If Chelsea can adopt the work ethic of cricketing superhero Ben Stokes, then success will be theirs. That's the message from Frank Lampard, Blues gaffer, who admits he's still in a state of delighted shock at England's barnstorming fightback in the Ashes test at Headingley in which Stokes almost single-handedly reversed what appeared to beREAD MORE
The pavement graffiti that has popped up all around Fulham Broadway tube station - on the gum-spattered slabs - seems to have done the trick. The Blues grabbed all three points for Super Frank's first victory as manager in a thrilling, end-to-end clash with Norwich City at sun-drenched Carrow Road. Afterwards, Lampard described it asREAD MORE
It was a morale-boosting victory for new Blues manager Frank Lampard, watching from the stands. Andy Myers' Chelsea's U23 development squad beat Liverpool 3-0 at Stamford Bridge on Monday night, with Michy Batshuayi on form, scoring twice, and Tony Rudiger putting in a solid performance at centre back. It means that both are in contentionREAD MORE
Frank Lampard's return to the Bridge as manager began with fireworks, but by the end it was starting to fizzle out... probably because it's been an exhausting week and it's still very early days in a season which promises to be lively. Leicester City - tricky opponents at the best of times with Jamie Vardy'sREAD MORE
How unlucky can a manager be? Frank Lampard's debut in the dugout at Old Trafford was cruel... and undeserved. Officially, it was a 4-0 thrashing by Manchester United. Yet for large stretches of the game, Chelsea were the livelier, nippier side, striking the woodwork several times. How will Stamford Bridge's favourite midfielder of the modernREAD MORE
Frank Lampard is back in the dug-out at Stamford Bridge - one of the Blues' favourite sons, returning as manager in what amounts to something of a gamble for Chelsea. Having only relatively recently attained his training badges, and with experience limited to managing Derby County last season (a stint that impressed many within theREAD MORE
The Good Life is free, publishing six times a year to 11,500 homes in Surbiton, Tolworth, Berrylands and Long Ditton. We now reach 28,000 readers with our well-written editorial, and our eye-catching adverts.