Chelsea Coach Frank Lampard ‘Feeling The Heat’ As Roman Abramovich Considers Sack!

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Chelsea Coach Frank Lampard has admitted that he is feeling the heat after a poor 3-1 loss at home against Manchester City on Sunday, MySportDab reports. 

Chelsea have now lost four in their last six Premier League games.

The Blues have moved down to eighth on the Premier League table.

First-half Goals from Manchester City’s Ilkay Gundogan, Phil Foden and Kevin De Bruyne gave Chelsea no chance of a comeback.

However, Reports have started to spread that Chelsea are already considering other options if Lampard is sacked.

The 42-year-old revealed this week that patience is needed for his squad to perform at their best.

But, owner Roman Abramovich is known for his lack of patience with managers in recent years.

“I feel heat, I did even on our good run,” Lampard said.

“We are that can be producing results like City and Liverpool.

“We are a new team, now take out N’Golo Kante and Thiago Silva, there are so many young guys in the team and new players also.

“I can’t speak for the people above me because I can’t do that.

“I can’t talk about my contract, the bad result, I can only talk as the manager of the club.”

“I am less concerned about the pressure on us,” Lampard added.

“I spoke to the team after the game that I expected some difficulty times.

“I know it won’t be easy.”

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