Lampard: Stop singing that song about me scoring goals against West Ham

July 28, 2019

 

Frank Lampard has made his and the club's position clear - Chelsea fans must stop their chant about him scoring all those goals against West Ham fans.

Supporters will know the derogatory term aimed at their East London rivals and Chelsea legend Lampard wants them to stop singing it.

Speaking after today's 4-3 win at Reading in his first match in England having taken over the head coach reins from Maurizio Sarri, Lampard said: “The support of the fans was incredible. I didn’t hear the song in question and of course if there’s a song in the modern day or any day that has offensive words I don’t want to hear that.

"That’s me saying that as a a big Chelsea man who really appreciates the support and had it over the years.

"We don’t want songs with offensive words.

"If the fans could sing other songs then I’ll back that.

"We don’t want to hear that.

"The club are very clear with the work we do off the pitch about anything that’s offensive or prejudiced and we’ve made a big mark on that.”

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