Ancelotti sends stunning message to Lampard, tells him what to do after being sacked at Chelsea

Ancelotti sends stunning message to Lampard, tells him what to do after being sacked at Chelsea

- Frank Lampard has been told by Ancelotti to get used to coach being sacked

- This comes after the Englishman was fired at Chelsea and replaced with Tuchel

- Chelsea are currently struggling this season in the Premier League

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Carlo Ancelotti who is now in charge of Premier League giants Everton has sent a message of comfort to his former player Frank Lampard after being recently sacked at Stamford Bridge.

Lampard despite being sacked remains a legend at Stamford Bridge as he made his name at Chelsea and is also the Blues' all-time leading scorer.

The former England international got the chance to become coach at Chelsea after Sarri left and was unable to win any title last season with the Blues.

Chelsea chiefs decided to support Lampard before the start of the season with the signing of some big legs, but that has not really help the club this term in the Premier League.

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Owner of the side Roman Abramovich then decided to send Frank Lampard out of the club and appointed form Paris Saint-Germain boss Thomas Tuchel.

According to the report on UK Sun, Carlo Ancelotti explained that getting sacked by a coach is not a new thing urging his former player Lampard to get used to it and be expecting another door.

“It’s not unusual and Frank should know this.
“To be sacked is part of the job and we all have to understand this. Chelsea are no different to other clubs.
"Every club has its expectations and when things don’t go the way they want, they can’t change 20 players. So they change the manager.”
Frank Lampard and Ancelotti
Frank Lampard and Carlo Ancelotti in action. Photo by Mike Hewitt
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Earlier, had reported how Chelsea new boss Thomas Tuchel stated that it is almost impossible for the Blues to win the Premier League title this season, adding that a top-four finish might also be beyond them.

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He was appointed the west Londoners' new boss on Tuesday, January 26, replacing Frank Lampard who was sacked earlier on Monday.

Lampard's axing came on the backdrop of Chelsea's poor run of results especially in the domestic scene that saw them slip to ninth on the standings.

And German tactician Tuchel was in charge of his first game at the club on Wednesday night, January 27 when they played a goalless draw with Wolves at the Stamford Bridge.

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