World news – Werner’s guilt for missing goals led to Lampard’s fall


One can understand exactly why Frank Lampard was brought back to Chelsea as manager, but it’s also easy to see why he was released from his duties so quickly.

The Rams were exciting to watch, busy in their work and a Lampard product.

However, this move was an experiment that was to fail, especially when the manager had spent more than £ 200m on the transfer market last summer and then had no idea how to get the best can get out of any player.

The West Londoners started well, but soon slowed down, so it was « when and not if » that he would be fired.

One of his new signings, Timo Werner , did not impress at all during his time at the club, and the German has admitted that he feels guilty for the role he played in his manager when he received his marching orders.

« If you come here, to play as a striker and being the man who scored the goals made me feel a bit guilty for missing so many opportunities, « Werner told Sky Sports.

 » For the club, for the old manager, but for me too, because I want to score all the time and as much as possible.

“If I had scored four or five more goals, the old manager might still be here because we might have won two or three more games but you can’t look too much into the past because there are too many games ahead of us. « 

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While his honesty is welcomed, Werner should better serve Chelsea believers, his new manager and his teammates by putting the ball in the onion sack on a regular basis.


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