Jodi morris’ suggest bright future for Chelsea under frank lampard


Jody Morris’ comments on the strength of Chelsea’s academy suggests that he and Frank Lampard may be the perfect fit for the task at hand at Stamford Bridge.
The Daily Mail report that Lampard is in pole position to replace Maurizio Sarri, who appears set to leave Chelsea and become the new manager of Juventus.
If Lampard were to become Chelsea boss, his Derby County assistant Morris, also a former Blue, is likely to come with him and be part of the setup.
Morris previously worked as manager of Chelsea’s U18 side, so is well accustomed to the amount of talent we have coming up through the academy.
He, as well as Lampard, appears keen on utilising them. He’s quoted by the Daily Mail revealing his belief that Chelsea managers have unfairly overlooked the youngsters:
“I don’t think there’s an academy in this country that’s better. But it doesn’t look like that on paper because of the amount of players who are not playing in the first team.”
“The players are good enough, most definitely, but the managers are not, for one, aware of them.”
While they are not as qualified as other managers we may consider, their attitude towards our younger players could certainly help us ride out the transfer ban.