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Former Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard, has secured a new job less than a year after he was sacked as manager of the London-based side.
The former England international would now work with the BBC as a pundit at this summer’s European Championships.
Lampard will join notable names like Darren Fletcher and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, alongside regulars Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer, and Rio Ferdinand.
He is expected to be in the studio for England’s opening game against Croatia on Sunday.
Lampard will also be offering his opinion when France plays Portugal on June 23.
The 42-year-old worked with BT Sport as a pundit, before taking his first job in management with Derby County.
But he has been out of work since he was fired by Chelsea in January.
Lampard was only in charge for 18 months before he was replaced by Thomas Tuchel with the Blues sitting outside the top four.
Tuchel however went on to win the Champions League while also reaching the FA cup finals.
AFRICA DAILY NEWS, NEW YORK