New Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has made some rules changes respect to Antonio Conte era that seemed to please his squad.
First of all, some training sessions were moved to the afternoon so his players can spend the mornings at home with their families, which is said to be a popular and welcome change.
The Telegraph reports that the players are now able to enjoy a wide range of food choices in the training ground canteen and also in hotels when travelling: tomato ketchup, HP sauce and vinegar were reportedly banned under Conte but they have now returned to the Blues‘ menu.
Furthermore, the players will not be required to spend the night at a hotel with their team-mates before games.
This was said to be an unpopular policy amongst the team because they were unable to be with their families.
Sarri will allow them to travel to matches closer to the time from their homes instead.