When it comes to helping Chelsea FC break out of its slump, Frank Lampard refuses to give up his principles: with three losses and one draw from their last five games, the Blues have lost ground in the Premier League title race, even though they are still unbeaten after 17 games.
“One of my strengths is hopefully never getting too excited when we’re doing well. For example, I tried to dampen the flames after the game against Leeds (Chelsea won 3-1 on December 5) when everyone was hyping us up,”One of my strengths is hopefully never getting too excited when we do well. For example, after the match against Leeds (Chelsea won 3-1 on December 5) when everyone hyped us up, I tried to dampen the flames,”and then it’s my job not to be too down when results go against us. The first person to put pressure on me is myself. I do it all the time, for better or worse, so it doesn’t change much. “and then it’s my job not to be t We want reports to come in. Am I changing things? A little bit, occasionally. I’m adjusting things. I never think I cracked it or that I have nothing to do with a result. “You have to look, but you have to adhere to your principles as well. Sometimes, when you’re good, the things that are praised are criticized when you’re not, just because of the outcome. “As we prepare for Sunday, here’s a little look at the past to get you in the mood. A performance to remember, as we beat City 6-0 pic.twitter.com/lxx. I wouldn’t have come back if I didn’t have that, either. It doesn’t imply that you’re as satisfied as when you’re 16 games unbeaten, and that’s usual. But it does make me completely focused. During losses and tough times, you learn more. Hold your head and work down. And not to look too much at the table. Timo Werner’s struggles in front of goal are one of the reasons for Chelsea’s dip in form. Since Nov. 7. HAPPY NEW YEAR! The £ 53 million summer signing from RB Leipzig has not scored a goal! “Every player goes through difficult times in front of goal. I found that working on the training pitch was the only way to turn the tide – repeating the finish Timo is doing now. “Every player is going through tough times in front of the goal. I found that the only way to turn the tide was to work on the training pitch – repeating the finish that Timo is doing now. ” he said. ” he said. Helping him with his trust and driving him in a better direction is my work. Then the priorities will come. “He’s sharp, he can finish. And sometimes it’s up to us to get him the ball in the right places.”