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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard hails new striker Timo Werner

Mid-Day Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard hails new striker Timo WernerFrank Lampard believes Chelsea are already showing the benefits of his £200 million ($257 million) spending spree as they kicked off their Premier League campaign with a 3-1 win at Brighton on Monday. Blues boss Lampard has splashed out on a host of new signings and the early returns on his lavish investment were promising. Kai...
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News video: Frank Lampard expects Timo Werner to be fit to face Liverpool at Stamford Bridge

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Frank Lampard has backed “real threat” Timo Werner to shake off a dead leg tobe fit in time to face Liverpool on Sunday. Germany hitman Werner impressed onhis Premier League debut, winning a penalty as Chelsea eased past Brighton 3-1at the Amex Stadium. “I was really pleased with Timo, I know...

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