Frank Lampard has lost all of his five games in charge across all competitions.
Chelsea FC made a decision to stick with Frank Lampard as caretaker manager for the remainder of the current season. The EX-Chelsea player will remain Chelsea’s caretaker manager, according to Sky Sports.
The Englishman joined Chelsea after the departure of Graham Potter this month. Graham Potter was sacked seven months into his initial five-year deal.
Lampard’s second return as manager didn’t work out. The Englishman has lost all of his five games in charge across all competitions.
The Chelsea hierarchy is looking for a new manager and they are still in the process. Meanwhile, Lampard has failed to improve the squad both in performances and results since his arrival. Chelsea are still struggling in mid-table in the Premier League standings.
Lampard is the fourth coach to have taken charge of Chelsea during the first campaign in the Todd Boehly era, but there are no improvements still.
Chelsea have yet to even hit the 40-point mark required to guarantee safety from top-flight relegation, with the club currently on 39 pts.
Lampard’s side will travel to the Emirates Stadium to take on title-chasing Arsenal in another London derby next week, hoping to turn a corner with six games left in the campaign.
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