Frank Lampard to Manage England Team for Soccer Aid

Chelsea icon Frank Lampard is set to return to football management as he takes the helm of the England team for the upcoming Soccer Aid charity match.

Unemployed since his departure from Chelsea last year, Lampard, a beloved figure at Stamford Bridge, is eager to reenter the football scene.

On June 6, just before Euro 2024 kicks off, Soccer Aid for UNICEF will be held at Stamford Bridge, where Lampard will lead alongside his uncle, Harry Redknapp.

The 2012 Champions League victor has expressed interest in participating in Soccer Aid this year, joining forces with his uncle to co-manage the England squad.

The prospect of former Chelsea star Eden Hazard’s return to west London after five years holds special significance for Stamford Bridge faithful.

Hazard will feature for the World XI team led by Mauricio Pochettino and Jesus Perez.

Lampard expressed his enthusiasm for the return to Chelsea, emphasizing the significance of playing at Stamford Bridge once more, this time for Soccer Aid for UNICEF.

Managing alongside Harry Redknapp is a source of pride and joy for Lampard, with the primary focus on raising funds for charity.

The England squad, featuring stars like Jermain Defoe, Jack Wilshere, Stuart Broad, and Sir Mo Farah, is expected to field a star-studded lineup.

However, the spotlight may be on Hazard, a former Chelsea player now representing the Rest of the World team.

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