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Frank Lampard bookies' favourite to become next permanent Chelsea boss as pressure grows on Sarri

MailOnline Monday, 11 February 2019
Frank Lampard bookies' favourite to become next permanent Chelsea boss as pressure grows on SarriLampard has impressed so far this season with Derby County in the Championship in what is his first job as a manager and he now finds himself the bookmakers' favourite to be Chelsea manager.
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Frank Lampard says former club Chelsea are going through a tough period but says he is confident they will come back strong.

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