Chelsea boss, Thomas Tuchel, has scrapped his predecessor, Frank Lampard’s strict disciplinary coverage on the membership’s gamers.
Chelsea have been in tremendous type since Tuchel changed Lampard final January.
Throughout Lampard’s regime, there have been fines and costs associated to poor self-discipline.
One of many punishments included a £500 tremendous for each minute a participant is late for a crew assembly, in addition to a £20,000 cost for being late to coaching.
However Tuchel has now determined to go one other method and has positioned his belief within the Chelsea squad to maintain their very own self-discipline, insisting that he’s “not the police”.
“I’ve no complaints – all people has been on time, no person was ever late for a gathering or out on the pitch,” Tuchel stated at his pre-match press convention forward of Chelsea’s conflict with Leeds United on Saturday afternoon.
“If a participant arrives at 10.01 or 9.59, I’m not the police.
“I gained’t be hanging across the window, checking the time, and I anticipate my gamers to handle that.
“If you wish to dwell collectively in concord, all people wants to simply accept sure values of how the household is run.
“I’m extra into trusting and feeling the identical values and convincing them in regards to the values than setting the foundations and fines.
“I’m not towards fines, however I believe it needs to be one thing within the dressing room. While you arrive and have an appointment with the physio or physician, you arrive on time.
“That is completely regular in the event that they do that with fines. Then they will have a pleasant dinner or a pleasant vacation collectively.”