Frank Lampard

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We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Frank Lampard is associated, including Chelsea and John. Most recently, Frank Lampard has been quoted saying: “I think he's improving and he's in his prime, and particularly the link between Hazard and [Alvaro] Morata, when they're playing close together and at the top of their game, makes Chelsea a very dangerous team.” in the article Eden Hazard takes Chelsea to the highest level and his link-up play with Alvaro Morata makes them dangerous, according to club icon Frank Lampard.
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Nov 09 2017

Mourinho is a manager that likes to win and he has a way of winning. It's different to Pep Guardiola, different to Antonio Conte and that's his way. If Manchester United don't win the Premier League, for me it's the quality of the players.feedback

Nov 09 2017

Manchester City have a very strong squad this year, Chelsea still have a very strong squad and I think particularly the first XI, if everybody's fit, Chelsea are very strong.feedback

Nov 09 2017

I certainly don't think it'll be the manager, and I actually do think that Manchester United will be competitive towards the end of the season, so we'll see.feedback

Nov 01 2017

Hearing discontent about training, they better get used to it because he'll want to work his way out of it.feedback

Nov 01 2017

The players are going to have to react because I don't think Conte is a manager that will change his way. He might change players in the team but they'll have to work.feedback

Nov 01 2017

Moses is a miss. You wouldn't have thought that 18 months ago with what he's given them in the right-wing back position.feedback

Nov 01 2017

[Conte] is covering it with Azpilicueta, he's covering it with Zappacosta and it's affecting the whole back five and I think he will want to get back to knowing what his three is and working on it through the week.feedback

Oct 19 2017

I thought I was a good player in the Premier League and all of a sudden Eto'o was the fastest player I had ever seen, Ronaldinho had the most ability, and it was a real eye-opener for me.feedback

Sep 26 2017

If they win at Stamford Bridge, the gap will be extended to six, which is a fair amount all of a sudden.feedback

Sep 26 2017

Pep Guardiola's side are in great form, scoring a lot of goals and are three points clear of Chelsea in the Premier League table.feedback

Sep 26 2017

On Saturday, it does not get any easier with a home fixture against Manchester City.feedback

Aug 25 2017

We invest enough in football, we are lucky to have a huge investment in the league because it is so popular. Clubs have brought in players from all over the world, even lesser clubs.feedback

Aug 25 2017 - Champions League

If you get beaten in the Champions League, then that's because you have been beaten by a better team. It is as simple as that. Unfortunately, for the English teams, the real best teams have been a Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich for a time.feedback

Aug 25 2017

We have very very good players but not two or three game-changers in our top teams and I think that can be the difference.feedback

Aug 25 2017 - Christmas

I expect the English teams to have one or two in the semi-final. Definitely, it is time to see an English club compete. There are no excuses for me. Christmas, having no break? Physical league? Not good enough.feedback

Aug 25 2017 - Champions League

We know the main one but even against Manchester United in the Super Cup, with Cristiano Ronaldo on the bench, the rotation in the centre of passing and movement proved the benchmark. Everyone is playing catch up. I do think Chelsea have as good a chance as any out of the English clubs, alongside Manchester City. They have a big squad too and a lot of European-style players who may flourish on the Champions League platform.feedback

Aug 14 2017

I don't know the politics of that but I like Chalobah. I like the way he has come through because I have seen him come through as a school boy and watched his progress on loan. He improved while away, particularly when he went abroad [to Napoli]. I think that really improved him as a player and a person. They have got a big squad with experienced players who they know what they can get from. They want to play them to try and win things. At the same time, you look at Chelsea's bench last year and they did have a lot of youngsters on it.feedback

Aug 14 2017

I would have liked him to stay but from his point of view. I want to see him getting game time because he is old enough now. He should be playing every week and I am sure he will be doing that at Watford.feedback

Aug 14 2017

Conte did give minutes to some of them. So I think it is a two-way thing. A: the club takes responsibility to bring them lads through and B: the lads, when they are in there, they have to train every day and prove they are as good or better than who's already there.feedback

Aug 14 2017

You have to perform well enough when you train with the first team or come on for 20 minutes to show you are good enough to come in and play. You can't criticise managers too much [for not bringing them through] with the short lifespans they have got.feedback

