Manchester City legend, Frank Lampard, has finally found his feet in MLS, having previously been labelled the worst signing in the history of Major League Soccer – which is a bit rich considering the likes of Liam Ridgewell are out there and Steven Taylor has just joined Portland Timbers.
He was named the worst signing in MLS history, Frank Lampard has now scored 8 goals in 7 for New York City FC. pic.twitter.com/5x6xNreoJN
— Accumulator Tips⚽ (@bettingslip) July 31, 2016
Truth is, Lamps was never going to fail across the pond. No matter the strides MLS are making, the level of American soccer isn’t yet past the high profile veterans running tings.
Lamps rediscovering of his shooting boots is a throwback to his Chelsea days, and a gentle reminder that the former England international remains the finest goalscoring-midfielder the Premier League has ever had.
Like most of us fans, FIFA 16 is the basis of all our opinions. For example, Leicester City’s new signing, Musa, is quality because he’s pacy on the computer game, right? Therefore, Lampard having an in-form FIFA card means he’s back to being world-class.
Well, he’s world-class in everything apart from pace. But at least Lamps can see the funny side to his new FIFA 16 rating.