Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte has seemingly laid down the law in the London club's dressing room, having reportedly already banned two things at the club.
Just two games into his tenure, Conte is said to have already started revolutionising a number of things at the Lilywhites, and has reportedly laid down a few ground rules related to nutrition and fitness.
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Having picked up four points from a possible six at the Spurs helm to date, the new boss is reportedly not impressed with the fitness levels of some of his players following their matches against Dutch outfit Vitesse and Everton, and even feels that some of them are overweight.
According to The Athletic, the former Chelsea manager has banned both tomato sauce and mayonnaise from the canteen as a result.
It is reported that the 52-year-old wants his players to have a healthier diet in a bid to improve their fitness, believing this will help his squad to be better able to cope with the high-intensity style of football he prefers.
It has also been suggested that Conte and his coaching staff have handed out extra training schedules to those players who are currently on international duty, as well as those who have stayed behind, per Football.London.
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