Ian Wright identities two ‘massive problems’ for Chelsea and Frank Lampard

“It’s the same story,” the former midfielder said.

“I’ll probably give you the exact same press conference as I gave after Bournemouth.

“If you’re an offensive player, play round the corner, join, mix up your game and break defensive lines because teams aren’t stupid – you need to do more in an attacking sense. Personality comes in – in lots of different ways. 

“Today it was in a football sense: of finding and taking the ball into tight spaces and delivering something. We didn’t do it.


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