Former Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri has been ordered to change his habits by Roman Abramovich after signing on to become the new Chelsea Manager.
The 59-year-old Italian – who replaces Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge – has been ordered to wear a suit on matchdays rather than his usual tracksuit approach, and has also been told to cut out his cheeky half-time cigarettes.
The sight of Sarri puffing away on the touchline became a regular one during his time at former club Napoli, before he was banned from doing so and given a special designated area in the home dressing room.
The order will all have to change now though according to The Sun , who claim that Abramovich has ordered Sarri to bring “a British attitude” to the job.
He has also been told to wear a suit to press conferences, although given that Conte rarely did that then it remains to be seen whether or not that happens.