มันไม่ง่ายเลย Lampard, who moved into management in 2018, has opened up about “mistakes” he has made so far at Derby and Chelsea.
Speaking to Eddie Hearn’s No Passion No Point podcast on BBC Sounds, he said he knew he risked damaging his legacy as a player at Chelsea by becoming manager.
“The life of a player is a bubble of selfishness to a degree,” he said.
“The facts and reality is I realise now it’s much harder than playing in terms of it being consuming,” the 42-year-old added.
“The life of a manager is 25 people in the squad, staff in the building, problems with different departments. It’s so far removed from football.
“When you work for your coaching badges, you have to put time in. Then when you start doing it, you have to practise, you have to fail, get better, fail and have relationships with people you never had as a player.
“Players can easily sit there and say they want to be a manager, then they start the road and say: ‘Actually, I want to be a pundit.’ I respect it because being a pundit is tough as well but in terms of management I wanted to test the water.
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