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Frank Lampard linked to another coaching job

Former Chelsea midfielder and manager, Frank Lampard, is reportedly in discussions to take over as the head coach of the Canada national team.
The 43-year-old has been out of a managerial role for nearly a year since departing Stamford Bridge.

Lampard, who also had managerial spells at Derby County and Everton, is said to be eager to return to the sport. Canada, currently competing in their inaugural Copa America this summer, has added Lampard to their list of potential candidates following the departure of John Herdman last year, according to reports from the Sun.

Although Lampard has shown interest in the position, it remains unclear if he is inclined to move abroad. Despite ending his playing career in North America with MLS side New York City FC, Lampard’s intentions regarding coaching in Canada are yet to be confirmed.

Recently, Lampard was spotted at England’s training camp alongside former assistant and ex-Millwall boss Joe Edwards, sparking speculation about a potential return to football. Lampard has expressed his desire to rejoin the game, stating, “I’m keen to get working again but as I reiterate, I’m enjoying family life.”

Reflecting on his managerial experiences, Lampard emphasized his enjoyment of working with players and teams. He expressed his readiness for new challenges and improvements, highlighting the rewarding aspects of the job.

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