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Remember when...Chelsea signed Lampard

14 Jun 2020

Look at the Blues' current head coach's best moments as a player, 19 years since he joined the club

On this day in 2001 Frank Lampard signed for Chelsea, where he would go on to become a club legend as a player and he now resides as head coach.

The then 22-year-old moved to Stamford Bridge after six Premier League seasons in West Ham United's first team.

Lampard went on to score a total of 211 goals in all competitions for Chelsea, which made him the club's all-time record goalscorer.

He won three Premier League titles and was named the Player of the Season in 2004/05. He also won both the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League in his 13 years in the Chelsea midfield.

After finishing his top-flight career at Manchester City and enjoying a successful first spell in management at Derby County, Lampard returned to Chelsea when he was appointed head coach last summer.

You can watch Lampard's best moments as a player in the video above and find out what else happened on this day by visiting the Premier League's new history section.

There you can also find retro club kits dating back to the competition's inaugural campaign and many other historical features, including past awards winners and reviews of every season.

See: Premier League's new history section

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