Chelsea boss Frank Lampard, has revealed how his relationship with his old boss Jose Mourinho has changed as the two prepare to lock horns in Today mouthwatering fixture.
Mourinho will head to Stamford Bridge as Spurs boss for the first time today (Saturday, 1:30) as he faces a touchline
battle with former player Lampard.
Speaking in a press conference Lampard said:
“No, our relationship after working together, I was a player and he was a manager obviously, it changes.
“It changes, once that happens and I move on it changes. It has not changed in any way [since].
“I wished him well and he wished me well when I got the job sono we are very amicable and respectful of each other. We just want our teams to win.
“I’ve been up against him twice as a manager. I’ve got huge
respect for him and I’ve just been caught up in the idea of how we’re going to win this game.
“He’s a manager who is hugely talented. His medals and trophies speak for themselves.
“I’ve got respect for him but I’m not considering as much the personal and individual battle between me and him. I’m just trying to get my team out there to win the game.”