After enjoying a fine start to life as a Premier League Manager, Frank Lampard is currently facing what other managers used to experience when things no longer go their way.
Lampard moved from Derby County straight to Chelsea after it was confirmed that coach Maurizio Sarri would be leaving at the end of the season and as a Chelsea legend, it was yet again another chance to serve his former club.
Lampard’s last few games in the Premier League hasn’t been great, with some shock losses to teams like West Ham, Everton and AFC Bournemouth, all average opposition’s in the Premier League.
Spurs v Chelsea. This Sunday. 👊 pic.twitter.com/4BZJkKc0mg
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) December 17, 2019
With back to back losses, Lampard faces a tricky Spurs, a team currently enjoying good football with new manager Jose Mourinho, the Portuguese manager who has also coached Chelsea in the past.
What do you think would pop out of the Chelsea hierarchy if anything bad occurs in the game against Tottenham on Sunday. Spurs are at home and have the advantage all to themselves.
Can Frank Lampard turns things around at Spurs? The Premier League table has been shaking for a while although outside of the top four. If Chelsea lose to Spurs they’ll still occupy the fourth place on the log.
But a loss wouldn’t be an option for Frank who has lost his last two Premier League games against smaller opponents. Chelsea needs a positive result against Spurs on Sunday.