Tony Cascarino has praised Frank Lampard’s ‘ruthlessness’ and believes the Chelsea boss has learnt his cut-throat determination making from his former supervisor Jose Mourinho.
The Blues bounced again from their bitterly disappointing defeat to West Ham in midweek with a dominant 3-Zero win over Watford on Saturday.
Lampard rung the adjustments for the match and dropped the likes of Antonio Rudiger and Marcos Alonso, who each made errors within the defeat to the Hammers.
And Cascarino believes Lampard needs to be recommended for his no-nonsense strategy.
“What I discover extraordinary about him [Lampard] is how ruthless he could be when needed,” he advised talkSPORT.
“Yesterday he pulled the plug on Marcos Alonso at left-back and performed Azplicueta, switched him from the correct to the left facet.
“He dropped Tammy Abraham and introduced in Olivier Giroud and he dropped Antonio Rudiger.”
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Cascarino additionally believes Lampard learnt his administration abilities from his former boss Mourinho in the course of the Portuguese’s two stints at Stamford Bridge.
“Typically you must make name as a supervisor however Frank does it extremely rapidly,” he added.
“There isn’t any leeway with him. If he feels one thing must be modified he does it and I do surprise if that comes from his early days with Jose [Mourinho].
“He did it usually at Chelsea – when somebody wasn’t pulling their weight he took the out the staff instantly.”