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Frank's first goal against Huddersfield was his 100th for the club in six-and-a-half years since joining from West Ham in June 2001. He becomes the eighth Chelsea player to reach that milestone.

The 100 club

Bobby Tambling 202 goals, 366+4 games

Kerry Dixon 193 goals, 413+7 games

Roy Bentley 150 goals, 367 games

Peter Osgood 150 goals, 376+4 games

Jimmy Greaves 132 goals, 169 games

George Mills 123 goals, 239 games

George Hilsdon 107 goals, 164 games

Frank Lampard 101 goals, 334+19 games

FRANK LAMPARD 100 Chelsea GOALS

2001/02

1 Sep 20 Levski Sofia (UEFA Cup home) W 3-0

2 Dec 23 Bolton Wanderers (home) W 5-1

3 Dec 26 Arsenal (away) L 1-2

4 Jan 16 Norwich City (FA Cup home) W 4-0

5 Feb 9 Aston Villa (away) D 1-1

6 Mar 2 Charlton Athletic (away) L 1-2

7 Mar 13 Tottenham Hotspur (home) W 4-0

2002/03

8 Aug 17 Charlton Athletic (away) W 3-2

9 Aug 28 Southampton (away) D 1-1

10 Oct 3 Viking Stavanger (UEFA Cup away) L 2-4

11 Dec 21 Aston Villa (home) W 2-0

12 Jan 28 Leeds United (home) W 3-2

13 Mar 1 Newcastle United (away) L 1-2

14 Mar 8 Arsenal (FA Cup away) D 2-2

15 Mar 22 Manchester City (home) W 5-0

2003/04

16 Sep 13 Tottenham Hotspur (home) W 4-2

17 Sep 20 Wolverhampton Wanderers (away) W 5-0

18 Oct 22 Lazio (Champions League home) W 2-1

19 Nov 4 Lazio (Champions League away) W 4-0

20 Nov 9 Newcastle United (home) W 5-0 (penalty)

21 Nov 30 Manchester United (home) W 1-0 (penalty)

22 Dec 28 Portsmouth (home) W 3-0

23 Jan 3 Watford (FA Cup away) D 2-2

24,25 Feb 1 Blackburn Rovers (away) W 3-2

26 Mar 27 Wolverhampton Wanderers (home) W 5-2

27 Apr 6 Arsenal (Champions League away) W 2-1

28,29 May 1 Southampton (home) W 4-0

30 May 5 Monaco (Champions League home) D 2-2

2004/05

31 Aug 28 Southampton (home) W 2-1 (penalty)

32 Oct 30 West Bromwich Albion (away) W 4-1

33 Nov 13 Fulham (away) W 4-1

34 Nov 30 Fulham (League Cup away) W 2-1 (substitute)

35 Dec 4 Newcastle United (home) W 4-0

36 Dec 18 Norwich City (home) W 4-0

37,38 Jan 15 Tottenham Hotspur (away) W 2-0 (1 penalty)

39 Jan 26 Manchester United (League Cup away) W 2-1

40 Mar 8 Barcelona (Champions League home) W 4-2

41 Mar 19 Crystal Palace (home) W 4-1

42 Apr 2 Southampton (away) W 3-1

43,44 Apr 6 Bayern Munich (Champions League home) W 4-2

45 Apr 12 Bayern Munich (Champions League away) L 2-3

46 Apr 23 Fulham (home) W 3-1

47,48 Apr 30 Bolton Wanderers (away) W 2-0

49 May 15 Newcastle United (away) D 1-1 (penalty)

2005/06

50,51 Aug 24 West Bromwich Albion (home) W 4-0

52 Sep 13 Anderlecht (Champions League home) W 1-0

53,54 Sep 24 Aston Villa (home) W 2-1 (1 penalty)

