Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard has shared his ideas of not believing inexperience is the reason behind The Blues’ struggling run.
Frank Lampard has really not been on the better side ever since embarking on his young-players-vision for Chelsea as he has been out lately to talk about his poor performances as Blues manager.
Moving from Derby County back to Stamford Bridge to succeed Maurizio Sarri, Lampard indeed had better results earlier than his past 6 games which he has only managed to win just one.
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Sitting at the 4th position for so long, The Blues are now just one point behind Tottenham who they would battle tomorrow as the Boys look to see their former manager once more.
Chelsea losing to Tottenham would have Spurs leap over Lampard’s side while Manchester United and Sheffield United still have their attention locked to the top four.
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These factors although do not seem to be discouraging Frank Lampard who believe the tough nature of the English League will help the young lads at Stamford Bridge prove their credentials for top flight spots.
“I don’t think it’s inexperience,” Lampard told a news conference. “You can look at the youth in the squad and perhaps that’s an easy conclusion.
“Perhaps that’s part of it but it’s not easy to pinpoint. The clinical nature of not scoring, the sloppy nature of having a lapse which gives a team with one or two shots a goal, which has happened a couple of times at home. Is it experience, quality? There’s a lot of things to it.
“This period is what all Premier League clubs suffer. As young players you have to be even more aware that it can affect their confidence, because they’re new to the team and the eyes of the world are on them.
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“It’s a big deal and a test for the younger players and I think with the physical nature of the league over the course of the season then there were always going to be little dips.
“The players will certainly come out of it better. It’s how they train, how they play. I believe in all of them and think they’re all going to be top players for this club, but they have to keep pushing and get out of moments like this.”