Zitat des Tages von Frank Lampard:
I am a man who likes to play consistently; I always play better when I'm on a run of games.
I can't stress the importance of working hard enough, work on all aspects of your game. If you does that and you have the ability, you'll come through.
Nobody expects a footballer to have any kind of an IQ, which is a bit of an unfair stereotype.
Even with the quality of players that we have, they're an extremely hard side to break down and once they get on top of you, you find it difficult to stem the flow of attacks.
The advantage does lie with us because we're at home and if we can't motivate ourselves for this match then we can't motivate ourselves for any match. I think the crowd will be up for it as well.
When you see young players coming into the squad and pushing you, no matter what age you are, you have to react. You have to worry about yourself and perform as well as you can. If you end up looking around at others, wondering who's performing better, you take your eye off the ball.
Reading with my children is incredibly important to me and a wonderful way to spend time together as a family, exploring magical worlds through books and stories.
You remember the finals you lose as much as the ones you win.
I don't know if we'd have been as dominant as we were last season. The new things, the new ideas the manager brought in everyone took them on board so well. He is special.
When you take a lot of stick you want to ram it down people's throats.
I'm happy here, and why change when you love the club and the club's in a really good position right now.
I fancy our chances at the European Championships.
I didn't want to be the rebel who was bottom of the class, so I worked hard. They wanted me to stay on for A-Levels, but football came calling - that was my real love.
I come from a football family which has really helped.
Of course, there will be few people who are sympathetic but you don't become a great team overnight, no matter how much money you have at your disposal.
A lot of things happened when I left there, and to be fair they treated me really bad, and now I have to play against them so I don't have any feelings for them at all.
I have a lot of good football talk with cabbies, but when you want to get somewhere in a hurry, it can be distracting. I always know they're going to want to talk football if 'Talksport' is on the radio.
Training's completely different now. It used to be a lot of running and work without the ball. Now it's all with the ball, which any player loves.
I admit I was somewhat concerned when we started to sign so many players - naturally you are going to worry about whether you can retain your place in the side.
I always dedicate my goals to my mum. I lost her a couple of years ago. She was my biggest supporter and is always with me.
Barcelona are my favourite team in Spain, let's put it that way.
I think I work harder on the pitch, I cover more ground and my passing is more accurate.
I think as far as kids go, you just have to work hard. Work on your skills, keep focused.
Of course it is going to be difficult for any player to get in the Chelsea side no matter who they are.
I'm really happy here. I think anyone who knows me well, and the fans too I hope, they know that I love the area, and the bond that I've had with the fans has been fantastic.
Being faster would probably make me better at football.
I'm a very private person, and you have a lot of people looking into your personal life, away from football. That's the one thing that I don't like, but I always remember how lucky we are that we're playing football.
I don't want to be a passenger sitting on the bench not doing much, even in my older years.
Goals never come easy. No one gives you goals.
I think it was in Moscow last year and I got changed for training the day before we played Moscow, but the fact is they actually wanted to do John's, me and John were next to each other and they did mine by mistake. John had done them I think. So yeah it is true.
If I ever have a son, I would call him Frankie, and it's a family name - it's my dad and my dad's dad, so you know, it sticks. I won't forget it.
When I was at school, I wanted to be a lawyer.
My dad shaped the footballing side of me, and Mum shaped me as a person. I've always been very close to her - we've only ever had one argument, and that was over something stupid when I was 13.
I like to go to America. That's where I go for most of my holidays.
I'm not silly. I understand that, with age and at different parts of your career, you have different challenges.
If I lose the ball, I lose it trying to do the right thing. That's the way it is.