Kopar Khairane

Arsenal's renovation offers lessons for Chelsea, says Lampard

Frank Lampard, the interim manager, said that the recent success of Arsenal in the Premier League may serve as a model for Chelsea's attempt to rebuild after a dismal year. The two teams will clash on Tuesday, May 2.
Chelsea lost 2-0 at Brentford last week, dropping them to 12th in the standings and putting them in danger of experiencing their worst season since finishing 14th under Glenn Hoddle in 1993-94, despite the substantial investment made by their new U.S. owners.
In the game on Tuesday, Chelsea will face an Arsenal club that, between 2016 and 2022, missed the top four six times in a row but is now once again engaged in a competitive championship race thanks to outstanding improvement achieved under manager Mikel Arteta.
“There is a drawn-out process involved in getting where you want to go. I remember facing Mikel in that early stage, Lampard said reporters before the trip to the Emirates Stadium.
“They now have a definite identity, although they used to play four or five at the back. The team, Mikel, alignment, and successful recruiting have all received a great deal of attention. Do we have the choice to execute that? Yes. Will it call for endurance and thoughtful decisions? Most definitely. However, you can get there.
“The manager, players, and owners were all questioned, and the process may take two or three years. They are an excellent example of how to do it properly.
Lampard challenged his squad to try hard to make up for their lack of confidence, even if he acknowledged that Chelsea's players are “low on confidence” as a consequence of their recent setbacks.
“You can only work to get a level of performance to bring confidence back,” said Lampard. “I've been here when confidence has been low because nobody likes to lose games. As a team, we sometimes allowed our collective standards to slip and had to raise them.When I think about history, I realise that through tenacity, we were able to reclaim it. We can only make extensive efforts to steer the team in the correct path and prepare for the future.
Defender Kalidou Koulibaly may be “out for a while,” said Lampard, after a hamstring injury sustained during the Champions League encounter against Real Madrid.

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