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Chelsea Manager Antonio Conte Bans Ketchup, Brown Sauce and Fizzy Drinks

Chelsea Manager Antonio Conte Bans Ketchup, Brown Sauce and Fizzy Drinks

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has put his foot down at Stamford Bridge by banning his players from consuming certain food and drink.

The former Juventus and Italy coach arrived in England earlier this summer with a hard reputation as a disciplinarian, with a keen eye for detail.

And he seems to be living up to his reputation, after banning both brown and tomato sauce from the club’s Cobham training ground, as well as fizzy drinks and pizza, according to ESPN.

A long-standing first-team tradition of pizza after matches is also expected to be abandoned, with Conte expecting every one of his first-team squad to adhere to his strict way of life.

Chelsea take on West Ham in the club’s opening Premier League match of the season on August 15 at home.

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