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It was well planned that Lampard signed for New York City but the fact is that he knew he was gonna play for Man City..

What if Abramovich creates a team somewhere, buys players there and loan everyone to Chelsea...

FFP can be overtaken...

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It’s actually worse than I thought.. Drogba wrote ‘Blue Till I die’ on the dressing room white board and left the country, Ashley Cole rejected Liverpool and left the country. Frank Lampard, the man

He looks like a muppet now. Not winning anything at City while tarnishing his status over here and making New York fans angry. Well that was some decision Frankie.

Genuinely can't believe people are defending him going to our direct rivals for the league. He's going there to train? Yeah because he can't run in America right.

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Upset two sets of fans now. Chelsea and his parent club: New York City.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/30648173

It is obvious he feels like he has a point to prove still. But it is a bit low to betray not us but his own parent team, New York City FC. If you consider that the likes of Donovan who had 2 loans to Everton during his time in the MLS break and had the chance of extending his stay till the end of the season but refused because he had his obligations for his parent team. Lampard has betrayed a lot of his own fans by this move. He could of done what Donovan done and agreed to stay for a couple months but extending it to the whole season is a bit low imo.

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It’s actually worse than I thought..

Drogba wrote ‘Blue Till I die’ on the dressing room white board and left the country, Ashley Cole rejected Liverpool and left the country.

Frank Lampard, the man who was Chelsea personified.. and embraced it!, has taken us for fools. He found a way to ‘save face’ with a pseudo-contract to pull the wool over our eyes, it was a PR move.. not for Chelsea fans but to keep his ‘clean’ ‘professional’ image intact; to not be the guy who moved directly to our only title rivals.

Nothing more needs to be said!

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Disgraceful move by Lampard.

While he is a legend and will always be respected at Chelsea, he will be viewed differently from now.

Took fans from both CFC and New York for granted.

Sad really.

They even put up a few huge billboards in NY with Lampard in the image and sold some 12000 season tickets.

This is jus plain wrong, and UEFA should look into it.

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Upset two sets of fans now. Chelsea and his parent club: New York City.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/30648173

It is obvious he feels like he has a point to prove still. But it is a bit low to betray not us but his own parent team, New York City FC. If you consider that the likes of Donovan who had 2 loans to Everton during his time in the MLS break and had the chance of extending his stay till the end of the season but refused because he had his obligations for his parent team. Lampard has betrayed a lot of his own fans by this move. He could of done what Donovan done and agreed to stay for a couple months but extending it to the whole season is a bit low imo.

NYCFC was never his parent club, he went to City on a short term transfer, not a loan, and that's how City rammed it throught the Premier League board.

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After this, I don't think he will play in USA ever really. I will be surprised if by next season he is not already signing permanent contract with City.

Tbh he was always too good to go to the US at this point in his career.

Then again I always thought he'd retire in a league like Serie A rather than MLS, so what do I know...

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After this, I don't think he will play in USA ever really. I will be surprised if by next season he is not already signing permanent contract with City.

I agree, I hate City even more I hope the board of directors die. (Not being mean) but this was (has been) all planned from day one.

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Tbh he was always too good to go to the US at this point in his career.

Then again I always thought he'd retire in a league like Serie A rather than MLS, so what do I know...

Yes, but I think everybody could understand the move actually. You know to get more money by playing in that kind of league is understandable at that point. And he is not the first time, Beckham actually still capable to do the job on the highest level too, but he is really playing in MLS first, at least...

I agree, I hate City even more I hope the board of directors die. (Not being mean) but this was (has been) all planned from day one.

Easy mate, lol. I hate them more too.

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Denis Law helped get Manchester United relegated from the English First Division and United fans still treat Law as a club legend and part of the legendary holy trinity because they remember the commitment and passion Law gave them over the years during the Busby era of success.

What's funny is that Lampard has achieved more with us than Law with United.

Everybody is entitled to their feelings towards Frank, but some of the comments on here are disgusting.

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Either way you have to respect Lampard's decision to stay and play in England because he is still rocking it even at 36.

...sorry, I cannot respect Lampard's disgusting decision to move to City. If he moved back to WEST HAM, then I would have respected that, as that was his first club and West Ham are not direct rivals. But to Man City, United, Arsenal, Liverpool (lol) or QPR...unforgivable.

I can't believe also you are still respecting him after what he DID. It's clear now he had a plan all along to hurt Chelsea after not agreeing to pay high wages to him. After the City game, it was all an act. He was probably laughing inside. It was all a game and we played right in to his/City's hands.

I know what Lampard had done in the past for us. If he wasn't the "face" of Chelsea or our so-called "legend", I wouldn't give a damn about him moving to City. But this all ends now. Enough with the "I love/respect Lampard" because he doesn't love you. He just spat on your face and to all of us.

Seriously I was embarrassed my (Arsenal/United) mates last night. It was even worse then we first heard about Lampard going on loan to City in the summer. Because at least I had an excuse about his fitness and all. Now there's no excuse. Disappointed and ashamed.

Unless he is secretly going undercover to ruin City, I will never respect Lampard again. He is now a Van Persie, or what Arsenal fans like call VP, "judas".

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*pics*

The thing is I don't know if he held those trophies to help the club, or for himself. If Roman never came to Chelsea and went to Spurs instead, would Lampard stay at Chelsea?

He was never a blue, we just had the money. As much as I hate Gerrard, he is what I call a true legend to Liverpool.

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