Maurizio Sarri’s days at Chelsea look numbered.
With Juventus lurking for the Italian, as per Sky Sport Italia, it’s thought that he could leave for Turin after the Europa League final.
Well, while fans may be split as to whether that’d be a good move or not, the Blues are reportedly (as per the article already mentioned) ready to take a calculated risk in order to replace him with a club legend.
Indeed, Frank Lampard’s work with Derby County has seemingly convinced Roman Abramovich he could be the man to take Chelsea forward. Right now, despite it being fairly early, one can’t really question the thought either. Despite being inexperienced in the managerial circuit, Lampard’s showcased some admirable qualities after exchanging his kit for a suit.
The 40-year-old’s learnt his lessons, using his own philosophy to help Derby County take one step closer to the Premier League. It wasn’t the most dominating season for the Rams, yet his persistence helped them overcome the odds, especially in THAT game at Elland Road. Indeed, Lampard learnt from his defeats, tweaking his system and encouraging a fearless attacking style for his young side.
His impeccable use of inexperienced players has showcased his virtue in management. Lampard can definitely bring smiles back at Stamford Bridge and will open heartedly be accepted by the fans. Rather than the frustrating Sarriball, he’ll give Chelsea’s blossoming young talents the chances they deserve and make them play exciting, end-to-end attacking football.
After the Italian recipe produced mixed results at Chelsea, it’s time to go back to their roots. Who better to understand the club than super Frankie Lampard? Having evolved into an astute tactician and gained impressive man-management skills, he’s proved himself as a rising manager and is perfect to usher in the new era at Chelsea.
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