Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard has reacted to his side’s 1-0 defeat to Newcastle United in the Premier League on Saturday.
Isaac Hayden scored the only goal of the match to give Newcastle all three points against Lampard’s men at St. James’ Park.
Frank Lampard thought Chelsea “dominated every aspect” of their 1-0 defeat to Newcastle United on Saturday evening.
Isaac Hayden headed the returning Allan Saint-Maximin’s cross past Kepa Arrizabalaga four minutes into stoppage time to send the home fans among a crowd of 52,217 at St James’ Park into raptures.
Chelsea boss, Frank Lampard, says midfielder, Ross Barkley and winger, Willian would not be leaving Stamford Bridge in this January transfer window for another clubs.
According to Lampard, he has a lot of belief in Barkley, while Willian is still in talks with the club in a bid to extend his contract.
Frank Lampard has insisted Ross Barkley is going nowhere despite West Ham admitting interest in signing the Chelsea midfielder on loan.
Barkley has just shaken off a niggling foot injury and forced his way back into Chelsea’s first team picture, and impressed in the Blues’ 3-0 Premier League win over Burnley.
Chelsea have sealed the transfer for Bryan Fiabema, who becomes the club’s first January signing, the UK Metro reports.
The Norwegian starlet who joins from Tromso, met with his new teammates, after Saturday’s win over Burnley.
Chelsea boss, Frank Lampard has described his side’s Premier League 3-0 victory over Burnley on Saturday at Stamford Bridge as one of their best performances at home this season.
Lampard also hailed Callum Hudson-Odoi, Reece James and Tammy Abraham for their brilliant performances against Sean Dyche’s men.
Frank Lampard has admitted it would be a calculated gamble to let Olivier Giroud leave Chelsea without signing a replacement.
Blues boss Lampard has given the clearest indication yet that Giroud could leave Stamford Bridge in the January window, conceding the France striker could depart even if no replacement arrives this month.
Game to watch – Tottenham v Liverpool
How Jose Mourinho would relish being the manager to halt Liverpool’s march towards invincibility. In years gone by, he might have been well fancied to pull it off, but in the here and now it is difficult to imagine a worse time for Mourinho’s Tottenham to be facing the rampant Reds.