Lampard is the worst Chelsea coach ‘Abramovich era’

In terms of points in the Premier League, Frank Lampard did worse than all his predecessors in the “Abramovich era”.

Lampard is the worst Chelsea coach ‘Abramovich era’

Average score of Chelsea coaches at EPL since President Abramovich bought the club
(Games: games, Win%: win rate, PPG: average score per game)

Chelsea is experiencing a crisis with no way out in the Premier League. Despite spending more than 200 million pounds to strengthen their forces in the summer market, the team led by coach Frank Lampard only got eighth place after 17 games, 3 points less than the same period last season. . It is not too much to say that the Blues are falling behind themselves.

After a humiliating defeat at Stamford Bridge’s home field to Man City, rumors emerged that BLD Chelsea was nearly impatient and began to find a replacement Lampard. In terms of winning points, the big bosses of the West London team have reason to be disappointed with the British strategist.

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According to statistics, in terms of the average score / game in the Premier League, Lampard is the worst Chelsea coach in the “Abramovich era”. Since the Russian billionaire bought the club in 2003, no one has scored as bad as “Super Frankie”.

After 55 Premier League games, Lampard averaged only 1.67 points / game, achieving a 49% win rate. Meanwhile, one of the fastest coaches that failed and “turned on the ground” under Abramovich’s boss, Andre Villas-Boas, also got an average of 1.7 points per game.

Compared to his nearest predecessor, Maurizio Sarri, Lampard was also far behind. Although the Italian strategist was much criticized, he still helped Chelsea win an average of 1.89 points / game in the Premier League, achieving a winning rate of 55%. Even “The welder” Claudio Ranieri also averaged 1.82 points / match in the Premier League.

Notably, the coach who won the best score “Abramovich era” is Avram Grant. The Israeli strategist earns an average of 2.31 points / game with a win rate of up to 69% in the Premier League. Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho is the second best performer with an average of 2.19 points / game and a 66% win rate.