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'It is something special' - Lampard's work with Chelsea squad hailed by Azpilicueta

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Cary Erickson | 13 July, 2019, 14:56

Lampard, 41, was confirmed as the club's new manager earlier this month after Maurizio Sarri departed Stamford Bridge to take over at Juventus after just a year in charge. 'Our level and performances were not good enough and the reason they were not happy with and negative.

Chelsea's mannequins have become the unfortunate victims of Frank Lampard's return to the club as the head coach prepares to wrap up his first pre-season trip in charge of the Blues. "We have three goalkeepers here, myself, Kepa and Jamie [Cumming] and we work on specific-goalkeeper drills, while the rest of the players work with the other coaches". You can see that this season all of the fans are very happy and we have the gaffer back at the Bridge.

"I'm sure that his desire, passion for being manager and this chance to be manager of Chelsea, the club he loves and the fans love him", Azpilicueta said, as per The Telegraph.

Frank Lampard may not have the managerial experience that his top six counterparts posses, but he could be the ideal manager to help Batshuayi fulfil his potential.

"He was a hard worker so I'm looking forward to being better in this aspect, in working hard, fighting on the pitch and scoring goals", noted Kovacic, who was quick to add that he is working tirelessly with Lampard at pre-season to be ready for the 2019-20 campaign.

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"It could have been even better but we won a trophy, which is always important, and we finished third".

"We were exhausted physically and mentally but now we are ready and preparing to have a great season". Now we have something unusual - the transfer ban - which gives a chance for a lot of young players, players coming back from loan. 'We are delighted to have him as a manager. 'Sarri is gone and I can only wish him the best but it was his choice and now we have to move on.

"He told us how he wants us to play, his ideas, how he wants us to train and how much work we must put in to be successful". We are very excited and the only way we can carry it on is by winning together, getting the feeling back of being all together as a club.

"We have to because we want fitness and intensity in our game".