Lampard blames lack of pre-season and not his tactics for the draw against West Brom

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It’s clear for all to see that Chelsea have had a poor start to the season. A 3-1 win against Brighton, followed by a 2-0 loss to Liverpool and then a 3-3 draw against West Brom where they had to come back from 3-0 down.

Beside the unimpressive results, the team play has been disjointed at times, and there’s a huge gap deep in midfield, and the defence is still far from being okay.

Speaking after the 3-3 draw against the Baggies, Lampard blamed it on lack of pre-season football, as Chelsea played only one pre-season game.

Lampard also pointed to the mistakes made by his players, as he admitted that the draw had nothing to do with his tactics.

“We will get a lot better, we’re still finding our way with new players and a lack of pre-season. Today is part of the process of getting better.

“There is a lot we can keep getting better at. I’m not going to criticise every part of our game, I think they had three shots on target and got three goals.

“There were genuine mistakes. There was nothing tactically you can analyse again and again – there were just pure mistakes.”

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1 Comment on "Lampard blames lack of pre-season and not his tactics for the draw against West Brom"

  1. Tendai Bindura | September 27, 2020 at 5:56 am |

    Excuse after excuse. He should pick players that are fast. Alonso is not for this team.
    The coach should look himself in the mirror.
    Every team had 1 or 2 weeks of pre season
    This was a big embarrassment and I see this continuing

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