Stamford Bridge hero Frank Lampard iterates his desire to manage Chelsea one day.
New York City FC midfielder Frank Lampard scored two late goals to guide his side to a 3-2 victory against DC United in their Major League Soccer encounter.
Chelsea legend Frank Lampard speaks about the possibility of a return to Stamford Bridge and suggests that he will be back to the club in one way or another.
Brazilian midfielder Kaka is the highest-paid player in Major League Soccer this season, taking home $7.167 million from Orlando City according to salary figures released Friday by the MLS Players Union. The former Milan and Real Madrid star edged Toronto’s Sebastien Giovinco, the former Juventus striker from Italy on $7.115 million, while such high-profile new arrivals as England’s Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard saw their compensation made public as well, the duo among 21 MLS players who will crack the $1 million mark this year. Midfielder Gerrard is assured $6.332 million from the Los Angeles Galaxy while Lampard will receive $6 million from New York City. And each of them have some well-paid new teammates as well. Italy’s Andrea Pirlo will be paid $2.315 million by New York City, which also shells out $5.61 million to Spaniard David Villa. Irishman Robbie Keane will receive $4.5 million from the Galaxy, who also will give Mexico’s Giovani dos Santos $4.1 million. […]
Chelsea FC are hopping mad at Frank Lampard while Cristiano Ronaldo trolls his former club, Manchester United.
After years of living in the shadows, the MLS (Major League Soccer) has finally arrived on the big stage, with the acquisitions of Lampard and Villa.
Assistant coach of Chelsea, Steve Holland says he hopes that talks with John Terry will 'conclude amicably over the next few weeks', and the same for Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole.
The 35 year old says he is happy to be part of Jose Mourinho's plans this season.
Chelsea travel North to take on Everton as the Premier League resumes after yet another International break. TheHardtackle brings a detailed preview of the fixture.
In the game of chess unfolding at Chelsea, between Benitez, Roman Abramovich, and the aging duo of Lampard and Terry, is there a way all parties can save face?