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Lampard says Chelsea need to 'move on' from Hazard exit

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Lampard says Chelsea need to 'move on' from Hazard exit

Lampard says Chelsea need to 'move on' from Hazard exit

Frank Lampard is determined his Chelsea side will move on from the loss of Eden hazard to Real Madrid.


Lampard says Chelsea need to 'move on' from Hazard exit


(SOUNDBITE) (English) CHELSEA MANAGER FRANK LAMPARD, SPEAKING ABOUT CHELSEA WITHOUT EDEN HAZARD, SAYING: "We have to find the way to carry on because a football club like Chelsea will always carry on, Eden Hazard, John Terry, Didier Drogba, etc, players move on and it's down to the next players, the next manager, that's our big challenge now, to say good luck to Eden Hazard and to carry on as Chelsea." STORY: Chelsea manager Frank Lampard said on Tuesday (August 14) there was no individual that could replace winger Eden Hazard, urging the club to move on from the loss of one of their greatest players.

Hazard moved to Real Madrid in June with the Spanish club reported to have paid around 100 million euros ($111.86 million) for the Belgium international.

Chelsea lost their opening Premier League game with Lampard in charge 4-0 to

Class="kln">Manchester United on Sunday and face

Class="kln">Liverpool in the UEFA Super Cup on Wednesday.

Former England international Lampard says the team can collectively thrive despite losing Hazard, just as they did after the departure of other club favourites.

The Super Cup pits the Champions League winners, Liverpool, against the Europa League winners, Chelsea.

(Production: Mehmet Emin Caliskan/ Jim Hatley)

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