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The Barca legend was officially unveiled as the club's new head coach on Monday and has set out the standards he expects at the Camp Nou.
"We have to start with new rules that are going to be strict. It's not a matter of being tough, it's about having norms," he said, in quotes published by Sky Sports.
"When we had norms in the locker room things were good, when we didn't, it went bad. So, we need to have order. Being professionals.
"It's a medium to long-term project but we'll need to work really hard to find the results. The expectation and the demand will be the highest. No excuses will be made or accepted."
Spanish media outlet Directo Gol has now listed out six strict demands which Xavi will enforce in the dressing room.
If you are Spanish speaker, then the video makes for some fascinating listening.
:rotating_light: Los 6 cambios que va a hacer Xavi en el @FCBarcelona_es
:airplane: No más viajes Piqué
Más horas en la Ciudad Deportiva
:lifter:️ No al entrenamiento personal
:hospital: Renovación servicios médicos
:sparkles: El estilo no se negocia
:calling: Control de las redes sociales
:tv: #ElGranDebate pic.twitter.com/O6vcm4Ah94
- Directo Gol (@DirectoGol) November 8, 2021
Gerard Pique has now retired from international football with Spain, but it did not stop the defender from jet setting around the world whenever there was a pause in the club calendar.
The 34-year-old is known for his love of tennis, previously making long-haul flights out to the States to watch the US Open Final in New York,as well as to Shanghai to catch up with Novak Djokovic.
But Xavi is set to curtail Pique's jet-setting activities in one of those six demands of his squad.
The Catalan legend is also going to put the squad through its paces with more hours on the training pitch, and wants to keep a tighter control of his players' social media profiles.
He is also set to ban anyone from undertaking individual personal training sessions and renew the medical services that are on offer to his players, ensuring they are up to scratch.
Finally, he will enforce a style that is "not negotiable."
Xavi certainly looks like he means business, and his first match in the dugout comes when Barca face Espanyol in the 'Derbi Barceloní' on 20th November.
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