Chelsea interim manager Frank Lampard admits it has been a bad year for Chelsea and insists things need to improve at the club.
Lampard told Sky Sports: “It’s a bad year for the club. The important thing is you get to the bottom of how it improves. It needs a rebuild, the club will move on in the summer in terms of the squad. Things need to improve to get to the level.”
On the size of the job for the next manager, Lampard continued: “To come in without a pre-season and assess, it’s probably not my time to give my opinions. It’ll be someone else’s decisions and a pre-season and start and look will be imperative.”
On what he’s learned this season, Lampard added: “I don’t know. If you ask me what I’ve learnt in this short period, not so much in terms of coaching because if you haven’t got the basics, those things aren’t that important. If that’s not there then from a coaching point of view there are hard things.
“A lot of the plus points you gain from what the team are fighting for and how they find that extra bit.
“I love working for this club and that’s not changed from the moment I’ve been here.”
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