Frank Lampard

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Photo: Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta holds the FA Cup aloft as he celebrates his first piece of silverware just seven months after taking the job. Arteta has now won the FA Cup as captain and manager of Arsenal. (Getty Images)

 

 

 

 

There were many subplots associated the FA Cup final between Arsenal and Chelsea played at Wembley on Saturday, not the least of which was the clash between rookie managers Mikel Arteta and Frank Lampard.

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Photo: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates his second goal for Arsenal against Chelsea in the FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday. The Gunners won the FA Cup for the 14th time with a 2-1 victory over the Blues. (Getty images)

A brace from Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was enough to give the Gunners their 14th hold on the prestigious Emirate FA Cup trophy as they came from behind to defeat Chelsea 2-1 in the showpiece final at Wembley on Saturday.

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Photo: Rookie managers Mikel Arteta (left) and Frank Lampard will be hunting their first titles when Arsenal and Chelsea do battle in the FA Cup final today at Wembley.

Arsenal and Chelsea will lock horns in England's longest running cup competition at Wembley today in the 139th FA Cup Final. It will be third meeting in the finals between these two clubs. The last time they were in a similar position, Arsenal came away winners 2-1 and lifted their 13th title, the most by any club.

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‘Ole at the wheel’ the sentiments echoed by the jubilant Manchester United fans after finishing third behind champions Liverpool and Manchester City in what could be dubbed as a ‘roller coaster’ season.

In December 2018, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was confirmed as caretaker manager of United for the remainder of that season. Life at Manchester United could not have been better for Ole in his first 10 games. No other United manager had won their first eight straight games at the helm, Ole had nine wins and a draw from his first ten.

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When the protracted English Premier League season concludes today, one of three teams near the top of the table will be left bitterly disappointed.

In what has to be one of the most interesting chases for Champions League places in the English Premier League, two of three teams, Manchester United (63 points), Chelsea (63 points) and Leicester City (62 points) will seal their place, while the other will be left holding the bag.

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Photo: Frank Lampard (getty images)

Frank Lampard left London and ended up in Manchester to play for “City” but only after he was in-transit in New York City. The Chelsea legend ended his tenure at the club to join the new MLS franchise that is owned by Manchester City only to be sent straight back to Manchester to play for the Sky Blues until the new season of the MLS begins in March 2015.

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Photo: Frank Lampard (Getty Images)

 

 

After becoming Chelsea's all time leading scorer last season and confirming a move to the MLS, England legend Frank Lampard has joined English Champions Manchester City on loan from New York City FC. The 36 year old Chelsea legend will not start training with the MLS team until January 2015 and will represent the blue half of Manchester until then.