Chelsea boss Frank Lampard can’t keep blaming poor performances on his young squad.
That’s according to former Blues forward Tony Cascarino, who has fired shots at the club legend.
The west Londoners were humbled by Bayern Munich in the Champions League on Tuesday.
They suffered a humiliating 3-0 defeat on home soil and ex-Arsenal attacker Serge Gnabry bagged a brace.
Cascarino says the 41-year-old still has plenty to learn when it comes to club management.
“It’s an awkward one with Frank, because we have had words before,” Cascarino told talkSPORT.
“Not bad, but I had a phone call and things were said.
“If I’m being brutally honest, I’ve always found Frank to be a little bit spikey with some of the things that you say, and you can be complementary but Frank takes it slightly the wrong way.
“I’m not convinced by his management at times this year, because I do think it’s an easy excuse just to go youngster, youngster – he’s changed that team a hell of a lot.
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“I don’t like the Kepa issue. He deserved to get dropped, but keeping him out of the team – I’m not so sure that’s a good decision.
“You have to show loyalty to players sometimes, even after a bad game.
“But it’s happening all over the pitch, everywhere has been changed, everybody has been changed around.
“It’s really hard to guess Chelsea’s XI and that tells you in some way that Frank is spinning plates around his team.
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“We’re giving him the benefit of the doubt because he’s new to this role of a Premier League manager and Chelsea have been in a very difficult situation where there’s been a lot of change and no buying power.
“But what I see, just look at the games they’ve lost, the amount of games they’ve lost and the goals-against column – that tells you a big story, that…