Lampard has reportedly been told by the board that he would be given more time to turn things around as pressure mounts on the former midfielder to produce results
The Blues were crushed in a 3-1 defeat to Manchester City with this firing up sack talks against Frank Lampard who has gone 7 games with just one win.
Things turned sour for Lampard after his side lost 1-0 to Everton on December 12th as that marked the end of his unbeaten run since September when he last lost to Liverpool.
With different managers already rumored to be linked to Blues as Lampard’s possible replacement, it appears that things aren’t the way they are been said on the outside.
The Board understands the English man needs time to prove his method works as it has led them through unbeaten streaks from September 2020 to the 12th December when they slipped against Carlos Ancelotti’s Everton.
According to several trusted sources, the 42-year-old has been promised more time to work things out as the club look to avoid similar mistakes made on Antonio Conte who would have gone to be a great manager with Blues.
The report which was released by The Guardian, Telegraph and Independent all pinpointed Frank Lampard despite having Thomas Tuchel as one of most talked replacement still has time to prove he can spearhead the Blues.
Chelsea have until 9th January to prepare for their FA Cup clash with Morecambe on 10th as Frank Lampard has been disclosed to be planning implementing similar revival strategy used by Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta.
Arteta has the worst run in the Premier League before managing to beat Blues in a 3-1 score line as that marked the beginning of change at Emirate Stadium.
Since the start of the season, Arsenal are just having their 3-games unbeaten streak lately as they look to continue the spell when they battle Newcastle on Saturday for the FA cup 3rd round.
Arsenal’s revival happens to be the result of fielding hungry-to-feature youngsters who went into the pitch and produced performances that made Arteta doubt reinstating the senior players.
It came as a bit of shock when Arteta named Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka as starters in his Chelsea clash benching both Nicolas Pepe, Dani Ceballos and Aubameyang as Martinelli took on the Captain’s position.
Saka and Smith Rowe both did put out great performances as Saka found the back of the net following a sweet assist from Emile Smith Rowe.
It’s likely Frank Lampard will be using similar approach to end his losing streak as The Athletic reports several names from the youth section could be making a debut against Morecambe.
Despite being in a bad form, it isn’t expected that Chelsea will lose the game against Morecambe and Frank Lampard also doesn’t want to take the chance as he looks to field players who would give what he needs.
U23 stars Lewis Bate and Henry Lawrence are among the names out listed from the youth section that could be making a debut after a strong claim was made by popular site concerning an underground war going on within the Blues team.
Bate is an 18-year-old key player in the youth squad and has managed to be one of the most recognized since the 2019/2020 season till date as he is also highly rated by Lampard who loves fielding youngsters.
While Henry Lawrence is a 19-year-old versatile player who have stared in most of the defensive roles including, the right-back, left-back, center-back and defensive midfield.
Tino Anjorin is also tipped to be likely for a start with the midfielder already played for the senior team when the side were held to a draw by UCL opponents; Krasnador.
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Frank Lampard has lately opted against loaning out his youngsters as he believed they could help in the senior team when time comes.
Meanwhile, contrary to the earlier fears of the game likely to be postponed due to COVID fears, Morecambe camp has been disclosed ready to end self-isolation in preparation of the Chelsea game.