So Sky Sports is reporting that Frank Lampard, Chelsea's all time top goal scorer, club legend and current Derby County manger, could be approached to take over at the Bridge in the event that Mauricio Sarri departs for Juventus. You've got to love the romance of it; but what about the wisdom? Lampard has absolutely zero elite club management experience. Yes with his Premier League, FA Cup, Champion's League and other honours, he will undoubtedly be respected in the dressing room, but will he have the tactical smarts to take on Pep, Klopp and Pochettino on the field? Add to that the fact that he will be without Eden Hazard and possibly operating under a transfer ban, is he destined to fail? Strange as it may sound, coming from a United fan, but is it wise for an elite club to offer a management position to someone who is totally untried and untested at that level or doesn't it matter? Thoughts please?