Lampard sets sights on long Champions League run with Chelsea despite transfer

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard admits that the club's two-window transfer ban makes the challenge of competitive during this season's Champions League that abundant tougher, however insists he and his squad intent to travel as so much as they'll with what they need at their disposal.

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The Blues can learn their European fate for this season in hard way, once UEFA hold the draw to set up fixtures  to face one another within the competition's cluster stages.

The strongest groups on the continent can face one another for club football's most in demand award, and Lampard hopes that the strength of the Premier League can place his young Chelsea facet in sensible position for handling those pressures.

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It's however reiterated by the new boss that premiership league is more strong and more competitive as Manchester City and Liverpool currently the best club according to report from GOAL.


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