Chelsea owner goes to locker room and yells… Lampard “has no complaints”

The owner intervenes in every case. Frank Lampard says he has no complaints on the surface.

Chelsea owner Todd Boelli went into the locker room and yelled at the players. The British media ‘The Sun’ reported on the 18th (Korean time), “Boelli went to the Chelsea locker room after the 1-2 loss against Brighton on the 15th and reprimanded the players. 메이저사이트

Boelli bought Chelsea from Roman Abramovich in May of last year. Then he opened his wallet wide. He spent less than a year after purchasing Chelsea, but he spent over 600 million pounds (approximately 983 billion won) on player acquisitions alone.

As such, he is active in running the club. He goes to the stadium often and visits the locker room often. It didn’t just come from the defeat against Brighton.

Some voice their concerns. If there are many sailors, the boat goes to the mountains. Excessive interference from the owner can lead the team in the wrong direction.

In fact, Chelsea’s performance has gone downhill since the arrival of Bo Elly and his first season. They remain 11th in the Premier League and have sacked Graham Porter as manager. Lampard was called as interim manager, but after taking office, he fell into a three-game losing streak.

Chelsea players and Lampard said Boelli was used to coming to the locker room. There is no dissatisfaction with the owner giving his opinion.

“Boelli comes into the locker room every game,” said Kepa Arrizabalaga. “We have different conversations from time to time.

Coach Lampard also said, “I’m comfortable. When Roman was the owner, wasn’t he criticized for not coming to the stadium and not being with the team? That criticism wasn’t right,” he said. “The owner is very interested. He wants to help us. It is the owner’s prerogative to express one’s own opinion.”

“As a manager, I have no complaints. After the game, the owner has a positive conversation with the players. Rather, I’m happy to be able to communicate directly. It’s not a bad thing to set the team’s identity and goals,” he wrapped.