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FRANK LAMPARD RUMORS

Frank Lampard could extend Manchester City spell further into 2015

Frank Lampard will be able to extend his stay at Manchester City further in to 2015 if his parent club New York City FC decide to have a pre-season training camp in England. Lampard has quickly become an integral part of Manuel Pellegrini’s thinking at the Etihad Stadium, having impressed with goals and match-winning performances since joining on loan from the Barclays Premierâ...
Via Pro Sports Daily
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Lampard hints he could extend loan spell at Manchester City

Frank Lampard has hinted that his loan spell with Manchester City could be extended if he continues to impress for the Premier League champions. The former Chelsea man has impressed during his short-term move to the Etihad Stadium from New York City FC, scoring four times in six outings including an equalizer in the 1-1 draw with the Blues in September. Manuel Pellegrini has already...
Via Fox Sports
17 days ago  |  Discuss

This weeks Premier League talking points

Rooney sees red Another dramatic weekend of Premier League football saw controversy, two local derbies and goals, goals, goals. So where to start? How about the Saturday’s early kick off and the Merseyside derby. Jagielka’s belter Phil Jagielka is not a player know for this goal scoring touch or shooting technique. In fact, prior to this weekend’s action many fans would have...
Via isportsweb.com
25 days ago  |  Discuss

NYC midfielder Lampard yet to discuss extending loan at Man City

Frank Lampard insists there have not yet been any discussions about extending his loan spell at Manchester City. The former England midfielder signed for Major League Soccer side New York City following his release by Chelsea only to make a surprise return to the Premier League. His loan stint currently runs until the start of January but Lampard's brilliant form has inevitably...
Via Fox Sports
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Lampard's final game of the season could be against Chelsea

Frank Lampard's final match of his loan spell at Manchester City could be against his old club Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on January 31. Lampard scored a dramatic equaliser for City in the 1-1 draw against Chelsea on Sunday but it has now emerged he could also be available for the return fixture. City boss Manuel Pellegrini confirmed that a decision on Lampard's move to New...
Via Fox Sports
September 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Catching up on the EPL: Lampard Stuns Chelsea

Year after year, fans all over the globe go on about how their league is the best in the entire world. For the Premier League, this seems to ring doubly true. The English press is relentless in protecting that opinion, and to many of the pundits, you aren’t anything unless you can cut it in the EPL. Yet, every year brings with it a sense of predictability—which is not unlike...
Via The Sports Post
September 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Frank Lampard close to tears and lost for words after scoring the equaliser

Chelsea old boy Frank Lampard admitted he was almost speechless after coming off the bench to deny former boss Jose Mourinho victory at Manchester City. The 36-year-old midfielder, who was serenaded by the visiting fans at the Etihad Stadium, struck five minutes from time after being picked out by James Milner to cancel out Andre Schurrle's 71st-minute opener. Lampard told Sky...
Via Pro Sports Daily
September 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Manchester City Earns 1-1 Tie With Chelsea After Frank Lampard’s Goal

MANCHESTER, England — Frank Lampard made Chelsea pay for releasing him this summer after 13 years, scoring a trademark equalizer against his former club for Manchester City in a 1-1 draw between the two biggest contenders for the Premier League title on Sunday. Chelsea’s four-match winning run to open the season was ended by its all-time record scorer, with Lampard arriving late...
Via NESN.com
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Lampard earns ten-man City a point against former club Chelsea

Frank Lampard put his hand to his mouth, turned and walked back to his own half with a half-shrug of non-celebration. He had received a rapturous welcome from Chelsea fans when he had come on as a 78th-minute substitute for Aleksandar Kolarov and even before that the away support that delighted in claiming that Lampard had won more titles than Manchester City. But with five minutes...
Via Fox Sports
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Frank Lampard Announces Retirement From International Soccer

New York City FC footballer Frank Lampard has announced his retirement today from the England national team. Lampard is “hanging up his boots” from international soccer before England begins its first Euro 2016 qualification game. The gifted midfielder made 106 appearances for the England national team, at the senior level. In his final game for England, he played as captain...
Via World Soccer Talk
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss
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