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Frank Lampard’s position is currently believed to be facing a series of reviews especially after Leicester City defeated his team 2-0 on Tuesday. This brought the Chelsea Football Club down to the eighth position in the Premier League table.
Though the club currently tops the UEFA Champions League table, its performance in the premier league is worrisome, winning only three out of their last 10 matches.
This performance has encouraged rumors of the club taking up an interest in Julian Nagelsmann if Lampard is laid off.
In regards to this talk, Lampard said ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup tie with Luton Town FC, “I don’t listen to it”.
"There's something everywhere if you want to scroll through social media. I don't do that.
"I'm not stupid, I know the pressures that come with managing a top football club but I only do my job. It doesn't matter to me."
my career here was fantastic and it's set in stone," he said. "When I say fantastic, I'm not giving it the big I am, I'm talking about the success that I was proud to be part of.
"The link I have here with the fans and the support I get from them is amazing. I knew when I came into the job as a manager that can change - there are things that you can't control
“You do your best and I'll continue to do that while I'm managing the club. It doesn't change how I feel - wherever I work, I'll give my all."
During Lampard’s 13 years lucrative career at Chelsea as a player, eight permanent managers including the likes of Jose Mourinho, Avram Grant, Carlo Ancelotti, and Roberto Di Matteo. Will Frank beat the time span his previous coaches spent?
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