Ashley Cole backs Frank Lampard to become Chelsea's next manager - HailNewsUp.com: provides the latest news from India and the world

Breaking

Monday, May 27, 2019

Ashley Cole backs Frank Lampard to become Chelsea's next manager

Ashley Cole backs Frank Lampard to become Chelsea's next manager
Frank Lampard has been widely touted as a possible replacement for Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri, who looks set to leave the Europa League against Arsenal.

The richest football match will take place on Monday night. Derby County faces Aston Villa in the Championship playoff final in an attempt to decide who will play in the English Premier League. It is the single most lucrative accessory in the sports world and has an unexpected financial gain for the winning team, amounting to £ 170 million. It's three times more than the combined value of winning the Champions League, the Premier League, and the FA Cup.

The final of the championship playoffs will see two former Chelsea greats face a different role. Frank Lampard, Chelsea's all-time leading scorer, is the manager of the Derby, while former Blues captain John Terry is Dean Smith's assistant at Villa. Both legendary footballers have won four Premier Leagues together at Stamford Bridge, along with four FA Cups, two League Cups, Champions League, and Europa League.

But there is another incentive for Lampard. "Super Frankie" Lampard has been heavily touted as a possible replacement for Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri, who looks set to leave the Europa League against Arsenal.

It has been speculated that Chelsea is looking for a new manager and is willing to move out of Sarri after just one season. If Lampard manages to get Derby in the Premier League in his first season as a professional manager, his chances of moving to Stamford Bridge will increase.

Even Chelsea's former left-back Ashley Cole has also backed Lampard to take over Stamford Bridge. Cole plays under Lampard in Derby County

"Frank has done a great job," Cole told the Chelsea website.

"People say it's easy to get into a lower league team, but this was a difficult job.

"His training is hard, it's intense, he got a football mark and a gift.

"It's Frank's way of playing from the back, the midfielders running down the back, so it's good to look."

"I just hope that for him we can climb".

Lampard made 648 total appearances for the Blues during his time, but now he will take a look at Derby's victory when they face Aston Villa at Wembley on Monday.