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Frank Lampard: The Challenges of Fixing Chelsea's Woes

Chelsea has been going through a tough season, with Frank Lampard at the helm. The Blues have lost 14 games this season, with their most recent defeat being a 3-1 loss to rivals Arsenal. Lampard, who took over as manager just one game ago, has been faced with the daunting task of turning the club's fortunes around.

In a recent interview, Lampard stated that the situation at Chelsea was what he encountered when he arrived. He also mentioned that expecting him to fix things in three weeks is unrealistic. "It is not a quick fix. This is something that must be addressed," he said.

Lampard pointed out that there are a lot of factors contributing to Chelsea's poor performance this season. He cited Arsenal as an example of a team that has been working on an idea and a method for three years, while Chelsea is still trying to figure out the fundamentals. He also acknowledged that the team is far too kind and passive, and that investigating the causes of these issues is crucial.

Despite the challenges, Lampard remains determined to turn things around at Chelsea. He knows that there is a lot of work to be done, and that it will take time to implement the changes necessary for the team to improve. "We need to improve on the fundamentals before we can make any headway," he said.

Lampard's approach is a sensible one. He understands that there are no quick fixes, and that a sustainable solution requires addressing the root causes of the team's problems. This means looking at everything from the team's tactics to its mentality and culture, and making changes where necessary

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