Roman Abramovich is famous for replacing managers now and then. This time, the potential replacement of Sarri is none other than the Club’s own Legend Frank Lampard. He enjoyed a wonderful spell as a player for the North London club winning three Premier League titles as well as the Champions League. Frank Lampard Returns to Chelsea as a Manager & People are Congratulating him.
Sarri was never loved by Chelsea fans even the players. Although, He guided Chelsea to the Europa League Title and 3rd place in Premier League in just one year. Luckily, Lampard will have no such Problems.
Derby boss Lampard, 41, has agreed on a three-year contract worth £4million-a-year with hefty bonuses.
Frank Lampard Returns to Chelsea as a Manager
Lampard has featured in 648 games for Chelsea and scoring a Club record 211 goals between 2001-2014. On returning back to Stamford Bridge, he Said.
“I am immensely proud to be returning to Chelsea as head coach, Everyone knows my love for this club and the history we have shared, however, my sole focus is on the job in hand and preparing for the season ahead. I am here to work hard, bring further success to the club and I cannot wait to get started.”
Although Chelsea fans Love and Adore him, he is still a rookie as a manager. Kudos to Lampard for taking Derby into the Championship play-off final as a Boss. However, he’s got tough tasks lined up after returning back to Stamford Bridge.
He needs to fill the canyon opened up after the departure of Hazard to Real Madrid.
His rebuilding efforts at Chelsea will also be hampered by a FIFA transfer ban.
He will have to rely on youngsters and academy players until transfer embargo hanging over them.
Former Liverpool Star and Lampard’s cousin Jamie Redknapp said:” The fans adore Frank, but he’s going to need time. The players will respect him, but patience will be the key because Chelsea is a hiring and firing club. But to say this year he’s got to get in the top four and things like that, I think that’s unfair. You have to be realistic.
Here’s How People are Congratulating him:
Former Chelsea’s Captain John Terry Wished his old friend ‘Good Luck’.
Petr Cech also returns Home as technical and performance manager.
Former Chelsea and Milan Legend Shevchenko wished his former teammate Good Luck
— Andriy Shevchenko (@jksheva7) July 5, 2019
Didier Drogba is extremely proud of discerning Lampard back to Chelsea.
Good luck, proud to see you coming back home franklampard #Repost @chelseafc with get_repost
How does it feel to see him back, Chelsea fans? 🤩 You’ll want the sound 🔛 for this! #WelcomeHomeFrank #CFC #Chelsea https://t.co/WAgAPKgYXO
— Didier Drogba (@didierdrogba) July 4, 2019
Gary Lineker also Congratulated Lampard on returning back to Stamford Bridge.
Congratulations to Frank Lampard with his appointment at @ChelseaFC. Lack of experience won’t be an issue. If you’ve got it, you’ve got it, and I suspect Frank has it. Wish him well.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) July 4, 2019
Piers Morgan couldn’t resist to Congratulate him as a player as of now.
Congrats to Frank Lampard on landing the Chelsea gig.
Fantastic player, even better bloke…just a shame I now have to wish him nothing but abject failure. Take 'em down, Lamps! pic.twitter.com/z4EQLMmLh4
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) July 4, 2019
Premier League certainly knows the trick of Making Stamford Bridge Joyful. Lampard is there for you.