- Maurizio Sarri says Chelsea players are free to join the team from home for games at Stamford Bridge
- The rules that players must be together a day before home games in the hotel was made by Conte
- Chelsea defeated Huddersfield Town 3-0 in their first 2018/19 Premier League game
Chelsea new manager Maurizio Sarri has nullified the rules of his predecessor Antonio Conte that players must stay together in the hotel the night before homes games.
This rule was introduced by Antonio Conte and was said to be unpopular with many of the Chelsea players.
And according to the report by Telegraph, Maurizio Sarri believes Chelsea players should have freedom and join the squad from home.
The 59-year-old Italian football manager also relaxed Antonio Conte’s rules on diet and nutrition in his bid to create more relaxed atmosphere for his players at Stamford Bridge.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Chelsea got their 2018-19 premier League campaign off to a winning start after beating Huddersfield 3-0 at the John Smith's Stadium.
World Cup winning star N'Golo Kante got the Blues started in the 34th minute through a close range jab into the net.
New signing Jorginho and Pedro Rodriquez scored the two other goals for Chelsea as Maurizio Sarri started his Premier League campaign with the Blues with a win.
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