•   
  •   

Sport Lampard wins Manager of the Month

15:50  08 november  2019
15:50  08 november  2019 Source:   skysports.com

Lampard: Hudson-Odoi needs to learn from Sterling and Jorginho

  Lampard: Hudson-Odoi needs to learn from Sterling and Jorginho The wonderkid didn't have it all his own way in the midweek Champions League clash but the Blues boss thinks it will be a learning experienceThe Blues boss was instrumental in getting Hudson-Odoi to remain at Stamford Bridge as Bayern Munich tried to sign the 18-year-old with his previous contract expiring at the end of this season.

Frank Lampard holding a sign posing for the camera: Chelsea under Frank Lampard won all three league matches in October. Picture credit: @ChelseaFC Chelsea under Frank Lampard won all three league matches in October. Picture credit: @ChelseaFC

Frank Lampard has won the October Manager of the Month award after leading Chelsea to three straight victories last month.

Chelsea had a perfect record in October with wins over Southampton, Newcastle and Burnley.

The Blues started the month with a 4-1 victory away to Southampton before a 1-0 home win against Newcastle and ended the month with a 4-2 win at Burnley.

Slideshow: How the Premier League table would look without VAR this season (FourFourTwo)

a screen shot of a television: Fractional offsides, endless debates about the handball rule, and lots of fans now making big square gestures in the stands. VAR has firmly arrived in the Premier League and has dominated the conversation ever since. For all the debate about its benefits or whether or not it's being used properly, the question remains: without it, would anything be different? With the help of a study from bettingexpert, we’ve worked out how the table would look if the system wasn’t in place…

The winning run which has now extended to five in the league has seen the club climb to fourth place, six points clear of fifth.

Hamilton to start third after Max penalty

  Hamilton to start third after Max penalty Lewis Hamilton has received a major boost in his quest to clinch a sixth F1 title in Sunday's Mexican GP after being lifted to third on the grid.Hamilton qualified fourth, half a second down on the Red Bull, but will only start behind the Ferraris in the race after Verstappen was handed a three-place penalty for failing to slow for yellow flags on his final Q3 lap.

Lampard's next match is the visit of Crystal Palace to Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Kepa Arrizabalaga has said he is "very lucky" to work under Lampard as he hailed the influence the club legend is having at Chelsea.

Christian Pulisic holding a football ball: Chelsea scored nine goals in three games in October © Getty Chelsea scored nine goals in three games in October The Spaniard, who joined Chelsea from Athletic Bilbao in a world record transfer for a goalkeeper in summer 2018, is confident the club record goalscorer's experience will prove invaluable for the young squad.

"He is a coach that was, and he is a legend in the club," Arrizabalaga said.

"He was a very important player during his football career. I am very lucky to have him as a coach."

MSN UK is committed to Empowering the Planet and taking urgent action to protect our environment. We’re supporting Friends of the Earth to help solve the climate crisis, please give generously here or find out more about our campaign here.

Slideshow: The highest-scoring Champions League games of all time (ReadSport)

a crowd of people watching a football ball: The highest-scoring Champions League games of all time

'You can replay that in 10 years. It wouldn't happen': Chelsea boss Frank Lampard insists he would NEVER manage Tottenham... repeating vow made by Jose Mourinho back in 2015 (only for him to take over this week!) .
Frank Lampard insists he will never follow Jose Mourinho in managing both Chelsea and Tottenham as he ruled out any possibility of taking charge at the north London club.  Mourinho made a vow in 2015 that he would never take over at Tottenham due to his affection with Chelsea - only to go back on his word as he took the Spurs job on Wednesday. Lampard, who revealed the pair shared a few messages following Mourinho's appointment as Mauricio Pochettino's successor, is ready to be quoted on his own vow in 10 years time.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 0
This is interesting!