Frank Lampard has finally broken his silence after being sacked by Chelsea. The Stamford Bridge legend was relieved of his managerial duties after only 18 months in charge in January, with former Paris Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel swiftly hired as his replacement. Such a decision has been vindicated thus far, with the German leading Chelsea back into top-four contention following a formidable 14-match unbeaten run that was ended unceremoniously by relegation-threatened West Brom last weekend.
Guardiola made seven changes from win over Dortmund ahead of Wednesday’s second leg
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