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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has insisted he will continue to put faith in youth despite Chelsea’s lack of home win this season.
Lampard has trusted Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori this season and he believes things will be better in future.
“People say the [transfer] ban is a bad thing for Chelsea and in the short term, of course, but in the long term if we can have a vision,” Lampard said after Sunday’s defeat to Liverpool.
“No home wins we want to change and I believe we will if we play like that.
“The reality is younger players have come into the team.
“We lost two number 9s we had last year and we can’t change that.
“With the likes of [Fikayo] Tomori, Mason [Mount], Tammy [Abraham], then hopefully it will be really good for us but in the short term there might be occasions with things like today happen.”