Chelsea reportedly gave Frank Lampard time. But if the Blues keep getting worse, get ready to be replaced. Probably by Andriy Shevchenko,
Chelsea is struggling again in the Premier League. The Blues were defeated by Manchester City at Stamford Bridge on Monday.
In the last five games, it was so difficult for Chelsea to get the three points. They only won once, drew once, and lost three times. Meanwhile, Thiago Silva is in ninth place with 26 points from 17 matches.
Once mentioned as the champion’s favorite, now the London club must try to get back into the top flight.
Issues of manager Frank Lampard’s dismissal were pouring out. Lampard is considered unable to develop Chelsea.
Especially this season, Chelsea has a lot of new ammunition. But unfortunately, his new players like Timo Werner and Kai Havertz haven’t looked promising.
Reporting from the Mirror, the club is rumored to be giving Frank Lampard time to fix the team. Lampard is still trusted.
Chelsea’s opportunities are still open in the Premier League. Likewise in the Champions League and FA Cup.
Shevchenko is said to have been admired by Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, and his purchase seemed forced. Even though Chelsea at that time already had Didier Drogba, who was better at breaking into the opponent’s goal.
Now, Andriy Shevchenko is training the Ukrainian national team. He served from 2016 to 2022.
Shevchenko also helped his country qualify for the 2020 European Cup by setting an unbeaten record in the group phase matches. In total, he has lived 41 games with 21 wins, nine draws, and 11 defeats.