Chelsea fans are fully backing manager Frank Lampard in his time of distress

Chelsea fans are planning to release a banner in support of Frank Lampard. They have created a fund raiser platform to do so.

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Frank Lampard’s job at the Chelsea managerial position is under immense pressure after a series of losses in December most recently against Manchester City.

The Blues have slipped down to the ninth position of the league table and are not looking good at the moment. Reports are arising that Lampard may be sacked.

Chelsea fans are in full support of Frank Lampard

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Roman Abramovich looks for alternatives

Keeping the club’s history in mind, Chelsea’s hierarchy haven’t shown much patience in recent times when it comes to backing struggling manager’s.

It’s been evident when Antonio Conte the league winning manager was sacked even after winning the FA CUP for the club. The power at the hands of the players seems to be a lot surprisingly at this football club which is worrying.

Jose Mourinho encapsulated it brilliantly saying that my position of power is currently null and void as the players have decided not to play well. This will be difficult with Frank Lampard as he has a different connection not only with the player’s but with the club.

A lot of names like Andriy Shevchenko, Massimo Allegri, Thomas Tuchel and Julian Nagelssman are rising up as Roman Abramovich looks for alternatives. But amidst all this Chelsea fans have made it clear that they are willing to support their Manager.

If Chelsea supporters were allowed in the stadium they would be giving Frank Lampard and Co. the backing they deserve.

Whilst supporters are kept out of stadiums the narrative is more likely to be created from online accounts and media outlets, not those singing from the stands.

Frank Lampard has the support of the real Chelsea faithful from all over the world and we want to show him that by creating this new, 15 meter large banner to be placed inside Stamford Bridge this weekend. We are in talks with the club and are hopeful that we will be able to have this hung in time for Sunday’s FA Cup match against Morecombe but at the moment nothing is 100% set in stone at present.

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