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Arsenal 1-2 Chelsea – Frank Lampard FULL Post Match Press Conference – SUBTITLES


Changes were quick and decisive but did you
get it wrong initially? I don’t think we got it wrong because when
you go and play as you did at Tottenham last week, I’d have questioned my sanity if I came
to Arsenal, played four [at the back] and it went that way in the first half. For me the main thing in the first half an
hour wasn’t the tactics. It was the spirit, the fight of the team. They were quicker.
We were lethargic. They were brave. We weren’t, we were nervous. That was the main thing. I could have made the changes after 10 minutes
and that is not Emerson, that’s probably any of the players to change it slightly because
it’s hard to convey a message with your voice on the sidelines in this atmosphere. Sometimes
it has to be a gesture. We changed and it got better. It wasn’t so much the three but Mikel Arteta
isn’t silly. He saw us play well at Tottenham and he found a way to pin our five back. We
had three men marking one at the back. They had numbers in midfield and won all the second
balls. It had to change. A great show of character to keep going? Yeah and I don’t want to sit here and declare
we are full of spirit because we haven’t done it enough this season. It’s a great sign for
us and a message for the players now we’ve won that game to see the difference it makes
from turning up to a game at this level and atmosphere without having it. We had it in the second half until the end:
the fight, the desire to keep pushing and keep pushing. We controlled every part of
the second half apart from one or two breakaways. But with us at the minute you do worry if
we’re going to score. That’s been our problem at home – control that we’re not going to
score. It took a mistake from their point of view
for us to score to get the belief. Then Willian and Tammy had the energy and nous to get the
[winning] goal. Players talking in the tunnel at the break? I like that. They should be because I don’t
want 11 quiet players who get on with it and trot out again. I said my piece and it was
pretty firm but as I said you can’t come here and have nothing about you. If anything, win, lose or draw, I wasn’t so
bothered in terms of how I saw the second half coming. It was about showing something
here because we have to, we’re Chelsea and we can’t just roll up with 3,000 fans travelling
across London to watch us. Then the lads started talking. It was aggressive,
which was a good thing. Response must please you? It was everything I wanted. We’ve been rightly
questioned recently. Everton away being a good one. They had life breathed into them
by a new manager and didn’t react and we were quiet after the game in the dressing room.
I didn’t like it. Southampton and some of our home games recently,
we’ve shown we’re lacking something. It’s not a turning point because it will only be
a turning point if we show something going forward, that we can have a right go and win
a game in a different way. Last week we won at Tottenham by playing really
good football from beginning to end. Today we won by showing some fighting spirit. If
we can put them together we’ll have a chance. Jorginho lucky not to get a second yellow? It was one of those where it certainly could
have been a second yellow. In a London derby a lot of those fouls happen. Some happen earlier
in the game don’t get given a yellow or maybe they do. We might have struck a bit of luck with that
one. But there have been times where I might have been moaning about not getting a bit
of luck in other games. I don’t think it was absolutely clearcut and
maybe you make your own luck sometimes. With the way we played and the way Jorginho played,
he was a big catalyst for the change when we came on and not just because he was the
sub. It was more that he was winning second balls and showing that kind of character. We got a slice. Like to see the aggression? I don’t think we can get to where we want
to be without aggression. People can talk about us dominating, having the majority of
possession in every game we’ve played in the Premier League this season. That’s a lovely
thing, a great stat that looks really good. But at the same time we’re fourth for a reason.
So can we get more aggressive, be more clinical in the box, do small details better? Then
we’ll have a chance. What are you learning about yourself? I suppose I’m always questioning myself. That’s
kind of how I am anyway. After Southampton I questioned were we right to go three at
the back again, questioned the personnel and could I have made differences. As a manager
you can’t dwell on that because you can become a bag of nerves consistently questioning yourself. It’s more about, for me, working really closely
with the staff that I have got because we have huge trust. Tariq Lamptey, for instance,
is a credit to Jody Morris and Joe Edwards. When we sat in the past two days and we knew
Azpilicueta had a small injury and Reece James was injured, we were looking at options for
a right wing back and they said believe in him and trust in him because they did. For me I listened to that. We felt it was
the right time to bring him into the game and he was a real catalyst because we were
getting down the sides and he gave us a little more edge to that. I learn consistently. There’s not one thing
but I learn to listen closely to the staff, try and be firm when making decisions and
always question yourself. And I suppose you learn as well that when you lose like we did
against Southampton, the important thing when you wake up the next morning is to think about
Arsenal and not be too up and down. You need to be level, otherwise it’s not too
good for your health. Hence why I am a bit fluey at
the minute. What’s Lamptey’s contract situation? We’ll see. He’s talking with the club and
hopefully he feels a bit of love from today as we’ve parachuted him in. He was actually
on his Christmas break when we called him in yesterday. He trained and then played. I’d seen him when I was doing my coaching
badges and you do a lot of hours with the academy and youth team. I saw him train a
lot and I know he has a different dimension as a right-sided wing back. He has pace, low centre of gravity and can
go by people. Of course he wants to work on his end product and all the last bits. My question to Jody when he came on was whether
he had got the confidence and personality to deal with this, a tough game with responsibility
to try and turn it. Jody said ‘yeah, no problem.’ When he drove inside and slipped Tammy in
I thought it was a great example of someone coming on and being fearless. Sometimes that’s
what you get with youth. How important for Tammy to finally score against
big six club? Hopefully it will help him for sure because
he is a goalscorer. His numbers are great this year, we know that, but they can get
even better. At Tottenham last week he showed everything
you’d want to see out of him other than the goals. People will always look at if he’s
scored against the big six. I get that from the outside but I had no doubt that he will
do. I have no doubt that he will do and as he develops he will do that even more. Today
will help him going forward. The beauty of Tammy is that he will never
hide or shirk. He’s constantly wanting to get into the box. He’s hungry and that should
be the norm for strikers. But I think with a young striker when he doesn’t get a shot
away quick enough, on the first chance when David Luiz got there and the second shot was
a good bit of skill.

