Former Chelsea boss reveals Chelsea’s biggest problem under Lampard after Leicester City draw

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Former Chelsea boss Glenn Hoddle believes Chelsea’s biggest problem under Frank Lampard is the inability of the team to make the best of their goalscoring chances.

“That’s Chelsea – they look like they can score at any time but they’re not putting teams to the sword,” Hoddle told BT Sport.

“They had opportunities to really have won this game in the first 35 minutes. We’ve seen them do it before this season. But you just sense that they’re going to concede goals, so it’s a very difficult one to put right.

“Maybe it’s individuals, maybe there are some players who could come in in the transfer market who are going to make things tighter. But certainly going forward, they’re an exciting side to watch.”

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2 Comments on "Former Chelsea boss reveals Chelsea’s biggest problem under Lampard after Leicester City draw"

  1. Lampard is over trusting young stars sideling experience. For a change use Pedro, willian, Barkley and bashiuay upfront. Pundits know the problem but because lampard is English and all those boys are English, they can’t talk. But if it were a foreign coach and foreign young stars, by now they cud have made him be fired. Tell lampard the truth. Young stars yes bit not 4 or 5 in the starting lineup. We still have a team that won the Europa cup intact except hazard. How can most of them be under performing at the same time…

  2. I have to comment, I will have to say lampard is the cause of Chelsea problems he doesn’t set competition among the players. Substitute player early if he doesn’t play well, set competition for Abraham, mason mount. Imagine Moses on loan for who? Is Emerson better than Moses? I don’t just understand Chelsea states. Am surprised lampard substituting jorginho leaving mount that was just falling anyhow.

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