A first home win in the league felt good to Blues manager Frank Lampard... but just as good was that clean sheet. Whether Chelsea have found their ideal back line after Saturday afternoon's 2-0 victory over Brighton remains debatable, but the relief was there for all to see as the defence left the pitch withREAD MORE
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
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