Roman Abramovich ready to sack Lampard and appoint Italian as Chelsea boss following poor start to the season

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Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is reportedly not happy with Chelsea’s start to the season despite spending over £200million in the transfer market.

Chelsea have made a disappointing start to the season, winning just two out of five Premier League games despite the huge amount spent on strengthening the squad.

Frank Lampard’s Chelsea team were also knocked out the Carabao Cup by Tottenham and questions continue to be asked over Chelsea’s leaky defence.

According to a report on talkSPORT, Abramovich won’t let sentiment stop him from sacking Lampard if he doesn’t see results from the team.

Abramovich is reportedly considering appointing former Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri as a managerial replacement for Frank Lampard in case results continue to disappoint under the Chelsea boss.

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4 Comments on "Roman Abramovich ready to sack Lampard and appoint Italian as Chelsea boss following poor start to the season"

  1. Lampard is Chelsea problem and he need to be sacked now, otherwise Chelsea will be reduced to the likes of Arsenal and spurs who’s targeted are fourth place in order to qualify for champions league, but never to win the premier league.
    The job should never be given to Lampard, it was the media that gave him the job not Abramovich, and that is why the media and the pundits are not criticising him for his failure, Lampard should be treated like every other Chelsea previous managers

  2. Arthur Nyambozhi | October 23, 2020 at 12:09 pm |

    Yes sack him i support chelsea and i put my money on chelsea ticket and it’s an obvious case chelsea is making me losing my money.

  3. Lampard is a sloppy, slow to act, limping leopard leaking its defensive and hunting architecture to the benefit of the opposing Team!

    When other Head Coaches are inspiring on touchlines, Lampard seems lost in his world. When Jorginoh sleeps, sipping away the midfield, Lampard is soothed into sleep only to wake up to late changes and final defeat.

  4. sylvester hamweebe | October 24, 2020 at 5:56 am |

    A very good front but lose mid field and back line. Please improve. Kante no longer concentrate plays reactive football.

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