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Chelsea Coaching Carousel Continues
The FC crew react to the news of Frank Lampard being sacked by Chelsea on Monday by questioning whether it was the right move to let him go only halfway through the season and whether they got his replacement right in Thomas Tuchel. Plus, why Liverpool need a quick turn in form after their loss to Manchester United and what Dortmund need to do to keep Erling Haaland from leaving.
Gab and Juls: Will Tuchel do better than Lampard?
Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens analyze Chelsea's decision to part ways with Frank Lampard, discuss the moments that ultimately cost him the job, and wonder if Thomas Tuchel will fare any better. Plus, they take a look back at Manchester United's FA Cup win over Liverpool and what it means for both clubs.
Caught Offside: LAMPARD OUT - "Franks for the Memories"
Frank Lampard is officially out as manager of Chelsea Football Club. The boys share their thoughts on the sacking and are joined by Craig Burley to get his take as well. Plus, United down Liverpool in the FA Cup and Weston McKennie strikes again!
Man United Inch Past Liverpool
The FC crew break down an entertaining FA Cup 4th Round tie between Liverpool and Manchester United, and ask if Liverpool have turned a corner in their performances despite their loss. Plus, most of the main title contenders drop points in Serie A, leaving room for Juventus to gain some valuable points. Meanwhile, Atletico look well on their way to capturing La Liga after another fantastic performance.
Serie A Race Tightens
The FC crew discuss a tough day for both AC Milan and Inter Milan both struggle at the top of the Serie A table. Arsenal also delivered a poor performance as they're knocked out of the FA Cup. And in Spain, Eden Hazard finally provides a strong performance as Real Madrid win 4-1.
Dortmund's Descent Continues
The FC crew react to yet another loss for Dortmund despite Erling Haaland's strong performance. Also, a look ahead to Sunday's FA cup clash between reeling Liverpool and top of the table Man United. Plus, the boys weigh in on Arsenal's transfer outlook.