20 Jun 2020
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard couldn't hide his delight at securing the signing of the coveted German striker.
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18 Apr 2020
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4 Mar 2020
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard revealed Kepa Arrizabalaga is in the frame to play against Liverpool in Tuesday's FA Cup fifth round tie at Stamford Bridge. The world's most expensive goalkeeper has been dropped for the Blues' last six games after a string of errors and unconvincing performances. Lampard said the Spaniard's attitude has been professional in training as he waits for his chance to usurp Willy Caballero as the first choice goalkeeper.
2 Jan 2020
Chelsea's inconsistent performances in recent games have reflected the season as a whole, according to manager Frank Lampard.
7 Nov 2019
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard says he's never seen anything like the Blues' 4-4 Champions League draw with Ajax.
25 Oct 2019
Frank Lampard described Chelsea's Champions League victory over Ajax as 'huge' for his inexperienced team.
14 Aug 2019
Frank Lampard says Eden Hazard is impossible to replace at Chelsea
16 Jul 2019
Chelsea don’t need new players to be successful - Lampard
4 Jul 2019
Frank Lampard has been confirmed as the new Chelsea manager. The Blues agreed a deal with Derby County worth £4 million to cover the final two years of Lampard's contract at Pride Park. The 41-year-old has signed a three-year deal upon his return to Stamford Bridge to succeed Maurizio Sarri, who departed the club after a single season in charge to take over at Juventus. Lampard spent 13 years as a player in west London, scoring 211 goals in 649 games to become Chelsea's all-time top goalscorer. He won three Premier League titles, the Champions League, four FA Cups, two League Cups and the Europa League while also finishing second to Ballon d'Or winner Ronaldinho in 2005.