Former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte upheld a strict regime during his two seasons at Stamford Bridge and placed several restrictions on his player’s diet.
Besides his strict diet plan, Conte also ordered Chelsea’s players to stay at a hotel in west London the night before a game at Stamford Bridge, and the squad never really liked the rule.
The Daily Telegraph now claim that new boss Maurizio Sarri has scrapped some of Conte’s strict rules and has now loosened Conte’s restriction on the players’ nutrition and has given his squad more options to eat at the club’s training ground.
According to the report, Sarri has also abandoned Conte’s rule of staying in a hotel before every home fixture and has told his players that they can spend the evening at home before linking up at Stamford Bridge on the day of the game.
Sarri has come up with these new rules to create a better atmosphere in the Chelsea camp, and the players now seem to be at ease under the new boss.