Frank Lampard is very excited about the impact that had Jose Mournho’s return on the players from Stamford Bridge. ‘It’s like having a new teacher at school’.
After a break of six years, Jose Mourinho returned to the team where he felt loved. Last weekend the team led by the Portuguese tactician kicked off in the Premier League, The Special One debuting with a win in front of the fans, 2-0 against Hull City.
In Sunday’s match stands were full of messages of gratitude and respect for the manager of the Blues. His impact was not just on the fans, but the players who now feel more pleased by coordination on the bench.
One of the most representative players in the London club history, Frank Lampard, do not hesitate for a second to praise the coach who gave him back the confidence he needed. Now the 35 years old midfielder is ready to give everything to impress the boss. Moreover, the English international managed to score a superb goal from a free kick in the match against Hull.
“We have a new manager and he is very demanding. We are very aware of how he is and it’s like having a new teacher at school, that can only be a good thing when you have 22 players all wanting to play in the team.” said Lampard.
“There has been a lift. We have had a great pre-season. The young players have reacted to the manager. We can’t ask for more than that and we were raring to go from the first whistle.”
Frank Lampard is with Chelsea since 2001, and in Mourinho’s first term at the Stamford Bridge, the Englishman represented one of the most important players for the Portuguese tactician.