Via Sky Sports, Frank Lampard warns Mauricio Pochettino that standards in the Chelsea dressing room have dropped.
Chelsea ‘s miserable campaign ended on Sunday as they drew 1-1 with Newcastle United at Stamford Bridge. The Blues have won just one of their last 12 games, ending the season with 44 points – their lowest score in Premier League history.
Meanwhile, Pochettino will be announced as the next official Chelsea manager in the near future.
Asked about Pochettino ‘s arrival , Lampard said: “I’m a ‘big fan’ of Pochettino. He’s a very good manager, but it’s not personal, it’s about you having to figure it out. suitable person.
Pochettino’s history tells what he can do at the highest level. Then let them work together, to try to create an identity at the club. Those things don’t always happen overnight. We must be careful with expectations.
The general standards at Chelsea have dropped, I can be honest about that , especially since this is the last game. The standards for a club like Chelsea have to be at the maximum or you won’t be able to compete.”