Frank Lampard takes a jibe at Chelsea's underperforming stars

Frank Lampard outlines the long list of problems that Mauricio Pochettino will face.

The Chelsea legend took charge of his final match as club manager yesterday as the Blues were held to a 1-1 draw by Newcastle.

He believes Mauricio Pochettino who will take over as the Chelsea head coach will face a massive task to revitalise the squad in the summer.

The Blues finished 12th this season with their worst-ever points total in the competition.

Lampard believes the players need to change their attitude and raise their level to make any significant improvements at the club.

“The standards collectively have dropped. I can be honest about that now that it’s my last game, I might not see some of them that much anymore,” Lampard said.

“The standards of the collective for a club like Chelsea have to be at the maximum or you won’t be physically competitive enough, or you won’t be able to play at a high level.

“If you’re not together in the dressing room, and you’re not vocal in the dressing room, driving each other and competitive because I want your place and you want mine. Any top team has to have that.”


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