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Lampard Rejects Chinese Offer

Lampard Rejects Chinese Offer

Details emerged this morning about one deal that Frank Lampard won`t be putting paper to.

Apparently, Frank was the subject of a proposal from the Chinese club Guizhou Renhe who wanted the midfield star to commit to a two year deal, starting this March, in a package that would have cost the Chinese club a cool £20 million.

If Frank had put pen to paper then he`d have pocketed a cool £250,000 a week. However, it seems that despite constant badgering Frank was reluctant to commit himself to the deal and a Chinese spokesperson has stepped forward and commented,

"The contract offered to Lampard was amazing and he would have been treated like a God out there. It would have been a great adventure for him."

"But although there were a lot of talks, he would never give a definite 'yes` and Guizhou Rehne finally gave up."


Probably because Frank`s heart belongs to Stamford Bridge and he wants to stay!



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Writer:Merlin
Date:Tuesday January 15 2013
Time: 4:36PM

Comments

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It would only be good for him if he isn't doing that with the hope that chelsea will bow to the media and fans' pressure to offer him a contract he clearly doesn't deserve going by our policy. He should just accept it that we clearly don't need him here if he refuses to sign the 1yr offered him.
munich Glory
15/01/2013 16:48:00
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well said Munich Glory...Im quite Frankly fed up with this FL debacle...why do we have to discuss it everyday? Drogba was recently voted the Greatest player in chelsea's history and we didnt get all the media/fans lad de dah around his exit. The chelsea board will decide and thats it. Anyone that doesnt like the decision either way can go suck a lemon. I am happy for Frank to be here for 1 or 2 more years if the board feels it aligns with their strategy. if they want to be bring in Isco in the Summer and feel that Lamps staying on will slow down the bedding down of the new team, then thats what management do, make decisions...
JohnnyOz
15/01/2013 16:57:00
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@munich Glory Lampard was not offered a one year contract or any contract at all by chelsea football club..or was he??.....
layorh12
15/01/2013 17:00:00
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@JohnnyOz. Do u have an idea or a hint about the Drogba situation? I don't think so,If you did you would know Drogba wanted to leave Chelsea and felt it was time for him to quit,the Club wanted him to stay but he felt it was right to leave on a high,which is totally understandable. In contrast Lamps wants to stay,and I'm pretty sure he'll take a pay cut,its not about money for Frank its pretty obvious.
nelyvanile
15/01/2013 17:10:00
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@JohnnyOz. Do u have an idea or a hint about the Drogba situation? I don't think so,If you did you would know Drogba wanted to leave Chelsea and felt it was time for him to quit,the Club wanted him to stay but he felt it was right to leave on a high,which is totally understandable. In contrast Lamps wants to stay,and I'm pretty sure he'll take a pay cut,its not about money for Frank its pretty obvious.
nelyvanile
15/01/2013 17:11:00
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I know Drogba was offered a two year contract after we won the Champions league final. That final was a week after the EPL ended i think. We are 4 or 5 months away from the end of the season so why all the furore..? Some peps need to wake up and smell the coffee...
JohnnyOz
15/01/2013 17:24:00
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@nelyvanile, if you sign a contract with an organisation and at it's expiration the organisation didn't deem it fit to extend it for obvious reasons, what are you suppose to do? Keep moaning and causing unrest between the internal and external publics of such organisation or you path with it quitely? Its isn't any player's birth right to end his playing career at chelsea, Lampard should just get that clear and move on quitely instead of causing unrest between fans and the club. He isn't different from any player who has played and still playing for chelsea and shouldn't force himself on the club.
munich Glory
15/01/2013 17:29:00
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The unfortunate experiences of both Drogs and Nico in China have done severe damage to the credibility of the Chinese league. Lamps has one of the highest recorded IQs of any player in the BPL..he is no fool..it would be very unwise of him to head to China..if it were all about the money he would head to the middle east where their word is their bond and they would pay him a kings ransom to come. It clearly is not about the money for him. Some people here apparently out of hate or spite for the guy keep trying to compare apples and oranges. Cole has been offered a contract by CFC..he declined it and is of speaking to other teams...no problem with that. Drogs was offered a one year contract...he wanted a two year deal and so declined it and moved on..no problem. Lamps has been offered no contract at all. He is on record as offering to take as much as a 100k per week pay cut but was told he is not getting any contract offer under any circumstance. Roman owns the club and it is his prerogrative to do as he pleases with it but please people should stop writing lies that suggest lamps is trying to fleece the club of money or has refused what he has been offered..he has been offered nothing in point of fact. Considering his significant others love for England and their young kids the two major options i see for him are of to MLS or taking a deal with another BPL club like United..i doubt he will go to any club in continental europe where he would have to learn a new language, change the kids schools etc. Mls is very attractive as their annual schedule means he can spend substantive times in England while playing there when many other major leagues in Europe are on vacation.
