Whilst I would agree with the principle that it's good to give talented young English managers a shot......is there not an argument that it's a bit unfair that Lampard gets to jump the line into a top Championship club just because he was a good player and has a high profile?
There's a number of talented young managers who have done a strong job in the lower divisions that I would've thought would love a shot at a club like Derby. Darrell Clarke? Danny Cowley? Kevin Nolan? I would have added Paul Hurst, but he's obviously just got the Ipswich job. And, of course, Michael Appleton.
They've spent some time in the lower leagues and proven their managerial credentials. Think I'd be more supportive of Lampard (or Giggs, or others like them) if they did the same.
[n.b. Of course, it's a little harsh to call out Derby for this as Gary Rowett was exactly that sort of young, English manager when they hired him. Suspect he'll do well at Stoke]