Aug 14 2017

I don't know the ins and outs of why he left but there's certainly that market of bringing these youngsters through to sell and get money in the short term and to bring them back. We see it happening particularly at Chelsea.feedback

Aug 10 2017

So I don't think he was a problem on that front. I think he was open last year about Atletico Madrid and from then there was rumours all the time so I think it was as much him thinking about leaving. It now seems like he finally will.feedback

Aug 10 2017

I think Costa was popular there because of the all-round striker he is, he is up there with the best in the world in terms of being a big target man. He can be a target, run the line and he can also score goals. He can be a consistent problem for any defender. He is not easy to replace, I don't think replace someone exactly in his mould but in Morata, I think they have a young player with great movement.feedback

Aug 10 2017

I don't think it is an easy question to say who will win the Premier League this year.feedback

Aug 10 2017

Costa was liked in the dressing room. I think he was more disruptive on the pitch [than in the dressing room]. He played on the edge and we all saw that. In the dressing room, I heard he was jovial, got on well with all the lads.feedback

Aug 10 2017

He is a good finisher, he scored around 20 goals last year at Real Madrid and they will need him as their main striker this year.feedback

Jul 16 2017 - Disney

Disney has done a brilliant job of making out that all stepmothers are evil, but when you find yourself in that situation, you make the best of it.feedback

Jun 25 2017

You saw the system change and how he made them play in that formation, it worked well.feedback

Jun 25 2017

I think he's a huge signing for them. You talk about player of the year, I'm all for giving the players credit but because it was such a dramatic uplift from the year before I think you have to give him huge credit.feedback

Jun 25 2017

He took the club from 11th to comfortable champions and that can't be underestimated.feedback

Jun 25 2017

I think he's a huge signing for them. I have no doubts, I don't know, but I'm pretty confident he'll be there and they'll bring in players to play in the system he wants to play.feedback

Jun 24 2017

If Chelsea do lose him, they will have to make sure they get the right signing.feedback

Jun 24 2017

I don't know where Diego Costa's mind is. If he stays, brilliant, if he doesn't then you will have to go to the very top end of world strikers to replace him. That's not easy to find.feedback

May 18 2017 - Manchester United

He is young and he possibly will deliver, but as it stands, he has not been the game-changer. If you spend 90 million pounds, you do not want a 90 million pound problem, and I feel that is what there is now. You expect results and he has not quite delivered. We think of 90 million pounds for Gareth Bale, Luis Suárez, Ronaldo, Messi. They win games on their own. We do not know if Pogba can do that yet.feedback

May 13 2017 - Champions League

I hope it can be the next golden generation for Chelsea, but it is going to be hard for any one team to dominate the Premier League again over a number of seasons. Chelsea will have to improve and they will do that because they will have to deal with Champions League football. I think they will have to add to the squad. A club like Chelsea will always look to add, but they will have to add players who are top class. There's no point bringing in players who aren't better than they have got already.feedback

May 13 2017

That's going to be tough because the team they have got already looks almost complete. But they must also make sure they keep hold of their best players.feedback

May 13 2017

It will be a big test next year. It's the second season, and the formation won't be a surprise. The players will be a second season in and we saw that last season they couldn't sustain it for a second year.feedback

Apr 28 2017

There's a real intelligence factor. Every player needs to know how to move position, change position, play in different positions – and I think he's asked a lot from them this year, and I think that might be the one thing he'll look at this year: did I ask too much from this group?feedback

Apr 28 2017

I'm sure Pep Guardiola has learned more this year than in any other year of his management. At Barcelona, he had a great team – who were already playing the same style – but he enhanced it. [And at] Bayern Munich, he took on the same. Manchester City obviously have great players – and they've added great players – but he demands a lot from his players.feedback

Apr 18 2017

Whatever you do next I know everyone will respect your decision and I know that the Chels will always be your club. Absolute respect.feedback

Apr 18 2017

You deserve every accolade you get over the next weeks and beyond and I hope you get what you deserve and lift two massive trophies at the end of the season (just to add to the tally).feedback

Apr 18 2017

He was, and is, a legend, not just for his talent but just as much for his desire to get the best out of himself and others around him. That's what made him the most successful captain in the club's history. Off the pitch a great friend, to not just me but so many at the club and outside of it. The countless things I've seen JT do to help people outside of the game, things that not many see, are what defines him as a man.feedback

