"Players were afraid Under Frank Lampard" —summer signing reveals
By Nastyhazard7 | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 292 views
More stories have been revealed after Frank Lampard was sacked. The poor response of players to concurrent defeats was because of Lampard as the players have explained. The strained relationship between Frank Lampard and Peter Cech summed it all. Lampard lost it to Chelsea board and only fans were ready to back him up.
Chelsea summer signing Timo Werner has openly revealed why they lost in December and January. The Germany was invited to the Fifth Stand where he was interviewed. He started by thanking Tuchel for changing things at Stamford Bridge. He responded to how players started to fear Frank Lampard. Players knew that if they played and lost, they will be thoroughly criticized in the dressing room. Lampard did not give them the needed courage when they lost. Timo Werner is also happy that Tuchel has played him in the preferred position. He now has a lot of space to run behind defenders. Despite him not scoring, he said that his confidence is back and will start banging goals soon.
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