55 Oct 2 Liverpool (away) W 4-1 (penalty)

56,57 Oct 15 Bolton Wanderers (home) W 5-1

58 Oct 23 Everton (away) D 1-1

59,60 Oct 29 Blackburn Rovers (home) W 4-2 (1 penalty)

61 Nov 26 Portsmouth (away) W 2-0 (penalty)

62 Dec 26 Fulham (home) W 3-2

63 Jan 2 West Ham United (away) W 3-1

64 Jan 28 Everton (FA Cup away) D 1-1

65 Feb 8 Everton (FA Cup home) W 4-1 (penalty)

66 Feb 25 Portsmouth (home) W 2-0

67 Mar 7 Barcelona (Champions League away) D 1-1 (penalty)

68 Apr 15 Bolton Wanderers (away) W 2-0

69 Apr 17 Everton (home) W 3-0

2006/07

70 Aug 20 Manchester City (home) W 3-0

71 Aug 27 Blackburn Rovers (away) W 2-0 (penalty)

72,73 Sep 23 Fulham (away) W 2-0 (1 penalty)

74 Oct 28 Sheffield United (away) W 2-0

75 Oct 31 Barcelona (Champions League away) D 2-2

76 Nov 8 Aston Villa (League Cup home) W 4-0

77 Dec 17 Everton (away) W 3-2

78 Dec 23 Wigan Athletic (away) W 3-2

79,80,81 Jan 6 Macclesfield Town (FA Cup home) W 6-1 (1 penalty)

82 Jan 13 Wigan Athletic (home) W 4-0

83,84 Jan 23 Wycombe Wanderers ( League Cup home) W 4-0

85 Jan 31 Blackburn Rovers (home) W 3-0

86 Feb 3 Charlton Athletic (away) W 1-0

87,88 Mar 11 Tottenham Hotspur (FA Cup home) D 3-3

89 Mar 14 Manchester City (away) W 1-0 (penalty)

90 Apr 15 Blackburn Rovers (FA Cup Old Trafford) W 2-1 aet

2007/08

91 Aug 15 Reading (away) W 2-1

92 Aug 19 Liverpool (away) D 1-1 (penalty)

93 Aug 25 Portsmouth (home) W 1-0

94,95,96 Oct 31 Leicester City (League Cup home) W 4-3

97 Nov 3 Wigan Athletic (away) W 2-0

98 Dec 8 Sunderland (home) W 2-0 (penalty)

99 Dec 19 Liverpool (League Cup home) W 2-0

100, 101 Feb 16 Huddersfield Town (FA Cup home) W 3-1

By Paul Dutton

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Am I reading too much into his message on his T-shirt ?????

And his statement he made after the game?????

You probably are reading too much into it! I would be inclined to think it would mean he is more than likely to stay. He loves this club and has said many times he wants to stay.

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Absolute legend, i can't say more. Occasionally his performances have been criticised in the last couple of years but hes always there, hes always in those goal scoring possitions and he does it better than anyone ive ever seen. You never lose that killer instinct. When we bought him from West Ham in 2001 for £11m i was like "WTF! £11m for him! and now i look back at it and say its the best bit of business in our history and a bargain. In the 04/05 season he was the ultimate player, best player in the world imo, defo the best midfielder. The guys a genius and he's certainly not finished that's for sure. He aint going no-fucking-where!

"100 NOT OUT

THEY ARE ALL FOR YOU!

THANKS"

No seriously, Thank you.

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I've just watched the video on YouTube and its likely he did mean it - there weren't any options for him to cross to in the 6 yard box and he can't possibly have screwed a cross up so badly that it went in the goal :lol:

Aparently he does it all the time in training, and practices it too....

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I've just watched the video on YouTube and its likely he did mean it - there weren't any options for him to cross to in the 6 yard box and he can't possibly have screwed a cross up so badly that it went in the goal :lol:

I'm watching it and it looks like he meant for it to go in. Deffo my fav goal from him. :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkycPqIycTI

Really hope he signs a new contract in the summer...

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