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Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech believes it is conceivable Frank Lampard will still be at Stamford Bridge next season after all.
It appears the long-serving midfielder is on his way out of the club he joined from West Ham in the summer of 2001, with Chelsea unwilling to offer him a new contract.
Lampard could sign a pre-contract agreement with a foreign club this month, and has been heavily linked with the Los Angeles Galaxy , but Cech thinks there may be a twist in the tale.
He said: "There are still six months to go until the end of the season so we will see whether he stays or not. I'm not a director but if he keeps playing like that he will keep asking about the extension."
If Lampard does leave Chelsea in the summer it seems increasingly likely he will do so as the club's all-time leading goalscorer.
The England midfielder increased his tally to 194 with a penalty in Saturday's 4-0 victory over Stoke , moving him clear of Kerry Dixon in second place and ...
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Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard admits he is concerned about a potential drop in standards at the club.
Following a tumultuous season which saw Roberto Di Matteo sacked, Chelsea sit third in the Premier League, some 14 points behind leaders Manchester United.
Although there has been widespread vitriol from the Stamford Bridge terraces towards Di Matteo's temporary replacement...
Originally posted on Top-soccer.comChelsea and former England star Frank Lampard is likely to be left out in the Stamford Bridge cold in London at the end of the season. The 34 year old will be out of contract in the summer and Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has made his intentions clear that the midfield legend will be surplus to requirements. This is down to Chelsea’s policy...
Frank Lampard’s agent has denied reports of a new deal at Chelsea, insisting the Blues have stated that they will “in no circumstances” table an offer.
Jonathan Walters scored two own goals Saturday as Chelsea beat Stoke 4-0 to emphatically end the host's unbeaten home record in the Premier League.
The unfortunate Walters planted two headers into his own net when trying to clear the ball to give Chelsea a 2-0 lead by the 63rd minute. Frank Lampard then added a penalty in the 66th to move into sole possession of second place...
Premiership leaders Manchester United renew rivalry with Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday in the lunchtime kick-off. The Red Devils begin the weekend with a comfortable seven-point advantage over champions City and have had much the better of recent clashes with their Merseyside rivals.United have won the last three meetings between the teams at Old Trafford and an impressive...
Chelsea routed Stoke 4-0 Saturday to move into third place in the Premier League, taking advantage of Jonathan Walters' two own goals and missed penalty kick.
Walters headed the ball into his own net on attempted clearances in the second minute of first-half stoppage time and in the 62nd.
Frank Lampard converted a penalty kick in the 65th for his 194th Chelsea goal, moving...
For the very first time in his EPL career, Jonathan Walters looked longingly to the heavens and wished earnestly that he could just stop scoring goals.
You see, after you send two of the opposition’s crosses into the back of your own net, you start realizing that you are only one accidental ****** away from earning the utterly humiliating “own-goal hat trick” milestone… and...