Few Weeks After Losing Chelsea's Job, Lampard Ready To Become The Manager Of Another English Club
By Fijey2020 | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 56565 views
Some couple of weeks ago, Frank Lampard was sacked as a Chelsea manager after 16 months in charge of the Stamford Bridge Side. Many might have predicted the sack of Lampard but some fraction of the club believe he should have been given more time.
Frank Lampard could become the manager of another English club in coming weeks. According to reports, Lampard is leading the race to be the next Bournemouth manager. The Championship side are looking for an experienced manager that could help them gain promotion this season.
Bournemouth seem to be in a good position to qualify for the play off this season. The team is currently on sixth position but they need to improve their performance in coming weeks if they are to get a good chance of promotion.
Bournemouth have lost confidence in their coach and Frank Lampard remains the favourite to take the job. Lampard managed Derby County at the early stages of his career and it's clear he has the experience needed to compete in the Championship.
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