Chelsea fired Frank Lampard earlier this season due to the club’s poor form. Lampard did show signs of being a capable manager.
Despite the club’s transfer ban, he led the West London club to a top-four finish in his first season in charge.
Lampard’s lack of experience and flaws in man-management, on the other hand, eventually cost him his job.
Lampard’s managerial career is unlikely to end at the age of 42. The following are possible destinations for him in the future.
Crystal Palace is a palace in London.
Roy Hodgson will turn 74 later this year, and with his contract at Crystal Palace expiring at the end of the season, it appears unlikely that the Eagles will re-sign him.
The Eagles have been disappointing over the last two years and require a fresh start. Signing a manager like Lampard is a strong statement of intent from a club that should be aiming to finish in the top half of the table rather than the bottom half.
Tottenham Hotspur is a football club in England.
Tottenham are currently without a manager after parting ways with Jose Mourinho, with Ryan Mason taking over until the end of the season.
Spurs do need to appoint a high-profile manager after many years of underachievement in order to persuade their star players to commit their futures to the club rather than seeking greener pastures elsewhere.
Lampard could get a good chukker from the Lilywhites.