Robin Kshlerin

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36 COMMENTS

  1. Paul Charles Posted on December 30, 2019 at 1:03 am

    Jorghino was superb!! Willian was excellent, as per usual these days!!

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  2. Paul Charles Posted on December 30, 2019 at 1:06 am

    We must NEVER be outmuscled!!

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  3. 1termalus Posted on December 30, 2019 at 1:24 am

    Chelsea all the way. Super Frank!

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  4. ForHead Posted on December 30, 2019 at 1:31 am

    2 things Chelsea need to be the best team in Europe.
    1. Every game away
    2. Longer transfer ban

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  5. Sloan_90 Posted on December 30, 2019 at 1:35 am

    Fantastic win for Lampard and credit to Chelsea. Arsenal were very impressive today. But the mistakes were made and Chelsea capitalized. Give Lampard a few transfer windows and he will be a success at Chelsea.

    In regards to Arteta, he is the man to lead Arsenal. This was their best performance of the season and despite the loss, it fills me with confidence he will turn this average team around. Good game of football. Respect to Chelsea and Arsenal

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  6. Kevin Clifford Posted on December 30, 2019 at 1:45 am

    Frank still doesn't know his best 11 yet

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  7. Bajram Ismaili Posted on December 30, 2019 at 2:54 am

    You acted like professional manager to day Franky, didn't waited to long to do the crucial change Emmerson with Jorginio, remember Kova and Jorginio need always to be in starting formation.

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  8. AWOL Posted on December 30, 2019 at 4:15 am

    Cancel Stamford bridge.

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  9. K. B. Posted on December 30, 2019 at 5:17 am

    We should play 4-3-3. this formation suits us really well.

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  10. Ricky Spana Posted on December 30, 2019 at 5:39 am

    You have egos … we advice you not to be benching Jorgihno.. and stop playing Emerson and don’t start mount .. but your Egos will cost your job

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  11. Jahid Nafsak Posted on December 30, 2019 at 6:27 am

    Lamps is great manager with a bit more experience and few more acquisitions we can go places

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  12. Bryan Miller Posted on December 30, 2019 at 6:50 am

    So glad to see Tammy taking his chance and running with it. What a player!

