Chelsea Coach Frank Lampard has told his players to focus on their families during the coronavirus crisis, MySportDab reports.
The Blues Legend and his squad are practising, working from home in line with government guidelines to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
The entire Chelsea team took part in a two-week Isolation period in their homes after Callum Hudson-Odoi tested positive for the virus.
And the Blues are still at home for the main time in accordance with new measures by the UK Government that have seen only essential shops, services and transport still open across the country.
Lampard has made the best of the crisis by spending some time with his family, and the 41-year-old has encouraged his players to also do that.
Speaking via a video call, Frank Lampard told Chelsea’s official website: “I’ve been in self-isolation for a long time, we’re trying to do everything right.
“We have to focus on the good side. With my busy job is I barely have enough time to be with my family at home.
“I’ve now used a lot of my free time now to play, run around and spent time so that’s the positive side for me.
“This situation has changed frequently, it’s new measures. I have informed the players that I’m there for them all because these are very difficult times.”
MySportDab understands the English Premier League season is postponed indefinitely, although Chief executive reportedly want to restart the season on June 1 and complete the remaining matches in just six weeks.
UEFA have also postponed Euro 2020 until 2021 to allow European leagues finish later in the summer, while most Premier League games set to be played are likely to be behind closed doors.
The entire Chelsea squad are currently undergoing individual training programmes at home, with exercise bikes, skipping ropes, weighs were delivered to all player’s homes in order to replicate some of the facilities available at Chelsea’s Cobham training ground.