Mikel Obi ‘Plotting’ To Be Frank Lampard Assistant At Chelsea

Mikel Obi Frank Lampard Assistant At Chelsea

Former Super Eagles captain, John Obi Mikel has spoken to the Super Lig club’s official magazine and expressed his thoughts about former teammate Frank Lampard, and his new role at Stamford Bridge.

In the summer Lampard was appointed as Chelsea manager following the departure of Maurizio Sarri, and Mikel, who’s now playing in Turkey with Trabzonspor, said he’s very happy for him.

Mikel said his former Chelsea teammates were expecting John Terry to reach the highest level first as a manager but Lampard has managed to edge ahead of him, as quoted via 61 Saat: “I am very happy for Frank.

“When we were playing at Chelsea, we are expecting that John Terry and he would be very good managers, but we were expecting Terry to reach that level first. But Lampard made a big step.

“His arrival at Chelsea means the club are caring for their legends. I joked with him after the Chelsea move, I want to be his assistant when I retire.

“I hope he will be successful at Chelsea for many more years. I also want to see John Terry in similar jobs in the future because he was our leader on the pitch.”

After impressing for Derby County last season, the former England international was given the Chelsea job after just 12 months as a manager.

Without being able to bring in new players due to the London club’s transfer ban, Lampard has done a decent job since his return.

SEE ALSO: Klopp Names his Replacement As Liverpool Boss

The Nigerian international made 372 appearances for Chelsea in 11 years and won the Champions League with the Blues in 2011.

Share or comment on this article:


If you liked this post, then please follow us on Twitter. And you can also subscribe to our YouTube Channel for exciting soccer videos.

PAY ATTENTION: Hurry Now! Click to learn to predict and bet to win BIG on NairaBet.

10 Most Expensive Things Owned By Cristiano Ronaldo | GoalBall TV


Disclaimer & Comment Rules
Note: Comments do not reflect GoalBall’s opinions. They are the personal view of our users. We wish to keep this as open and unregulated as possible. However, rude or foul language, discriminative comments spamming or any other offensive or inappropriate behaviour will not be tolerated. Comments must be in English. See our comment policy.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *