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Off Down the Road?

With Frank Lampard virtually admitting that this is his last season at Stamford Bridge, could the veteran midfielder be ready to continue his Premier League career elsewhere?

After having been linked with moves to the USA, China or France, the latest inference, from one tabloid paper which I`ll leave you to uncover the name off, is that Frank could make a short journey up the road to Shepherds Bush.

The tabloid in question is insinuating that Frank is on the verge of accepting a two-and-a-half year contract to work with his Uncle Harry at Loftus Road.

Frank plying for Queens Park Rangers, now that would be a bitter pill to swallow!




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Writer: Merlin Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday December 15 2012

Time: 12:28PM

Your Comments

I wish Lamps well and actually like Ol arry but i absolutely detest QPR. I am hoping they get relegated this season and i certainly hope that Lamps will if he decides to leave us not join another BPL team..and certainly not QPR.
GabeU
As a true legend,he will not consider the move. I think he understands the implication of that deal.
Ohans
If so many wants him to go. Then why should he not be able to go to whereever he wants?
Lakupiippu
He can go wherever he wants,if he chooses qpr thats his business,i wish him well as a player but i despise qpr,i wish them nothin but relegation
Ken4CFC
Agree with previous posts although not everyone wants him to go and hopefully he doesn't join one of the other big clubs which I think frankly (no pun intended) he won't do out of respect. But who knows?
ForeverChels
feck feck feck man...lamps must stay
Gian-Franco/Luca
time has reached for mou era to end.clean the egoistic players and bring young hungry players.club come first .
mzee69
Lamps in his peak days is a delight to watch, always comes out with the goodies, its such a shame things came to this stage with him, whatever he and the club decides, I wish him well in everything he does
Desmondadonis
Great news if it is true...Time to move on. I would have allowed him to go on Free, but if he chooses QPR, then he goes on a fee. Not free... If MLS or anyother league, then he can go for Free for his services to chelsea.
Blu_run
 

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