Chelsea fans rage at board amid Leicester game after transfer window failure

Chelsea supporters have sent stern messages to the board after they failed to make any January signings in the club’s push to finish inside the top four.

Frank Lampard has been brutally honest about his frustration that he won’t be working with any new players until the summer, mentioning how their rivals have been active.

The Blues currently have a six point lead over fifth-placed Manchester United, but that could be cut down further after their tricky test against Leicester on Saturday.

Fans have used Twitter to back the club legend while throwing shade at Chelsea chiefs, pleading for all three points at the King Power Stadium.

One fan said: “Win this and make a statement! With no January signings our top 4 hopes became a lot tougher.”

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“#BoardOut #FailedToBackFrank #MarinaOut,” posted a second.”

Another said: “The worst management in the world.”

A fourth added: “It’s just that i love this club. But i hate the board. They frustrated Frank.”

A fifth said: “Wow so many players on the pitch, just like the signings we made this entire January.”

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Lampard’s Chelsea could find themselves in a scrap to keep hold of the position in the table with United and Tottenham within two wins of their points tally, leaving the former England midfielder feeling uncomfortable.

He said when asked if he was disappointed in the lack of business: “Yes… every time I look at the TV another player signs for a club.

“That’s the transfer window.

“But if I’m looking at it with my business head on and looking around us in the table and I look at Manchester United obviously signing a big, big player (Bruno Fernandes), a world class player in my opinion, and the teams around us, Sheffield United making fantastic signings.

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard was just as annoyed as the…


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