Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has weighed in on the on-going Carlos Tevez saga. Sky
“I didn’t actually see what happened in Munich, but I can understand people’s frustration,” he commented. “Some people might make the wrong decision at the wrong time and regret it afterwards, so I’m not going to dig anybody out.”
The Argentinian international allegedly refused to come off the bench in Manchester City’s UEFA Champions League clash with Bayern Munich and is currently serving a two-week suspension enforced by the club.
Lampard himself has had to deal with speculation on his Chelsea future and has rubbished suggestions he is past his best. “I’ll always keep working. That doesn’t mean I’m happy on the day but I don’t think the manager or any person would expect you to be happy or otherwise you’re picking up your money to be content to stick your bum on the bench.”
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