Lampard made his City debut against Arsenal, starting in place of Yaya Toure. This jarring vision prompted many to comment on the weirdness of seeing the 36-year-old midfielder in a different shade of blue. And judging by lackluster performance, he seemed to feel like he was having a bad acid trip, as well.

Lampard made his City debut against Arsenal, starting in place of Yaya Toure. This jarring vision prompted many to comment on the weirdness of seeing the 36-year-old midfielder in a different shade of blue. And judging by lackluster performance, he seemed to feel like he was having a bad acid trip, as well.

Loïc Rémy isn’t the most complicated of individuals when it comes to his craft. “I’m a striker, and a striker wants to score at any time, in any game,” he says while flashing a shy little gap-toothed smile. Further wisdom comes later in the interview, when Chelsea TV’s Neil Barnett mentions the goal that Rémy scored against the Blues while on loan at Newcastle last season. “Left foot, right foot,” he shrugs, “the best, most important thing is that the ball is in the net.” See, kids, goalscoring isn’t hard. The man who became the 85th player in Chelsea history to score on his debut certainly has a penchant for understatement. When asked about the buildup to his goal, a result of another scintillating run from Eden Hazard and eventually a smart pass from Oscar finding the striker open for the first-time finish, Rémy admitted that this Chelsea squad may yet win “some” games this season. Just a few, yeah?

Loïc Rémy isn’t the most complicated of individuals when it comes to his craft. “I’m a striker, and a striker wants to score at any time, in any game,” he says while flashing a shy little gap-toothed smile. Further wisdom comes later in the interview, when Chelsea TV’s Neil Barnett mentions the goal that Rémy scored against the Blues while on loan at Newcastle last season. “Left foot, right foot,” he shrugs, “the best, most important thing is that the ball is in the net.” See, kids, goalscoring isn’t hard. The man who became the 85th player in Chelsea history to score on his debut certainly has a penchant for understatement. When asked about the buildup to his goal, a result of another scintillating run from Eden Hazard and eventually a smart pass from Oscar finding the striker open for the first-time finish, Rémy admitted that this Chelsea squad may yet win “some” games this season. Just a few, yeah?