Lampard set for 100th cap against Ukraine, confirms Hodgson

England manager Roy Hodgson has confirmed Frank Lampard will start their crucial World Cup qualifying tie in Kiev to earn his 100th international cap.The Chelsea midfielder will add his golden Three Lions cap to his already hefty personal trophy cabinet, with the 35-year-old having three Premier League titles, four FA Cups and successive victories in the Champions League and Europa League to his name.The nation’s newest centurion will join captain Steven Gerrard and Ashley Cole in this generation’s Three Lions 100 club, with Gerrard stating that nobody deserves the honour more than the “tremendous” Lampard., and Hodgson added that his 14 years of service is a credit to his determination andis out of the running for the Everton job.The Daily Mail says Emery has turned down the chance to be the next Everton manager following the sacking of Marco Silva.Emery, who was sacked as Arsenal manager last month, has reportedly rejected approaches enthusiasm to play for his country.“Lampard will play tomorrow night,” Hodgson saicontent_imgd.“I’m happy to have been part of that. All things being equal Frank will play and start the game tomorrow and win his 100th cap“I don’t think there will be many players who will play for England for two or three years let alone 14 years.“Fourteen years nderson to Marko Arnautovic.Moyes managed to get Arnautovic firing during his first spell in charge of the club before he left in May 2018. He now wants the same from Anderson.“If Felipe can be our Marko it would be great,” said Moyes. “He’s the is a long time to be representing your country. We don’t have that many international matches so I think people who want to play 100 games for their country have to play for a team that wins major international tournaments and play for a very long time.”On the good news of Lampard’s 100th appearance, Gerrard said he is looking forward to welcoming him to an elite club.The England and Liverpool skipper added: “It’s going to be a fantastic occasion for Frank and I’m delighted for him.“Me and Ashley did that recently and will move on to be level with the legend in Billy Wright [on 105 England caps], and we all want to remember it for the right result. I lost on my 100th cap but hopefully it will be different for Frank.“We’re hoping to use our experience and this is our last crack at doing well at a World Cup.”

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