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Frank Lampard aims to emulate Jose Mourinho against Man United: how Chelsea's past 13 managers have done in their first game

From Claudio Ranieri to Maurizio Sarri, how reigns at Stamford Bridge have begun

Frank Lampard will stand on the touchline as a Chelsea manager in a Premier League game for the first time on Sunday when his side travels to Manchester United.

The former Chelsea midfielder took over in July after leaving Derby County. He has had an encouraging pre-season but the real work begins now.

First impressions can often matter and define a reign. Here is a look at how his predecessors at Stamford Bridge have fared.

Check out the gallery to see how the previous 13 men to have taken charge at Stamford Bridge, dating back to Claudio Ranieri in September 2000, got on in their opening game.

To move on to the next photo, click on the arrows, or if using a mobile device, simply swipe.

Updated: August 10, 2019 08:09 PM

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