How Will Funtime Frankie Kill The Next Year?

Frank Lampard is set to sign for a club that doesn't exist yet, and won't do until March 2015. So how will he kill the time between now & then? Profile365 has a few suggestions...

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fish city (Manchester City) says...

Never really understood why FL is not liked. Nice chap. Very good player. Record goalscoring midfielder. Almost a one club man. Always did his best for England. Not his fault successive managers could not make it work with him and Stevie G. Not his fault either he's related to Harry (I'm everyone's mate and nothing's ever my fault) Redknapp. Nor that John Terry wants to be his mate. I'd happily see him at City for a few months to bring on the youngsters. With Fernandinho a ready made replacement for Yaya, he would be good cover.

Posted 1:13pm 10th June 2014

chelseablue_no1 (Chelsea) says...

He'll probably be doing his coaching badges and training at Chelsea.

Posted 3:57pm 6th June 2014

mario for pm (Arsenal) says...

Did keashred just change his name and post under red007?

Posted 12:36pm 6th June 2014

red007 says...

Maybe, Frank should have a laugh with John Terry at the stupid English haters and F365 remembering how many times they made the haters life miserable. I am sure, F365 can't forget Munich and the image of Frank lifting the cup.

Posted 10:19am 6th June 2014

zedohelay (Chelsea) says...

@ hump3. to be fair to keashred, this is a bit like him saying he doesn't really enjoy the Chuckle Brothers. And then you explaining to him that it's better than The Krankies, so he should learn to like it.

Posted 8:19am 6th June 2014

Socalwhite says...

How about becoming a pollster for Gallup so he can finish each poll with: "and 1% said Frank Lampard"

Posted 2:05am 6th June 2014

juddlinskatron (Chelsea) says...

@hump 3, I think you're getting words confused with syllables on your 'haiku'.

Posted 6:51pm 5th June 2014

chrissb7 (Manchester United) says...

@stevenjameshyde Brilliant hahaha! Lampard should just hit up the reality tv scene or make really obscure appearances such as in the corner for countdown, ready steady cook or who do you think you are?, imagine. "your great great great grandfather frank.......played for West Ham"

Posted 5:46pm 5th June 2014

badwolf (Manchester United) says...

Maybe they can round up Di Canio, Trevor Sinclair, Wanchope, and the rest of the old gang.

Posted 4:49pm 5th June 2014

stevenjameshyde (Notts County) says...

Three simple words: Strictly. Come. Dancing.

Posted 12:13pm 5th June 2014

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