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  13. IE Posted on December 30, 2019 at 7:47 am

    It must have been a relief for Lampard. He has to improve the finishing tactics. Willian doesn't attack well from the wings. Abraham is losing his touch. I know he scored a goal but he's kind of careless with his offsides and positioning. Pulisic probably would have been better as a winger than Willian. The Everton game was a special case. Sidibe is a strong defender and will pocket wingers. But Arsenal don't have strong fullbacks like that.
    Lampard has to fix this area. Can't depend on lucky breaks like the set pieces to get 3 points. Odoi should be sold, and maybe a more reliable and responsible winger/striker than Abraham can be bought. Odoi isn't clinical enough, has always lacked talent in shooting on target, and is not a clever winger who can create chances like Pulisic or Mount can. Mount has been off the boil lately, was awful in the Spurs match. Also, lost his temper in the Arsenal game and could have gotten a yellow card or something and hurt the club's chances. I know Guendouzi hit him in the face with his arm but he's got to react more sensibly instead of starting a fight.

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  14. thetorn2010able Posted on December 30, 2019 at 7:56 am

    Omg….again game on Bridge

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  15. Zaheen Mistry Posted on December 30, 2019 at 9:17 am

    Now is the time to leave Stamford Bridge for 2 years so we can rebuild our dream stadium. Meanwhile, we can also win all away matches at Wembley maybe 😂😂

    Reply
  16. Triumph 9909 Posted on December 30, 2019 at 9:39 am

    Great after match talk, great result for the Blue's, now go celebrate Frank with a shave !..lol

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  17. Simon William Orme Posted on December 30, 2019 at 9:47 am

    People are referring to Arsenal as a big six club 😜😜😜😜

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  18. Live cover Musik Lirik & Terjemahan Posted on December 30, 2019 at 9:56 am

    He has better english than mou, sree!!!

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  19. Mensah Mbro Posted on December 30, 2019 at 11:25 am

    The name is Tariq lamptey..what a great player and great contributions he made when he came on…game changer

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  20. Tony Nogueira Posted on December 30, 2019 at 12:14 pm

    We need to turn up for the games.
    Like Lampards said the players need to be more aggressive and have the desire to win games.
    Well done lads next Brighton and we need the three points.

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  21. Etienne Bunbury Posted on December 30, 2019 at 12:27 pm

    I like frank but he’s becoming like the Chelsea fans a cockey cunt! As far as I’m concerned The more losses the better prefer to see him humbled instead of this running to the fans celebrating as if he’d just win the champions league or premiership…

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  22. tjade adeyeye Posted on December 30, 2019 at 1:31 pm

    I believe lampard has his many faults like the rest of us but knowing what to say most of the time is not one of this faults.I can't find anything 2 fault in this after match interview.

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  23. Adam 44034 Posted on December 30, 2019 at 2:07 pm

    Who got man of the match

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  24. Espen Høyland Posted on December 30, 2019 at 2:11 pm

    Lampard and Chelsea FC = 1

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  25. Legio XIII Posted on December 30, 2019 at 2:16 pm

    Fucking lucky Lamps, fucking lucky…

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  26. Mirzokayum Mirzoev Posted on December 30, 2019 at 3:31 pm

    I loved the fact that he made a change to completely control the game. We were awful in the first half. Emerson needs to improve because he's been looking slow to defend for quite a while now. But, Lamptey ?) OMG that kid can play that's for sure. We were lucky but brave and fearless though. It was good change towards improvement.

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  27. Andrew Tan Posted on December 30, 2019 at 4:18 pm

    David Luiz please come back to your old club

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  28. GodKillerGaming O Posted on December 30, 2019 at 4:24 pm

    I love frank such a good manager

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  29. donald dunlop Posted on December 30, 2019 at 4:39 pm

    Emerson is shit.

