Sacked Chelsea boss, Frank Lampard, left the club with the worst record of any manager in the Roman Abramovich era.
His points-per-game (PPG) record of 1.67 was just behind that of Andre Villas-Boas at the bottom of the pile before his dismissal as Blues boss on Monday.
And it means he is a massive 0.64 PPG behind No1 Avram Grant.
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Lampard had 28 wins, 11 draws and 18 defeats from his 57 league games in charge after replacing Maurizio Sarri in the summer of 2019.
Last Tuesday’s 2-0 defeat at Leicester meant the former midfielder’s record slipped to 1.67 PPG in the Premier League – and that was enough to see Abramovich pull the trigger.
His 49 per cent win rate is, at least, slightly better than Villas-Boas who managed 48 per cent in his 27 games in charge.