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Chelsea's Fine List Under Frank Lampard Is Extremely Expensive
TheRecapGuy 2 years ago
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The fine list of Chelsea under Frank Lampard is extremely expensive

Many young Chelsea players have flourished under Lampard, including like Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount and Reece James.

A list of their fine system has also been published that could show why their players are so disciplined under their relatively inexperienced boss.

Some fines range from £ 1,000 for being late at the gym and receiving or phoning during a team meal.

What catches the eye is £ 500 for every minute when a Chelsea player is late for a team meeting.

The most expensive penalty on the list is a whopping £ 20,000 for players who are late for training.

Others on the list include failing to get involved in community events as well as not traveling back on the bus for teams costing £ 5,000.

Penalties will be doubled if Chelsea players do not pay the original amount within 14 days.

There are also various internal rules that players must follow while playing for the ‘Blues’.

Penalties will be imposed if the goals of the body composition are not met, which shows the former Englishman Lampard that his players are in top condition.

Agents should also be guarded from the training ground, unless allowed by Lampard.

It is clear to see that the 41-year-old has his own philosophy and way of thinking already implanted in the club showing up on the field.

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Emobot7 2 years ago
516 11118

Thats actually good to know. One of the last thing a inexperienced manager need is a undisciplined group. In that regard, it doesn't seem like Lampard has too much to worry about.

I wouldn't actually be surprised Lampard inspired himself from Mourinho though in that regard.

As for wether its too harsh or not, the player are proffessional and are expected to conduct as such, so no, I really don't think its too harsh.

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expertfootball11 2 years ago
Real Madrid, France 64 2828

What about a fine for being contaminated by the virus?

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Emobot7 2 years ago
516 11118

@expertfootball Propably, if there any fine for that though, it should be if its proven the player didn't respect the rule regarding the virus (like inviting peoples over or not wearing mask, stuff like that).

Feel like it would be really harsh if a player got fined just for getting contaminated even though he did everything he could not to get it.

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tiki_taka 2 years ago
Barcelona, France 366 9755

If he had to do it, then it was needed. In England players are glorified and it may affect work ethic.

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DarthFooty 2 years ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 25 962

Not a shock at all, many teams have these background rules. The fines are pointing to today's money and show how much he wants to drive home his expectations.

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Emobot7 2 years ago
516 11118

@DarthFooty True that, I'm kinda happy to see Lampart being more of traditional manager in that regard and seem to focus more on discipline, rather than focusing on making his group as friendly and as a happy as possible, like other young english manager.

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quikzyyy 2 years ago
Arsenal 428 8862

What's so crazy expensive about paying 2k, when you earn 170k a week lol? Werner can get fined 50 times a week and still make 50k.

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tiki_taka 2 years ago
Barcelona, France 366 9755

Actually you have the fine, or the bench. The bench affects the starting XI, you can't bench your best players because they are late. At the end fans will not understand your choices while you had good reasons to do it. Fine is good and it helps new generation to follow the rules 😄

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Emobot7 2 years ago
516 11118

@tiki Agreed, its just enough to punish them without punishing the whole team and fandom.

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penny0067 2 months ago
0 15

It seems cruel if a player was penalized simply for becoming infected while doing everything he could to avoid it.

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