Giroud reveals what will happen to Chelsea under Lampard

Chelsea striker, Olivier Giroud, has said the team will play with freedom and display a fearless style of football at Stamford Bridge under Frank Lampard.

Lampard has lost his first two games in charge of the Blues.

The Blues were hammered 4-0 by Manchester United, before losing out to Liverpool in the UEFA Super Cup on penalties.

Giroud however has no doubts about Chelsea’s chances of success this season.

“Lampard always tries to be very positive.

“He’s not going to be tough with us when we’re not doing well or put us above the mood – if I can say – when we are doing well.

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“He is always trying to analyse the situation and he said he was very proud of our performance after the games. He said it was tough to lose like that, but we need to keep our heads up but, one more time, he said he was proud of us.

“To be honest, it was very painful straight after the game. I’m very disappointed for the team because we showed a great strong team character after the tough result at Old Trafford.

“Everybody said that Liverpool would be the favourites but we played at least as good as them and we created a lot of chances and we felt we had the best chances to score the third goal and win the match.

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“It’s very unlucky. I’m not used to saying that in football because it’s never random. We’ve done a very good team performance and I’ve been very proud of the boys,” Giroud said at the Besiktas Stadium.


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