Lampard: 'I don't want to be an interim manager in my next job'
Frank Lampard, the interim manager of Chelsea, has stated that he would not accept the same position in the future.
Former midfielder Frank Lampard was brought in on a temporary basis by Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly after the sacking of Graham Potter in April.
However, Lampard has revealed that he would not take up a similar role in the future, and has lost all six games he has taken charge of so far.
After being appointed as Chelsea's caretaker boss on a temporary basis, Frank Lampard has lost all six games he has taken charge of so far.
While there have been rumors of him leaving Stamford Bridge and being replaced by Mauricio Pochettino, Lampard has now stated that he is not interested in taking on any more short-term jobs in the future.
"I’m happy here but I don’t want to be an interim manager in my next job. I haven’t got regrets.
“When I came back here I certainly took it on with a lot of heart and understanding that it was short term. But I don’t want to be an interim manager again,” Lampard said.