How Frank Lampard, under Roman Abramovich, compares to other Chelsea managers


After Sunday’s loss to Manchester City, Frank Lampard’s place as Chelsea manager is again under scrutiny. Lampard is the twelfth different manager to work under owner Roman Abramovich.

In the Abramovich era, Frank Lampard had the lowest points per game and only Andre Villas-Boas had a worse win rate (PA chart) Claudio Ranieri – Sept 2000-May 2004 Win 107, draw 46, lose 46 Win rate 53.8, points per game 1.84 When Abramovich arrived at Stamford Bridge in June 2003, the Italian was at the helm. He guided Chelsea to a second-place finish in the Premier League and to the Champions League semifinals after spending heavily, but was sacked at the end of the season. However, at the end of the season, he was sacked. With Leicester, he won a memorable Premier League title in 2016. Jose Mourinho -Jun 2004-Sep 2007, Jun 2013-Dec 2015Jose Mourinho, center right, had a good first term in his squad with Lampard, center left (Rebecca Naden/PA)First term: 124 wins, 40 draws, 21 lossesWin percentage 67.0, points per game 2.23Second term: 80 wins, 29 draws, 27 lossesWin percentage 58.8, points per game 1.98Overall win percentage 63.6, points per game 2.12 After just one month into his fourth season, he left the club through “mutual consent” but returned in 2013. A third league title and League Cup followed, but he left the club for a second time after a dismal start to the 2015-16 season. Avram Grant – Sep 2007-May 2008 Wins 36, draws 13, loses 5 Win percentage 66.7, points per game 2.24 In 2007, the Israeli was named technical director, replacing Mourinho. Luiz Felipe Scolari – Jul 2008-Feb 2009Luiz Felipe Scolari’s tenure did not go as expected (Dave Thompson/PA)20 wins, 11 draws, 5 defeats Winning percentage 55. He lasted just one season, finishing second and losing the Champions League final to Manchester United, but has the highest winning percentage and most points per game of any Abramovich boss. 6, Points per Game 1.97 After winning the World Cup, the Brazilian Scolari was the first coach to work in the Premier League, but a poor run of form resulted in him being sacked before the end of his first season. Guus Hiddink -Feb-May 2009, Dec 2015-May 2016First term: 16 wins, 5 draws, 1 lossWin percentage 72.7, points per game 2.41Second term: 10 wins, 11 draws, 6 lossesWin percentage 37.0, points per game 1.52Overall win percentage 53.1, points per game 1.92Until the end of the season, Hiddink succeeded Scolari, mixing his duties with his role as Russian coach. Just one game was lost and he won the FA Cup, but he could not be convinced to remain. After Mourinho’s second exit, he returned with less success. Carlo Ancelotti – Jul 2009-May 2011Carlo Ancelotti lifts Premier League trophy (Nick Potts/PA)67 wins, 20 draws, 22 defeatsWin 61.5 percentage, points per game 2. 03 For the first time, Chelsea led the league and doubled the FA Cup, with his team being the first to score more than 100 Premier League goals in a season, but was sacked hours after finishing second in his second season. Andre Villas-Boas – Jun 2011-Mar 2012 Win 19, draw 11, lose 10 Win ratio 47.5, points per game 1.75 Previously hailed as the new Mourinho, Villas-Boas’ stay at Stamford Bridge w Although Chelsea were outside the Champions League positions, he was sacked following reports of a player uprising. Roberto Di Matteo – March-November 2012After the FA Cup victory, Roberto Di Matteo is welcomed by his Chelsea players (Nick Potts/PA)24 wins, 9 draws, 9 defeatsWin ratio 57.1, points per game 1.93The former Chelsea midfielder was the assistant of Villas-Boas and until the end of the season was appointed interim manager. Rafael Benitez – Nov 2012-May 2013 Won 28, drew 10, lost 10 Win ratio 58.3, points per game 1.96 Due to his past in Liverpool, the club’s last interim coach was controversial with Chelsea fans, but he won the Europa League and led the team to third place in the league, but he won the Europa League and led the team to third place in the league. Antonio Conte – Jul 2016-Jul 2018The early success of Antonio Conte gave way to a tough second season (Mike Egerton/PA)69 wins, 17 draws, 20 lossesWin ratio 65.1, points per game 2.11The Italian enjoyed a fantastic debut season in which dominant Chelsea won the league by seven points, but he started his second


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