Frank Lampard's comments about White Hart Lane resurfaced ahead of Chelsea's Premier League game against Tottenham Hotspur on February 26. Lampard, who played for the Blues from 2001-2014, spoke to Gary Neville on The Overlap in November 2021. The right back asked Lampard where he enjoyed playing most as a player.
The former West Ham United midfielder replied (h/t @Football__Tweet):
"Tottenham. We beat them a lot. Chelsea had something from before I got to the club where they call it the three-point line and not the White Hart Lane."
Lampard played 16 times at White Hart Lane for the Blues. Eight of those games ended with away wins, while the Spurs won just four of those encounters. The former England international himself has 4 goals and 3 assists in all competitions on Spurs' field in a Chelsea shirt. Tottenham moved from White Hart Lane in the summer of 2017 and moved to the modern stadium Tottenham Hotspur in April 2019. Their fortunes have not changed much since the switch, as they have lost three of their four field games. home against the Blues ever since. Lampard is now a free agent after being sacked by Everton in January 2023. They brought in Sean Dyche as a replacement after Lampard's Toffees lost nine of their last 12 Premier League games under him. He led Chelsea from 2019 to January 2021 before moving to Goodison Park.
Source; Football Tweet, Sportskeeda News
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