Frank Lampard reacts to overdue first Chelsea win

Chelsea caretaker manager Frank Lampard has actually confessed was right away clear upon his go back to the club the quantity of ‘picking up’ that was needed in regards to spirits and self-confidence.

The Blues lost 6 straight video games in all competitors after Lampard was designated in the wake of Graham Potter’s sacking – consisting of house beats to Brighton and Brentford.

But Chelsea lastly stirred into life with a 3-1 win over Bournemouth on Saturday.

Lampard has actually described the problem of attempting to raise the team when outcomes were still bad.

“It was very evident in the dressing room from coming in that there was a lot of picking up that needed to be done and unfortunately you need results to come in line with that to keep you stepping forward, so that’s been tough. It was a nice small step forward,” he stated of the Bournemouth result.

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“The lads are all human, we’re all affected in similar ways when you’re not winning games or you don’t feel at your best and the only way to get through that is to fight and to work through it.

“I’ve been in relative periods where they’re tough, so absolutely they should enjoy tonight and have a beer or have a glass of wine or do whatever they do. But we cannot take our foot of the pedal in terms of trying to take steps forward until the end of this season because it’s important.”

Lampard had actually previously informed BBC Sport: “There is a lot work to do.”

Chelsea’s win moved them to 11th in the Premier League table, 3 points adrift of the leading half with 4 video games delegated play. The Blues completed 10th at the end of the 2015/16 following a late revival to rather correct an otherwise dreadful project. But they haven’t positioned in the bottom half of the Premier League table given that 1995/96 when Glenn Hoddle took them to 11th.


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