making him a central figure in the team.

Despite Iwobi’s superlative performances, Lampard believes he can continue to improve.

“Can he add more to his game? Yes. In and around the final third he can do more because his talent says so,”Lampard told a press conference on Friday.

” In-game he can do more, he can assist more, maybe score himself a bit more, but I’m not complaining there, he’s been fantastic for us.”

Iwobi is expected to be in action when Everton host Manchester United at the Goodison Park on Sunday night.

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  • MONKEY POST 2 years ago


    How I WISH WE are going to the the WORLD CUP..

    NIGERIA (SE) would have seriously on BENEFITED on a BIGGER and BETTER PLATFORM….




    • Eguavoen has always been a spoiler of joy…..

      • MONKEY POST 2 years ago

        I tell you my BROTHER OLU…

        EGUAVEON is really a KILL-JOY!

        • Chidi 2 years ago

          The most ridiculous aspect of it is that he returned to his job as technical director instead of doing the honorable thing which is to resign he broke millons of Nigerians heart and he is still there earning his salary on tax payers money,this guy’s no get shame and conscience,he is still there making decisions imposing players on piesoro that was y de sacked GR cos he doesn’t listen to there nosense though at some point GR let his guards down though nobody is perfect anyways, they knew the nations cup is around the corner they where going to make money from players n agents,de missed the real diamond while chasing stone,the only solution to Nigeria’s problem is a bloody revolution cos every sector has been compromised no b to divide be d solution
          Thanks all

  • Nonso 2 years ago

    You are all mad. Was it eguavoen that told him to get a red card at the last nations cup. Why are you all ranting like kids that lacked breast milk. iwobi is crap. He plays like a headless chicken in the national team.

    • Chidi 2 years ago

      Guys like u are one of the reason why naija is still where she is today you shy away from truth and in turn insult your fellow man,ur sanity needs to be checked bro,guys commenting are talking about d benefits that will come iwobis way if we have qualified for worldcup,after France 98 world cup okocha was signed by psg etc,believe it or not the Ghanian coaches outsmarted eguavon,iwobis is a star and can only get better

      • Nonso 2 years ago

        My friend keep shut if you have nothing to say. iwobi is crap and i will repeat it anywhere. When we speak the truth we still are the problems of the country. You come him a professional, he is the reason we didn’t move forward at the nations cup. Abi was it eguavoen that instructed him to accumulate yellow cards not to feature for the second leg.

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