The Toffees remain in a sticky situation as their 5-0 defeat leaves them sitting precariously in 17th place, one point ahead of Burnley.
Lampard's side have just 22 points from 25 games, with 13 games left which includes fixtures against Liverpool and Chelsea as well as Champions League chasers Arsenal, Manchester United and West Ham United.
If one Everton fan has his way, though, Bruce would be in charge of their remaining games and tasked with keeping the club in the Premier League.
Everton supporter Oliver called into talkSPORT and said the Goodison Park outfit should relieve Lampard of his duties and be replaced by Bruce, who's currently at West Brom.
Oliver branded Lampard an 'absolute joke' and bemoaned the £40 million signing of Dele Alli.
He said: "Lampard failed at Chelsea, failed at Derby and now he’s failing with us! We’ve got to sack him now!
Asked who he wanted in, he replied: "You’ll laugh at me for this, but I want Steve Bruce. He’s experienced!"
😡 “Lampard failed at Chelsea, failed at Derby & now he’s failing with us! We’ve got to sack him now!”— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) March 7, 2022
😳 “You’ll laugh at me for this, but I want Steve Bruce. He’s experienced!”
Oliver the Everton fan calls for the club to replace Frank Lampard with Steve Bruce… pic.twitter.com/amRkx8HcVf
Lampard, who was appointed in January, has won just one league game since taking charge.
But the 43-year-old is ready for the challenge ahead of a crucial run-in.
"I have no problems with the challenge," he said after Everton's defeat on Monday.
"I will be ready for them, the players will be ready for them, they have to be ready for them.
"I didn't walk into the building with a magic wand.
"The feeling at this club when I came here was we could be going down. It was clear around the city, it was up to me to change that and I thought we had changed that.
"But this is a test of that. I had 20 years as a player, I had hundreds of periods like this."
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