Chelsea’s manager Maurizio Sarri has reportedly changed one of Conte’s rules over his players, that’s according to many media outlets.
The Italian manager has relaxed his compatriot’s rules on the food his players are mandated to eat.
During Conte’s reign at Stamford Bridge, the former Juventus manager forbade his players from eating from wide range of foods or snacks.
He also compulsory made his players come to team hotel a night before their match and that didn’t go well with most of the players.
However, the new manager has scrapped off most of the rules. According to reports, Sarri has told his players that they are free to come to the stadium some hours before their home matches.
He also gives them the freedom to eat from a wider range of foods as long as they maintain their physical and psychological condition on and off the pitch.
Meanwhile, the Blues are presently preparing ahead of Arsenal clash. The team made a perfect start to the season last weekend, they would be hoping to continue their impressive run when they meet the Gunners on Saturday.
Unlike Chelsea, the Gunners lost 2-0 to Manchester City so, they are wishing to bounce back to winning ways after Chelsea’s challenge.
The Blues won the Premier League in 2016-17 season and they are now looking at the prospect of repeating the same feat under Maurizio Sarri this season.