I was a mummy’s boy, dad was a tough man – Frank Lampard

Former Chelsea player Frank Lampard has admitted that losing his mother when he was a young child was a devastating blow to him.

He described himself as a “mummy’s boy” and said that his late mother was his closest relative.

This was said by the former England international during a podcast conversation with Steven Bartlett.

“I was a mummy’s boy. I lost the closet person to me, everything to me. The emotional support. I wanted to say something more and I couldn’t,” he said with an emotional tone.

Lampard said his dad on the other hand, was a “tough man.”

He said his dad was the biggest influencer on his football career.

“My dad was a tough man. He pushed me very hard on the football front and he got probably a bit too much.

“The fear of failing was a huge driving force but made me what I was and gave me the career I got in the end,” Lampard said.

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