Friday, 17 September 2010

Chelsea Times - Lampard Set To Miss, Reserves Win and Anelka

Daily News and Analysis

    Frank Lampard will miss the Sunday game against Blackpool

    After the recent reports emerged from Cobham, Frank Lampard is confirmed to miss the game against Blackpool this Sunday at home. Yesterday it was made public that he will be playing but now it has been said that he will be outside as more rest is necessary to recover from the surgery. Lampard has already missed 3 Chelsea games in row. but the plus point is that he will definitely fit for next week's trip to Manchester City.

    Reserves win against Newcastle Reserves.

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2 Goal Hero -  Lalkovic (facing camera)
     Chelsea Reserve team led by Daniel Pappoe sealed the victory against magpies, thanks to 2 goals by young starlet Milan Lalkovic's 2 goals' brace. and one by Adam Phillip who converted spot kick into goal. Jacopo Sala and F.A. Youth cup winning captain Conor Clifford were amongst the other who played the game for full length.

    We have a lot of big players and everybody can score - Anelka

    2 goal hero against MSK Zilina, Nicolas Anelka has fired a warning shot to other title contenders by saying that anybody from the Chelsea squad is capable of scoring and hence team doesn't have to depend on its strikers for goals. Anelka's statement match the current situation. We have already scored 21 goals in 5 opening matches of the season and on top of that 8 Chelsea players have booked their name on goal scorers' list which is quite extraordinary situation. 3 players so far have managed to score 4 goals each viz, Anelka, Malouda, Drogba and we are all sure that there are more to come. 

     17th september 2010