Lampard sends warning to Abraham, Mount, Tomori and James

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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has warned Chelsea youngsters that they might be dropped in the summer if they don’t improve.

Young players like Tammy Abraham, Reece James, Fikayo Tomori and Mason Mount have played important roles for Chelsea this season.

The Blues have only won one of our last five league games and could miss out on a Champions League place if our form don’t improve quickly.

“There is a reason why we are where we are at the moment,” Lampard said.

“We have not challenged in the Premier League for a couple of years.

“We have to fight and work as hard as we can on the training pitch and in games to close that gap.

“Come the summer, of course as a club we want to move forward and make some decisions.

“We are certainly on the same page here when I speak with the board.”

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2 Comments on "Lampard sends warning to Abraham, Mount, Tomori and James"

  1. I’m not a happy fan right now chelsea are supposed to be a big club winning games and cups but I don’t see that happening this season and unless we get better players into our club we may even struggle to stay top four and be in the champs-lge I’ve followed chelsea most of my adult life and I’ve seen some great chelsea teams and big names like Costa and drogba and vialli zola matteo to name a few .And torres who got us to the final.But now I feel we’ve really stepped back with this new team with a mixture of more experienced players and youngsters coming through the ranks.I don’t think our second choice keeper should be in the team right now kepa should still be nmbr one.Surely even though his past mistakes have caught up with him.i believe he can only get better.

  2. Terence Fullbrook | March 2, 2020 at 10:55 am |

    Lampard will make Chelsea great again

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