Chelsea’s poor run of form appears to be getting to Frank Lampard after the manager ‘lost it’ in the dressing room when addressing his players at half-time against Arsenal, according to reports. Certain individuals were rebuked in front of the group for their performance in the opening 45 minutes at the Emirates Stadium.
Any manager would have lost it. Fergie did it all the time. Jose did it all the time. Players need to come out fighting or get dropped. Clearly only few kept there place and rightly so, some were so passive in the first half against Arsenal, mainly Kovacic who was rightly hooked off at half time.
Talking into consideration, the draw yesterday night against Aston Villa, Chelsea didn't win but seeing the attitude of the players from the first minute, they just didn't win because they didn't have so much luck. Any of those players who wish to represent Chelsea under lampard should have to get used to turning up 100% on each match day or get dropped!!
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