Roman Abramovich makes huge decision on Frank Lampard’s role as Chelsea boss

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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has been under huge pressure following another defeat in the Premier League against Manchester City on Sunday.

The Blues have won just one of our last six league matches as pressure mounts on Lampard.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has a ruthless reputation with regard to dismissing managers and has now made a decision on Lampard.

According to Daily Mail, Abramovich is prepared to give Lampard time despite a sharp decline in form.

Abramovich is reportedly happy with Chelsea’s early season form which saw the Blues go 17 games unbeaten in all competitions. He is also happy with how Chelsea breezed through our Champions League group.

Abramovich is reluctant to sack Lampard mid-way through the season and prefers to judge Lampard’s performance as Chelsea boss at the end of the season.

However, an implosion of the club’s season could see Abramovich change his stance on Lampard and appoint a new manager.

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1 Comment on "Roman Abramovich makes huge decision on Frank Lampard’s role as Chelsea boss"

  1. Kenny Okunnu | January 5, 2021 at 9:01 am |

    I remain solidly behind our Manager, Mr. Frank Lampard to continue despite the turnaround in Chelsea recent weak form.

    I believe the boys will never want to loose their humble amd understanding manager and as such, i am looking forward to a very good results in the next two games to the end of the season and a good run in the league games.

    The 17 unbeaten records must have contributed to our loss due to the timing.

    Alonso Marco should please go for good as he has no chance with this wonderful club. He cannot be laughing at his coach over a loss because he was not given a chance to part of the winning team before the negative experience.

    He, Alonso is the big LOOSER here and he should go.

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