Roman Abramovich finally agree on Frank Lampard’s sack over poor performance

Roman Abramovich finally agree on Frank Lampard's sack over poor performance

Frank Lampard is facing tough time as his sack rumour making headline everyday, Chelsea lost 2-0 to Leicester city at King Power stadium on Tuesday night..

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich still believe in Frank Lampard but any further disappointment may lead to his sack as blue manager.

Lampard express his feeling and concern about there 2-0 lost to Leicester on Tuesday night at King Power stadium

After the game he answered questions about the manner in which we conceded, the recent drop in confidence and his own future…

‘We were beaten by the better team,’ said Lampard. ‘The general theme of our performance was slower, was more sluggish, was lacking confidence but also lacking a bit of desire to run. That comes down to confidence at times. When a team is confident, they look like Leicester, like we did a month ago.

‘They were sharper than us, they ran more than us and they showed real moments of quality. They looked like a team in form, we looked like a team out of form.

‘I’m disappointed with both the goals. It’s pivotal when you come to a team in good form you stay in the game early. We know we can compete with Leicester when we’re playing well, but when you go 2-0 down and you’re in a difficult period of form it affects the game hugely.

‘The first is a set-piece that we need to deal with better when people don’t do their jobs. The second is poor defending on the right-hand side of our defence. They were clear individual errors that will give goals away.’

The boss was also asked about his future and if he is feeling the pressure after our recent run

‘I can’t get caught up in what the reaction will be. I took this job knowing there will be difficult times. We had a ban, we had young players, at the minute we have new players and we can see they are striving for form and to be settled into this team. We just have to fight. Everything was rosy in mid-November but it’s not so rosy now.

‘We are not the only team to suffer and I’m not the only manager to be put under this sort of pressure. The lucky thing for me is that I’m good at handling the pressure. I don’t like that we are not winning games, I want everyone to be talking about how we are moving towards the top of the league like we were a month ago.

I just have to concern myself with getting us out of this difficult period.’

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