- Stats show that Frank Lampard is the worst manager of the Roman Abramovich era
- The English-born manager was sacked on Monday, January 25 due to a poor run of results
- Lampard sits at the base of the table showing the performances of the coaches' win ratio
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Chelsea may have been right to cut ties with Frank Lampard after stats show that he is the worst manager with the worst points-per-game record of the Roman Abramovich era.
Though the 42-year-old guided the Blues to a 3-1 win over Luton Town in their FA Cup fourth round fixture last weekend, however, that was not enough to save his job.
The former midfielder who was appointed in the summer of 2019 sits at the base of the chart with a 49 per cent win ratio in 57 appearances which translates to 1.67 points-per-game.
Lampard left the London club in ninth position on the Premier League table despite buying some players during the summer transfer window.
Avram Grant has the highest rating with 69 per cent from 32 games and a staggering 2.31 points per game record.
The Israeli football manager only lasted one year in charge of the club before being replaced by Luiz Felipe Scolari in July 2008.
Two-tome Champions League winner Jose Mourinho is next with 2.19 points per game after a 66 per cent win ratio after 212 games.
Current Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte comes third on the table with a 67 per cent win ratio after 76 games across competitions. He is rated behind Grant with 2.14 points per game.
Carlo Ancelotti and Rafael Benitez complete the top five managers with the topmost points per game during their reign at Stamford Bridge.
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Legit.ng earlier reported that Danny Drinkwater has come under heavy criticism as he posted a celebratory picture on social media after Frank Lampard's sacking.
The 42-year-old has been relieved of his duties as head coach of the Blues despite guiding his side to a 3-1 win over Luton Town in their FA Cup meeting over the weekend.
Tammy Abraham scored all three goals for the Stamford Bridge outfit but that was not enough to save the job of the club legend.