There were promising signs in the Super Cup defeat by Liverpool but the new man at Stamford Bridge has to start winning soon
It is hard to say at this moment what a good season would look like for Chelsea, with a transfer ban and a young, inexperienced manager who promises to field young, inexperienced players. The fact Frank Lampard is in charge, a man with so much goodwill from his time at Chelsea as a player, will buy the team a little time but what are the minimum expectations? I feel winning the Super Cup against such established, strong opponents would have made this season an overnight success. A good season for Lampard was only just out of reach – like a couple of the penalties Kepa Arrizabalaga got a hand to but couldn’t quite keep out.
Written by Eni Aluko
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2019/aug/15/frank-lampard-chelsea-liverpool-super-cup under the title “Frank Lampard’s youth policy at Chelsea should be tempered with realism | Eni Aluko”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.