Chelsea's Fine List Under Frank Lampard Shows How Serious Of A Manager He Is
Chelsea's fining system under new boss Frank Lampard has been revealed they are extremely expensive.
Chelsea currently sit third in the Premier League and their young players are flourishing under Lampard.
Now a list of their fine system has been released and it could show why their players are so disciplined under their relatively inexperienced manager.
Chelsea fines list is crazily expensive. Frank Lampard instilling some serious discipline into his players! #CFC pic.twitter.com/RXpuJoeAlo
- Ahmad Yousef (@EgyptianPlayers) November 12, 2019
Some of the fines range from £1,000 for being late to the gym and taking or making a phone call during a team meal.
One that catches the eye is £500 for every minute that a Chelsea player is late to a team meeting.
The most expensive fine on the list is a huge £20,000 fine for players who are late for training.
Others on the list include failing to turn up to community events as well as not travelling back on the team bus which are both £5000 respectively.
The fines are also doubled if Chelsea's players fail to pay the original sum within 14 days.
A variety of internal rules are also listed for the players to follow while playing for 'The Blues'.
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Fines will be dished out if body composition targets aren't met, showing former England man Lampard wants his players to be in peak condition.
Agents are also to be kept from the training ground unless it has been allowed by Lampard.
It's clear to see that the 41-year-old has his philosophy and mindset ingrained in the club already which shows on the pitch.
Lampard's side are playing with freedom as well as a blend of youthful players with experienced veterans.
It's seen him become the first English manager to win six Premier League games in a row since Alan Pardew in 2012.
But he's not allowing his side to be hyped up for a title charge.
Following their 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace at the weekend, Chelsea's all-time top scorer told The Express:
"To say (we are title contenders) would be a bit naive because we are not even a third of the way through the season.
"If we can keep replicating the form, keep replicating the results, then we can certainly close the gap and I think that is the first step."
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