Chelsea’s nightmarish run continues as Lampard fights to save The Blues

Interim Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is facing a challenging time as his team lost to Brentford in their latest match, leaving them struggling to secure ninth place in the league.

Lampard has now lost 13 of his last 14 games as a manager, and the possibility of former Tottenham manager Pochettino taking over as head coach at Stamford Bridge this summer may leave Lampard feeling uncertain about his future at the club.

Chelsea’s disappointing season has left fans feeling disheartened, with the team on track to finish below Brentford and Fulham in the West London & District Midweek Combination, despite having three managers and £600 million invested in the team.

Brentford’s strong set pieces were a significant threat, as Chelsea’s captain Cesar Azpilicueta scored an own goal from Mathias Jensen’s corner just before halftime.

Despite efforts to improve the team’s performance, Chelsea struggled to make headway against Brentford, with lone striker Raheem Sterling having a forgettable season.

Lampard made changes in the second half, but Chelsea failed to score and ultimately lost to Brentford.

Lampard remains optimistic that the team can improve, but it is clear that they have a lot of work to do if they want to compete with the top teams in the league.

The future is uncertain for Lampard, and it remains to be seen what changes will be made to the team to improve their performance.

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