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Frank Lampard

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Frank Lampard
Date of Birth: 21/06/1978
Place of Birth: Romford
Nationality: English
Height: 6.00 (1.80 m)
Weight: 13.00 (82.6 Kg)
Club: Chelsea 4 articles
Nolberto Solano: MAGPIES HAVE NOTHING TO FEAR - SOLANO - 18/11/2005
Nol's verdict on Newcastle's trip to Stamford Bridge More
Gavin Peacock: This is Europe - not the Premiership - 24/03/2004
Gavin looks at tonight's game and warns that we might see a more defensive Chelsea performance as a 0-0 draw would be seen as a great result. More
Gavin Peacock: Scott Parker - one of the finest players in the Premiership - 21/01/2004
With Chelsea in for Charlton's Scott Parker, Gavin looks at the qualities of the midfielder and states that if the move does materialise, he won't be 'just another' player at Stamford Bridge. More
Robbie Elliott: Chelsea - anything could happen - 08/11/2003
Robbie looks forward to Sunday's game at Chelsea and feels that the game is very hard to call... More
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Joe Cole hails Jose Mourinho as master motivator - 17/02/2018
Joe Cole lauded Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho as a master motivator who coaxed an extra 10 per cent out of Frank Lampard at Chelsea.
Man City approach matches better than anyone - Lampard - 14/02/2018
Chelsea legend Frank Lampard has hailed Manchester City after their comfortable 4-0 victory away at Basle in the Champions League.

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