Published: Sat, July 13, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Chelsea's Azpilicueta unconcerned by Lampard's lack of experience

Chelsea's Azpilicueta unconcerned by Lampard's lack of experience

Chelsea's head coach appeared in good spirits following the match though, insisting that he was happy with his side's performance and stressed that the game was all about fitness.

"He was here for a very long and very successful period, and I can only speak the way I was with him as a player and to feel the shirt was to go every day in Cobham to be better, to train hard, to behave well on and off the pitch".

Pedro said: "We've been training really hard with Frank this week".

Yet the discord which festered last season, most obviously among the supporters, has been banished by the return of Chelsea's record goalscorer, and an air of positivity among fans and players accompanied the team even as they drew their opening pre-season fixture against Bohemian in Dublin on Wednesday. We are the players, we are not here to choose the manager or the others so now I think this it's in the past.

The Blues are aiming to challenge for the Premier League title next season after they finished third and won the Europa League in Sarri's one and only season in charge of the club.

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"I think the experience he has as a player playing at the highest level, playing under a lot of very good managers - his personality, his behaviour, his confidence - I think there is nothing to be anxious about".

Chelsea full-back Cesar Azpilicueta has said that Frank Lampard's lack of experience will not be an issue. We're pressing a lot without the ball, when we've got the ball we have to move it quickly, and in transition (we have to be) very good. 'We've been doing that quite well - and sometimes we could have done better.

Michy Batshuayi scored the first goal of the new era when he cooly slotted home inside the penalty box, before the Blues conceded an 89th-minute equaliser.

MATEO KOVACIC has trolled himself by asking new boss Frank Lampard to teach him how to score - having now gone 894 days without a goal. 'We are delighted to have him as a manager. "And being together and getting that feeling back of being all together as a club and then we know every year it's harder and harder and we have to be ready", the Chelsea captain claimed.

"We wanted to win the game as you always do but it is not about that".

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