Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has admitted to tendencies of being shown the exit door at Stamford Bridge before the expiration of his three-year contract with the West Londoners
The Blues gaffer has found himself under intense pressure over the past couple of weeks with his side failing to produce impressive results, with just a single win in their last six premier league matches including last Sunday’s abysmal loss at Stamford Bridge to Man City.
Speaking with ChelseaTV earlier, the 42-year-old made known the chances of him sacked as a result of poor run of form from his side.Embed from Getty Images
Lampard also disclosed his full commitment to getting the London outfit back to winning ways.
“Many managers have held this position and left, that’s just the way it is” Lampard told ChelseaTV.
“When the results are not good enough, you know there’s a chance of leaving anytime. I don’t like to think of that, we have to keep working on winning games. That is all the most important for me and the players right now” He said.
On growing calls for more chances for Blues U-23 players against League Two side Morecambe, the English manager hinted on the chances of fielding a couple of them.
“Yeah, its good to have to them play first team matches to boost their confidence, help them develop as well”Embed from Getty Images
“We know how important they are to us, we’ve had Tino [Anjorin] in and out with us, hopefully we can have more of them with us” Lampard said.
Chelsea currently sit 9th on the premier league log courtesy of four disappointing losses and a draw from their last six games, but the Blues legend insists on looking ahead for possible turnaround.
“This is football, We have to remain focused on the games ahead, losses are of course upsetting but everyone in the team understands the situation”
“We’ve had discussions on this. We need to give more on the pitch, more spirit, more character. We can still have a good season” He concluded.
Chelsea will hope to arrest a poor run of outings with a resounding win over Morecambe on Sunday before making a trip to Fulham next Friday.
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