Former Chelsea supervisor Avram Grant has backed under-fire present boss Frank Lampard to show the Premier League membership’s fortunes round after a turbulent begin to the season.
An enormous outlay within the shut season, together with the signings of German playmaker Kai Havertz and striker Timo Werner raised expectations on Chelsea, who completed fourth in Lampard’s first season in cost in 2019-20.
The London membership had been tipped as title contenders following a robust begin to the present marketing campaign however 4 defeats in six Premier League video games have left them in ninth spot and raised the stress on Lampard.
“It’s good to be robust when issues are usually not going nicely, when issues are going nicely everyone seems to be a genius and is aware of what to do,” Grant, who was sacked simply days after guiding Chelsea to the Champions League ultimate in 2008, stated in an Instagram publish.
“However in a state of affairs like this that you must search for options and present loads of character. What I can say to Frank and the others on the membership is be affected person, do no matter is critical… Don’t lose your preventing spirit on the highest degree.
“Don’t lose what you might have right here (factors at head) that you must search for options. For those who do this then the whole lot will probably be okay as a result of the standard is there.”
Chelsea host League Two (third-tier) facet Morecambe within the FA Cup third spherical on Sunday.