Roman Abramovich has reportedly read his riot act to Chelsea new manager Maurizio Sarri, which includes two sanctions.
Sarri was appointed to the managerial reigns of Chelsea only last week but whoever watches the Seria A knows the Italian tactician fancies wearing his trademark tracksuits and smokes during break of games in the dressing Room.
According to Yahoosports, Abramovich has asked Sarri to quit his half-time smoking and he wants to be seen wearing suits like his departed compatriot Conte did, when he was managing the West London club.
Barring Carabao Cup games, Conte was always found wearing suits for Chelsea games and this status quo must be upheld by the new manager of the club.
There is so much excitement over the appointment of the former Napoli boss and he revealed on Wednesday before the Blues departure to Austrailia for their pre-season tour that he will have fun while working with the Blues,
He said: “I need to have fun in order to do well. My goal is to have fun while I am here.
“The club have asked me to build a season where we have to be competitive in all competitions and in order to do that we must get to March and April in all competitions.”
Sarri has already signed on one player and he is expected to sign others before the close of the transfer window.