Frank Lampard wants to be the boss after leading Chelsea to Premier League glory

10 May 2010 10:20
Frank Lampard is planning for life in the dugout after Chelsea clinched their first Barclays Premier League title for four years with an 8-0 demolition of Wigan.   [LNB]Midfielder Lampard scored from the penalty spot to take his overall tally for the season to 26 as Carlo Ancelotti clinched the domestic crown in his first season in England.   [LNB]The England international has a few more seasons in him as a player, but is already thinking about life on the touchline.[LNB] Playing his part: Lampard slams home his penalty against Wigan[LNB]'I quite like the idea of being a manager,' said Lampard. 'I've got to do my badges and that's a long process, which I am trying to get my head around at the minute.   [LNB]'But when I get the time and the will to do it, I will - certainly by the time I pack up playing because I'd love to be a manager.   [LNB]'I've been fortunate enough to work with so many good managers and I'd take a lot from certain ones, a bit from others and try to put that all together.   [LNB]Good example: Lampard wants to follow Ancelotti[LNB]'Obviously I'd love to do that at Chelsea but there's probably a lot of other people who would like to manage Chelsea as well, so who knows?'[LNB]Chelsea romped to victory as a hat-trick from Didier Drogba, a double from Nicolas Anelka and other goals from Salomon Kalou and Ashley Cole helped the Blues finish top of the table by a single point over Manchester United.   [LNB]Ancelotti does not believe Chelsea's ageing squad requires major surgery after their title success put them on the brink of an historic League and FA Cup Double.   [LNB]Victory over relegated Portsmouth at Wembley next week will see the Blues become only the seventh team in history to win both competitions in the same season.  [LNB] Chelsea 8 Wigan 0: Ancelotti the champ is even more special for true BluesGreat-nil! Chelsea seal title with rout as Terry tells United it's their time to hurtJamie Redknapp's weekend watch: Carragher will be the boss one dayNot so Blue anymore: Chelsea coronation ends 'a hard three years' of Premier League heartbreak, admits John TerryJohn Terry and Ashley Cole's sordid season ends with a flourish Martin Samuel: It's Madness as Chelsea dance to a happy beatCHELSEA FC

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