January 21 before the game against West Ham United this Saturday, Egypt
Furton coach Lampard was asked about his coaching position. He said that he has his own way of doing things and will not say everything.
Lampard said: “It’s been a difficult process, I’ve done absolutely everything I can, I’m not the one to analyze all the situations. I got the opportunity to coach a big club here and I
Don’t want to sound dogmatic because this isn’t a podcast, but everything is a challenge, a good challenge, a great opportunity.”
“I had one of the best nights of my footballing career against Crystal Palace. I learned a lot about myself, about coaching and living in this part of England because I’ve never been here before.
lived and worked.”
“I don’t think I dwell on these things, I have my own views on the situation, but I think it means a lot to me to be able to sit here and give a speech like this. Because I came here
By the time I was there, I already knew what the job was.”
“That’s the size of this club, with all the positives – maybe there are some things that are strenuous, but some things are out of my control, so I just try to do my job. We’re all different,
Isn’t it? It doesn’t mean that I’m really bothered by those things, but I have my own way and I try to be as natural as possible here and keep the way I handle things.”
“That’s part of the challenge of being a manager in the Premier League because before I took on the job, I might have approached things differently at Chelsea or Derby County. I have my own way of doing things and the reality is
, when I get asked questions here, I don’t say everything because I think it’s also part of the job responsibilities, which is to keep certain things private and then carry on with respect.”