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  30. Up'D Posted on December 30, 2019 at 6:38 pm

    Watch them lose to Brighton

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  31. Shawn Kristoferu Posted on December 30, 2019 at 9:18 pm

    Lampard has all the ingredients to be a very successful coach.

    1. He is very intelligent & capable of critical thinking. Not many coaches have this ability.
    2. He is very compassionate person.
    3. He understands football.

    But he is inexperienced & will make mistakes along the way. As long as the club management is patient with him, he will be a great success.

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  32. Joseph Thomson Posted on December 30, 2019 at 10:28 pm

    Fuck off Frank

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  33. Trouble Maker Posted on December 31, 2019 at 1:37 am

    LONDON IS BLUE!

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  34. Emerald Saiyan Posted on December 31, 2019 at 8:02 am

    Don't watch football, haven't for a long time, its good to see lampard after all these years… Even if it as a manager.

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  35. Iki Aha Posted on December 31, 2019 at 8:25 am

    MUST READ POINTS FOR LAMPARD, STAFF AND OTHERS (MANY BIG TEAMS USE BELOW POINTS N WE ARE BIG TOO)
    ALL IN ALL we won and that is BRAVO to Lampard and all the Staff. But there are things we can improve immediately
    1. LIFT THE BALL OVER DEFENDERS IN 18 YARDS ESPECIALLY EITHER SIDES OF 18 YARDS OR BOX – all players should train on this for accuracy. Jorginho, Mount, Kovacic can do but they rarely do. All others should train on this. This will help our strikers to attack by running and cause a lot of problems to defenders to make mistakes! When Jorginho, Kovacic, any are in opponents half they can lift balls with more accuracy. Lifting from far needs more gifted accuracy. This lifting issue is so crucial especially when we can't create many chances as we don't have full/wing backs for that or whatever the reasons! Fabrigas was using this a lot. Many teams including ourselves have been beaten by this style. LIFT THE BALL OVER AND LEAVE A DEFENDER HANGING!!
    2. CROSSES-Although we don't have good crossers but we can improve on this. NEVER CROSS the ball in front of defenders and central for that matter! Balls will be cleared and our strikers injured easily. CROSS OVER THE DEFENDERS DIAGONALLY LEAVING THEM HANGING! Dele Ali scored many goals like that, Smpton the same and many many others! This way the balls will stay longer in opponents side for us to score or not. Or CROSS BEHIND DEFENDERS forcing them to turn and face their goalkeeper!
    3. RECEIVE CROSSES FROM THE SAME SIDE IT COMES – many crosses are cleared coz nobody is near the goal post side where the cross comes from. One must run there ready to receive the cross or flip to others or even score. Of coz another to wait at the other post side and another inside the box making the V shape. This will enable us connect many balls and allow the crosser to smash as hard as he can.
    4. RUN FASTER FROM FLANKS TO THE BOX to create scoring chances or score. Mostly we shy away we give passes back and opponents get time to gather up. Run to the box you will get at least a foul or a corner. Use mostly the flank which is more free.
    5. SYSTEM OF PLAY – a system may be useful to winning but most crucial issue is INEFFECTIVE PLAYER especially in defence or midfield. Sometimes you may disown a system while in actual fact the problem is ineffective player. Any ineffective player to be changed and next time he will play well. Even big players sometimes become ineffective it happens for anybody.
    6. TRAIN FOR THE ABOVE POINTS, BELIEVE ME WE WILL SCORE A LOT OF GOALS AND THE BALLS WILL STAY LONGER IN OPPONENTS SIDE! TRY ALL ABOVE POINTS IN A MATCH AND USE MORE THE OPTION WHICH WORKS FOR YOU BETTER!!
    MANY BIG TEAMS USE ABOVE POINTS TO WIN AND WE ARE CHELSEA WE ARE A BIG TEAM TOO.

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  36. abdiaziz osman Posted on January 1, 2020 at 12:18 am

    Chelsea need important transfer
    Timo wener in Chelsea he can play winger and striker

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