Frank Lampard denies not to be seeing Steven Gerrard eye to eye at any point in his career.

Lampard was employed for a club which was the bitterest of rivals to the one Gerrard was employed for.

And the battle was on between the two players even on national duty because very rarely would both of them get included in the XI. Majority of the time, it was the choice between the two and only one would be picked.

Antonio Conte will be able to lead the club to title - Frank Lampard

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard believes that manager Antonio Conte will be able to lead the club to title success in the 2016-17 campaign. Conte is the latest Italian to manage Chelsea and the club has a long history of successful

Italian managers with recent ones like Carlo Ancelotti and Roberto di Matteo still fondly remembered by the fans. The passion shown by Conte on the touchline is expected to be a certain hit amongst supporters, who will also be greatly appreciating the tactical awareness. Conte was highly successful player at Juventus and he went on to win numerous titles as their midfielder.

Frank Lampard backs Younger Players for 2016 Euro

Former England international Frank Lampard believes that players like Tottenham youngster Dele Alli can have a major impact at the Euro 2016.

England played poorly at Euros

England played poorly at the Euros in France according to former Chelsea and England midfielder Frank Lampard.

He said that the team underperformed in the tournament and that we should accept the truth. He stated that it is never easy to accept defeat in an international competition, but he believes that the team could have achieved much more in France.


English Premier League side Chelsea FC are really keen on signing French star striker Antoine Griezmann this summer but the player chose to commit his future to his Spanish club Atletico Madrid, according to reports.


The manager of the English national team Roy Hodgson says the team after qualifying for the knockout stage of the Euro 2016 in France, is not afraid of any team in the continental tournament. He also admitted that the England squad does not cause a stir ahead of any game now.

Frank Lampard will serve as a pundit for the 2016 Euro’s

Frank Lampard is having a disastrous period of time with New York City, the main reason of his underwhelming spell as a performer of the MLS club is due to his string of injuries which has limited his playing time on the pitch.

These injuries will not stop Frank Lampard from being a pundit for the upcoming 2016 Euro’s as the Englishman will be working alongside JurgenKlinsmann for BBC.


Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard’s image at the MLS just keeps getting messier.

The 38-year old UEFA Champions League winner has lots of thing going wrong for him in the US. The $6m-a-year star midfielder got a poor response from his team’s supporters when he was called on to help the team last weekend.

Paul Pogba wants to Surpass the achievements of Frank Lampard

Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba claims that he wants to surpass the achievements of Frank Lampard.

The Frenchman is regarded as one of the finest young box-to-box midfielders in world football. Meanwhile, Lampard may be at the tail end of his career playing in the MLS, but he is regarded as one of the finest midfielders of his generation in the Premier league. Few can come close to the achievements of Lampard when it comes to score goals and winning trophies. He may not have the reputation of players like Steven Gerrard, but the former Chelsea midfielder remains a bankable star.

Frank Lampard fears about Forcing out of Chelsea

Frank Lampard says that he feared that he would be forced out of Chelsea when Roman Abramovich came to the club in 2003.


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