GabeU
15/01/2013 17:43:00
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Lamp is manipulating the fans and media to put pressure on the board to give him a new contract. Drogba quietly rejected the one year contract extension offer from the club at the beginning of last season, but never came out to the media to mourn about it. At the end of the season, the club agreed to the 2 year extension Drogba wanted, but he rejected it. For me, Drogba is the real legend, Lombard is not.
RomansArmy
15/01/2013 17:47:00
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@Johnny. Good thing you remember its a different scenario compared to the Lampard situation that's what i was trying to point out. If Drogba had wanted to stay and the Club refused to hand him a contract renewal and felt he was surplus to requirement fans would have been aggravated by the boards decision as well. “To stay here was not a question of money, as people claimed. I’ve always been happy with what I have here with contracts and my family were happy. "It’s not like they don’t want me any more. We sat down all together and the boss [Roman Abramovich], Ron Gourlay [chief executive] and everyone on the board respected my decision. I know what I did for them and they know what they did for me. “I will take time to make the right decision. My wife and I will go and relax a bit, even though there are national team games. I won’t play for another English club. I owe too much allegiance to Chelsea." Do i feel Lamps still has a lot to offer this club on and off the pitch? Yes.
nelyvanile
15/01/2013 17:49:00
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Well said GabeU...besides those quotes were from Didier days after that remarkable night in munich.
nelyvanile
15/01/2013 17:53:00
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To me Lamps' continued moaning to the media about his contract situation, suggests that he was the insider who was constantly leaking team unrest to the media during the AVB era. Perhaps that could be the reason the club has refused to renew his contract. Maybe...
RomansArmy
15/01/2013 17:54:00
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Another difference being that Drogba only turned up for about 5 games last season. Lampard still does it at the highest level week in, week out and there is nothing to suggest that he can't keep doing that for another year at least.
SpanishBlue
15/01/2013 17:55:00
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No one here knows what has been offered or not offered or how much of a paycut Frank is willing to take...All we know is all the goorish gobbledy gook we have been force-fed by the media in the last few months...It is all pure speculation and Frank has not helped the matter by announcing to the whole world that the board have not sat with him to discuss his contract (and of course he chooses the day he scores a brace against Everton to make this announcement...Like i've said before Frank is my favourite Chelsea player but i like to be objective and he is dividing the club at the moment....he has also done this before in 2008/09 when he was haggling for a new contract...I like that saying fool me once, shame on me but fool me twice....no sir! Let the board decide the direction of the club - imagine if that decision had to be taken on this forum re whether or not to keep Frank, there would never be a solution...Over to you Sir Roman..
JohnnyOz
15/01/2013 17:56:00
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Btw - Is it true that Roman Abramovich may be knighted soon for services to English Football...? :))) just heard through the grapevine...
JohnnyOz
15/01/2013 17:58:00
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ghizuou rhene we have french whizkid malouda for you....and you can take him for free free freee..........please please take himmm....and we will give torresss for freeeee freeeee....and with torress we will give ferrerra and beanayou free freeeee.....so take one player for free and get three for freee..
shlok27
15/01/2013 18:04:00
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Wassamatta Rampard you ascared oh Peking duck with flied lice?
traykidd
15/01/2013 18:08:00
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all haters feck you all...lampard is not a dirty dog that you need to decidr on putting down...he is our legend...the one turned to and continue to turn...he has changed his game but still no respect...i will remind each and everyone of you of how valuable lamps is...when the time is right.
Gian-Franco/Luca
15/01/2013 18:12:00
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careful traykidd..way things are going china is going to own the world ala britain in the 19th and early 20th century...brush up on your mandarin...
Gian-Franco/Luca
15/01/2013 18:14:00
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Lampard doing it week in and week out at the highest level? Wth penalties or what? You kidding me?
munich Glory
15/01/2013 19:20:00
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