Lampard says his team is going to turn it around, and that he'll learn more about his players' mettle over the coming days and weeks.
The Blues had won six league games on the bounce before the global break and their run was ceased at Manchester City last weekend, where they suffered a 2-1 defeat.
Lampard explained: "It felt to me the way the game was that as West Ham defended deeper what we needed was some ability to try and get another person who can go by 1 v 1 and take people out of the game and create something because the game was becoming hard".
When Mourinho, the man who guided him to three Premier League title medals at Chelsea, took charge at Tottenham less than two weeks ago, Spurs were 12 points and 11 places behind Lampard's team in the league table.
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Christine Burke, the daughter of Henry Burke, who was killed in the tragedy, stood in the public gallery and addressed the judge. The latest verdict came in a retrial at Preston Crown Court after a jury in April initially failed to come to a verdict.
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"It's much better. At the time I was fearful of the worst", Abraham told BT Sport (quoted by The Daily Mail). That change, one of four from last week's defeat against Spurs, ignited the fans, who had chanted the keeper's name throughout, and his presence in goal gave the West Ham defenders the reassurance they have lacked in the absence of injured first-choice Lukasz Fabianski.
The West Ham boss thinks that Antonio did play his part, injecting energy into the West Ham side, as they scored twice and only narrowly lost 3-2.
"I'm delighted for Dave", said Cresswell.
"We haven't had a good run in seven or eight games but that's West Ham - we find it the hard way". But we didn't come here to try to draw. "We played as we should always play and the players did very well". "That's the way that this team must play".