Frank Lampard, Chelsea coach, wants EPL to return when it is safe for players

Frank Lampard, Chelsea coach, wants EPL to return when it is safe for players

- Frank Lampard has stated that Premier League should return when safe for players

- Premier League has been on hold since March due to the threat of coronavirus

- Liverpool are still topping the standings and have the chance to win the title

Frank Lampard who is Chelsea's gaffer has stated emphatically that the suspended Premier League season should only return when it is safe for players to play football.

League games was suspended in March after Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta and Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi contracted the virus which brought serious panic to England.

And since then, there have been talks on when the Premier League season should return even though many people are of the opinion that the 2019/20 term be cancelled.

Although Premier League clubs have resumed training, but Chelsea manager Frank Lampard appears to be scared of the danger that coronavirus has.

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"Fans won't be coming but will it change things for society with the police and the NHS? All these things need to come together and hopefully we can get our game back." Lampard told BBC.

Chelsea are aiming to finish among the top four this season in the Premier League so as to qualify for next Champions League.

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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Ghanaian football legend Michael Essien explained that ex Ivory Coast international Didier Drogba played a significant role in making him to snub Manchester United for Chelsea.

Michael Essien was in the best form of his life when he was playing for Lyon in France in which he was wanted by many clubs in Europe.

Among the clubs who wanted to sign the African football star then were Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea which was a great battle.

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During this time in 2005, current Spurs boss Jose Mourinho was the manager at Chelsea and it will be recalled that the Portuguese made his team round African stars.

Essien stated that he was in Malouda's house on that day that Didier Drogba called the Frenchman asking him about how he could speak with him.

Malouda then gave the phone to Micheal Essien in which he spoke with Drogba and the Ivorian made him to understand that he will succeed at Stamford Bridge.

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