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Frank Lampard is one of the best midfielders in English football and an inspiration too many. At just 27 he has won a whole array of awards r

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Frank Lampard Frank Lampard is one of the best midfielders in English football and an inspiration too many. At just 27 he has won a whole array of awards ranging from being voted 'player of the month' several times, to his most recent honour of being voted the second best player in the whole of Europe. He has been influenced by football since he was born. Both his father and uncle have been successful footballers along with his cousin, Jamie Redknapp. ...read more.

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It wasn't until the 1997/98 season that Frank established himself as a rising star, he had returned to West Ham and was a regular in the squad that went on to win the 'InterToto Cup' when he was spotted by the England U21 manager who snapped him up and made him captain of the England U21 squad. He made a total of 19 appearances and scored 9 goals and managed to find a way into a friendly with the full England squad in 1999. ...read more.

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Franks Chelsea career started promisingly and it was towards the end of his first season that fans began to see what he was capable of, unfortunately this was not seen by England management and he was left out of the world cup team for Japan. Although Frank was disappointed, he used this to try improving on his skills for the 2002/03 season, throughout the season Frank became stronger and stronger scoring more and more goals. Upon winning the last game of the season against Liverpool, Chelsea earned a place in the UEFA Champions League. Frank now had the chance to prove himself in Europe. ...read more.

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