Frank Lampard is making history for all the wrong reasons at Chelsea, with his current six-game losing streak the worst run since 1993. The 44 year-old, who scored an incredible 211 goals for the west Londoners as a player, returned to Stamford Bridge in April following the sacking of Graham Potter and has since seen his team lose all six games by an aggregate scoreline of 12-2. In his first stint in charge, Lampard oversaw 84 games from the dugout, winning 44, drawing 15 and losing 25 to give him a win percentage of 52 per cent, which has dropped to 49 per cent overall with the six defeats this season.
Lampard did draw praise for his one full season in charge, however, guiding Chelsea to fourth place in the Premier League and reaching the final of the FA Cup. Chelsea were also operating under a FIFA imposed transfer embargo during Lampard’s reign, which forced the club legend to bleed a number of academy graduates into the starting XI such as Mason Mount, Reece James and Fikayo Tomori. The team scored 171 goals and conceded 116 during his tenure, which came to an end in January 2021 with Chelsea languishing down in 10th place.