Frank Lampard inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame

Chelsea and England legend, Frank Lampard became the 5th person to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. He had joined the six players, Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp, Eric Cantona, and Roy Keane. All these legends have played an important part in the history of the Premier League and had developed it into the world’s hardest and most exciting league.

The English man had scored 177 Premier League goals to his name despite being a midfielder. Only Shearer, Aguero, Rooney, and Andy Cole has more goals than him in their career.

Lampard began his career at West Ham and went on to play for the London side, Chelsea, and made around 600+ appearances for his clubs, he ended his career at Manchester City.   

“As a young lad, I remember just wanting to make it into the West Ham team and looking up to players like Roy Keane, Alan Shearer, and Thierry Henry so to be mentioned in the same bracket as them is a real honor. I am very proud and thankful for the recognition.”  Lampard said in an interview. 

He started his managerial journey coaching Chelsea youth teams and then started with Derby County. He was then appointed as the manager for his previous club, Chelsea where he had an average season and was succeeded Tuchel.


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