Frank Lampard’s return to Chelsea as interim manager has taken a turn for the worse after the team suffered their sixth consecutive defeat, this time at the hands of London rivals Arsenal. The loss also saw Lampard set an unwanted personal record, becoming the first English manager in charge of a top-flight team to lose ten games in a row in 35 years. Despite his legendary status at the club, fans have been quick to criticize Lampard’s coaching abilities, with some suggesting he should consider a career in punditry instead. Chelsea now find themselves in 12th place in the Premier League table and face the possibility of relegation. However, Lampard remains optimistic and is focused on improving the team’s performance in their upcoming match against Bournemouth.