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Despite reports that Frank Lampard had fallen out with manager Andre Villas-Boas, the Chelsea midfielder has reassured supporters his loyalty lies at Stamford Bridge whilst refusing to deny that the allegations of a rift between the pair are true.
Lampard had staked his claim for a first team place with a late winner against Wolves, but has found himself out of the starting line up on many occasions this season and the Englishman has made no secret of his frustration at the lack of opportunities.
It was speculated that following the game at Molineux, Villas-Boas an
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Frank Lampard insists the spine of the team which has brought Chelsea so much success during the past decade is still crucial to their chances of glory during the modern era.
Lampard is one of the senior players who is no longer a definite for the first team under Andre Villas-Boas.
He responded to a rare start against Wolves on Monday night with a late winner which pushed the...
Frank Lampard relieved the pressure on Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas by securing a 2-1 victory at Wolverhampton Wanderers on Monday.
Chelsea dropped out of the Premier League's top four on Saturday after losing to Aston Villa and relied on Lampard's late winner from close range to secure maximum points again.
Ramires had put Chelsea in front in the 54th minute, holding...
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So, with Gary Cahill reportedly not playing ball with us financially it’s only natural he’d be linked to United isn’t it?
I mean, Bolton had allegedly agreed a £7 million fee with us, only for Cahill to try and squeeze us for £100,000 a week. And with Chelsea said to be unhappy to pay that amount, why on earth wouldn’t the press link him with the club probably the least...
WOLVERHAMPTON, England (AP) -Frank Lampard relieved the pressure on Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas by securing a 2-1 victory at Wolverhampton Wanderers on Monday.
The club stalwart has found himself in and out of the starting XI but he scored the winner against Wolves, and bemoans the team's drop in standards since mini-renaissance
Mick McCarthy attacked Wolves defence for their late loss to Chelsea at Molineux on Monday. Frank Lampard popped up to...
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has claimed that his club will be unable to wrestle Frank Lampard away from Chelsea, The Daily Mail reports.
Ferguson is considering a sensational switch for the unsettled Blues midfielder and Lampard himself is not averse to a move away from Stamford Bridge. The England international has reportedly fallen out with Blues boss Andre Villas...
Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has insisted there is no rift between the players and the management at Stamford Bridge, BBC Sport reports.
The Blues beat Wolves 2-1 at Molineux in a drama-filled game yesterday and moved themselves into fourth place in the process. Chelsea could have seen Frank Lampard dismissed for a bad tackle on Wolves midfielder Adam Hammill, but the England...
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