Chelsea supervisor, Frank Lampard, has hit out at Jose Mourinho, after the Tottenham Hotspur boss criticized his facet’s fixture scheduled forward of their Carabao Cup tie.
Spurs play the Blues on Tuesday, Maccabi Haifa within the Europa League on Thursday and Manchester United within the Premier League on Sunday.
Talking after their 1-1 draw with Newcastle United on Sunday, Mourinho steered he may need to call a weakened facet towards Chelsea.
Responding to his former boss’ remarks, Lampard said his perception that Spurs shouldn’t have issues any tougher than many different groups up to now this season.
When requested about it, he mentioned: “Yeah, I imply, I do know that, and I do know it’s a busy time for Tottenham due to the Europa League.
“It’s a busy time for us all. They’d a free mid-week final week, we didn’t.
“I do know they’ve a busy week this week. However once I analyse Tottenham and know the squad they’ve, and analyse what is likely to be a group that perhaps didn’t play 90 minutes just about yesterday.
“They’ve a incredible squad, so I really feel that any squad Jose will put out may be very sturdy.
“I feel everyone knows that the Carabao Cup, for groups like ourselves and Tottenham – who’re difficult for the highest 4 and Champions League, like we’re – then the Carabao Cup does have its place and we definitely respect it and each match we go in we’ll attempt to win.”