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Report: Lampard interviews twice with Championship club

Chelsea v Ipswich Town - FA Cup 4th Round

LONDON - JANUARY 24: Frank Lampard of Chelsea battles for the ball with Owen Garvan of Ipswich Town during the FA Cup fourth-round match between Chelsea and Ipswich Town at Stamford Bridge on January 24, 2009 in London, England. (Photo by Phil Cole/Getty Images)

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Steven Gerrard’s longtime England midfield mate Frank Lampard could soon be joining him in a management.

While Gerrard is tasked with rebuilding Rangers’ Scottish title push, Lampard’s reported new gig would entail leading Ipswich Town back to the Premier League for the first time since 2002.

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Sky Sports says Lampard has already interviewed twice with Ipswich Town ownership in a bid to earn his first senior management gig.

Lampard, 39, played for Chelsea, Man City, New York City FC, West Ham United, and Swansea in a sparkling 20-year playing career.

Town finished 12th in the Championship, 15 points back of a playoff spot and 19 clear of relegation.

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