It’s sad – Petr Cech Cech reacts to Chelsea’s struggles under Lampard
Chelsea legend Petr Cech has said that what is going at the club is sad.
However, the former goalkeeper still believes that winning just one match could turn the whole situation around for the Blues.
Chelsea suffered a 3-1 defeat to Arsenal in their Premier League outing on Tuesday and that was their sixth since Frank Lampard returned to the club on an interim basis.
Cech, who also served as Chelsea’s technical and performance advisor last summer, following the sack of Thomas Tuchel, is hopeful his former club would improve.
“It’s obviously sad to see the club in a position in the table as they are,” Cech told Sky Sports.
“But there are a lot of experienced players who, obviously, have experienced difficult moments in their careers like that.
“So I hope that Frank gets together with the players and they can find a solution for the next coming games.”
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