Apr 09 2017

I always name John Terry and Drogba as the best I played with. I always mention Zola as well because he was such an influence for me in my first few years at Chelsea.feedback

Apr 09 2017

But in terms of flair players that I played with, of that type, Eden and what he's doing now is probably the best.feedback

Apr 09 2017

For me, there's a new maturity about him – not just on the pitch, but off the pitch. He's doing more interviews, he's speaking English, and those things important when you become a player of his level. I think last year, and I am huge Eden Hazard fan, there were times when he was so confident in his ability that he would beat someone twice in midfield – he'd beat them and then beat them again. Now, there is a real directness to his play. He's more efficient and getting into areas to score goals.feedback

Mar 07 2017

He has tried to deal with it but he hasn't really drawn a big line. He's drawn a half-hearted line. Now who knows where we are with it all?feedback

Mar 07 2017

I don't think they've got a particularly strong dressing room, I really don't. I don't know them all personally but when you go through it you wonder who are the strong characters in that dressing room? There might be other players that are disgruntled, ones that are in and out of the team, and when criticism starts at a club it spreads. Sometimes players make excuses or all of a sudden they don't like the manager. When you're in that position, as Arsenal are, it becomes very difficult for the manager to deal with it.feedback

Mar 06 2017

I think we are all aware that Pep Guardiola likes to defend from the front. He's very strong in his principles and he isn't about to change now.feedback

Mar 06 2017

I think it's improved him and now you're seeing him be sharp. He's hungry, so maybe he took that test on board.feedback

Mar 06 2017

Didier Drogba I always rave about because he was an all round striker, gave you everything, but in terms of an out-and-out goalscorer and a finisher, Aguero is the best I played with. He can be quiet for a lot of the game and then he'll score. He scores winning goals, he can score any kind of goal. Around the box he is lethal, he's sharp. I like him. With Aguero, it's a tough one. By nature I don't think he's a centre forward to charge around and defensively give you loads, but Pep has set him a test now and said: 'I need you to do that work for the team.feedback

Mar 06 2017

He's a very confident lad. He has a way about him in his demeanour and how he trains every day, but he does produce and it's great to see him producing.feedback

Mar 06 2017 - Manchester United

We do need to give him time and flip forward to next season and see if he's improving. At £90m he has to be that dominant midfielder and I do believe that's in him.feedback

Mar 06 2017 - Manchester United

I feel like he's falling a little bit in between everything. When you pay £90m you want to see those results and he hasn't quite delivered.feedback

Mar 06 2017 - Manchester United

It was a signal of their intentions to spend £90m on a player who I wouldn't say is the finished article. He's got fantastic attributes - he's strong, great feet, he's bigger than you and quicker than you as a midfield player. But when you have a £90m price tag on your shoulders we analyse more and we wonder more. When you look at him at this stage of the season I'm still wondering what is his best position? What kind of player is he? What does he want to be. He's young and he possibly will do but, as it stands, he hasn't been the game-changer.feedback

Mar 06 2017

Why did I pick Michael Keane? I think we have to give credit to Burnley as a team and to a player who has been let go by a top team and had to go back down the ladder and prove himself. I've seen some games where he has been fantastic this year. He might not be in everyone's team of the year - I could have picked anyone from Chelsea's back three and didn't want to overload with Chelsea - but you have to give respect to young English players who have made a mark in a team that are defending a lot. He has been outstanding. If he goes on, the big clubs will come calling.feedback

Feb 02 2017

Whilst I have received a number of exciting offers to continue playing at home and abroad, at 38 I feel now is the time to begin the next chapter in my life.feedback

Dec 24 2016

Whatever happens, in some capacity I will be at Chelsea, whether that's with my season ticket watching them…I don't know. I will be in very close contact. Whether I have a role is not all in my hands so I can't go any further than that. I am very relaxed about it which is a nice place to be.feedback

Dec 24 2016

If the right thing comes then I'll take it. Obviously Chelsea, I would love that, but it doesn't always work that way.feedback

Dec 24 2016

Whatever happens, in some capacity I will be at Chelsea, whether that's with my season ticket watching them...I don't know. I will be in very close contact.feedback

Nov 08 2016

But he does protect his players.feedback

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