Chelsea Makes Decision on Lampard
Despite the not encouraging performance being experienced by the London club, Chelsea have decided not not changed Frank Lampard as the club head coach till end of the season.
Frank Lampard, expected to stay as interim coach until the end of the season.
Meanwhile, negotiations between Chelsea and Mauricio Pochettino continue in order to complete the agreement on which Pochettino is expected resume for the task during summer.
It is instructive to note Lampard become the first Chelsea manager in the club's 118-year history to lose his first five games in charge.
Lampard returned to Stamford Bridge on April 6 for a short-term spell until the end of the season following the dismissal of Graham Potter.
However, matters certainly haven't gone to plan so far, and Lampard has now broken an unwanted record, as reported.
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Frank Lampard Sets New Record as Chelsea Manager
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