‘Bring me Allegri’ – These Chelsea fans react to ’embarrassing’ performance in narrow win vs Fulham as Lampard fails to steer away from pressure

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Chelsea have managed to secure a much-needed Premier League win after four defeats in their last six league encounters heading into today’s clash against Fulham, with victory coming in a nervy manner.

Alarm bells were already ringing just at the sight of Frank Lampard’s lineup for the clash presented as a ‘derby’ between the local neighbours, with the decision to not start Callum Hudson-Odoi causing a stir.

Chelsea legend Alan Hudson told CaughtOffside earlier this week that starlet Billy Gilmour deserved a star against the Cottagers, in a move that could’ve allowed Christian Pulisic to make more of an impact.

The first-half was closely-contested, with Fulham even enjoying more dominant spells, highlighted by a glorious chance that Ivan Cavaleiro missed after some fine work from Antonee Robinson and Kenny Tete.

Robinson was amongst the action just minutes later – but for all the wrong reasons, with the full-back recklessly clattering Cesar Azpilicueta, rightly seeing a red card and also Mason Mount’s fury.

Mount silenced the constant sections of the fanbase that question Lampard’s decision to trust the ace, as the attacking midfielder scored the all-important goal after danger was sparked by substitute Hudson-Odoi and also Ben Chilwell.

Here’s how some of the Chelsea faithful have reacted to the side’s questionable performance:

Lampard hasn’t really eased any pressure on himself at all after this display, whilst Scott Parker has somewhat turned Fulham around as of late, the Blues could only narrowly win.

The Cottagers are seen as serious candidates for relegation and also featured with 10-men for an entire half, Chelsea need to be absolutely dominating in these situations not edging through.

The fact that an apparent large number of Chelsea’s fanbase are still questioning whether Lampard is the man for the job after a much-needed win is very worrying for the legend’s future.

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  1. Damn son!
    I’m not sure if i have seen a football game to decide who’s less worse before. But still i don’t believe in any of the managers that are being speculated with chelsea more than lampard.

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