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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has revealed he spent lockdown studying Chelsea’s performances over the season.
Lampard admitted the lockdown gave him time to assess Chelsea’s performances and discover improvements that need to be made ahead of the return of the Premier League.
“At the moment I spend quite a lot of time on the computer at home contacting people, whether it be the players, or staff at Chelsea, planning training sessions for the future,” Lampard told Chelsea’s official website.
“I’m always trying to keep my mind engaged. I’m certainly occupying my time well.
“I have watched a lot of games back from this season, focusing on particular parts of the team that I always want to improve.
“Sometimes when you have game after game you can’t reflect, you’re always looking forward, but I’ve had time to do that.
“We have got a really good analyst team and we can put together some videos and ideas for the future. That helps me with my planning, how we are going to train, how it’s going to look, and use the time as well as I can to make us better when we come back to where we’re playing.”