Chelsea appoints Lampard as their new manager

Former Chelsea player and assistant captain Frank Lampard have been appointed as the new manager for ‘the blues’. Through their twitter account, Chelsea Football Club announced Lampard as their new coach.

He began his career at Westham United in 1993/94 before joining the blues in 2001/02 season where he scored 5 goals for Chelsea in his first season. He was at Chelsea for over 12 seasons and is the record holder of Chelsea’s all-time top scorer.

Lampard is taking over after former Chelsea coach Marizio Sarri joined Jventus as their new head coach after winning Europa League and finishing 3rd in the Premier League. He almost promoted Derby County FC to premier league but was defeated by John Terry’s Aston villa FC in the championships finals.

The new Chelsea head coach won 3 premier league titles, one UEFA Champions League, Europa League, 4 FA cups and 2 EFL cups. ‘’Super Frank”  was Derby Conty head coach before joining Chelsea. He is the 2nd player with most wins (349) in premier league after Ryan Giggs(407) and also 4th best player with the highest assists in premier league with 102 assists.

Frank will open his premier league debut as a head coach of Chelsea away to Manchester United on Sunday 11 August 6:30pm EAT.


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