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Xavi’s regulation to renew the crisis club Barcelona

Barcelona’s new manager Xavi has wasted no time stamping his authority on the club, rolling out a list of 10 strict new rules in a bid to bring the Catalans back to the top of the table.

The club legend has replaced Ronald Koeman at the helm, and he will have no illusions about the size of the task ahead, with Barça languishing in ninth place in the LaLiga table.

In an attempt to take the giants of the Camp Nou to the top, Xavi would have presented this week a list of the ‘ten commandments’, as revealed by AS, that the players must follow without exceptions.

The new Barcelona coach, Xavi, has drawn up a list of the 10 commandments to renew Barcelona

The new Barcelona coach, Xavi, has drawn up a list of the 10 commandments to renew Barcelona

You are getting your players to practice an hour and a half before the session starts

You are getting your players to practice an hour and a half before the session starts

You are getting your players to practice an hour and a half before the session starts

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF XAVI

1) Players must arrive an hour and a half early for training.

2) Staff must arrive two hours early for training.

3) Players must have lunch on the training ground.

4) Fines return

5) Fines get worse for repeat offenders

6) Get home before midnight with less than 48 hours left for a game

7) Train well to be on the team

8) Control of non-football commitments or risk supervision by a member of the coaching staff

9) No more high-risk activities

10) Represent a positive image at all times.

The 41-year-old is used to winning titles with Barcelona and is recovering some of the methods he used as a player, starting with the arrival time of the squad for training.

With Koeman, the players only had to arrive for training around half an hour before the session, but Xavi now insists that the team be at the facilities 90 minutes before leaving for the fields, while the staff must arrive two hours before.

Previously, it was also at the discretion of the players whether they had lunch at the training ground or went home immediately after the session to eat, but now Xavi insists that all the players eat together at the Cuitat Esportiva.

Diet is very important to Xavi and he believes that by eating the right things, his squad can prevent injuries and improve their physical preparation for matches.

Fourth on his list of the 10 commandments is the return of fines, something that the players have not been subjected to since the departure of Luis Enrique.

Plus, fines will increase exponentially for repeat offenders – if you’re late to training once, you’ll pay just € 100, but it doubles every time, meaning players could incur heavy penalties if they consistently break the rules.

Xavi’s players will also have to limit their non-football activities, and number six on the list will detail another ‘non-negotiable requirement’.

The stars have been told that when there is less than 48 hours left for a match, they should not arrive home later than midnight, to ensure that they arrive at the start in the best possible condition.

Gamers, like Martin Braithwaite (pictured), have been banned from riding electric bikes

Gamers, like Martin Braithwaite (pictured), have been banned from riding electric bikes

Gamers, like Martin Braithwaite (pictured), have been banned from riding electric bikes

They have also been told to limit their non-football related activities in an attempt to improve results;  Ansu Fati appears in the photo.

They have also been told to limit their non-football related activities in an attempt to improve results;  Ansu Fati appears in the photo.

Sergio Agüero relaxes on vacation.  Players have been asked to reduce their non-football commitments

Sergio Agüero relaxes on vacation.  Players have been asked to reduce their non-football commitments

They have also been told to limit their non-football related activities in an attempt to improve results.

They have also been asked to exercise “control over extra-sports activities”, and have been threatened with the punishment of being escorted by a member of the coaching staff if any non-football activity begins to affect their performance.

After taking effect this week, club legend Gerard Piqué has already canceled a planned television interview in an attempt to “focus on football.”

Some ‘risky’ activities have also been banned outright, and players have been told they are now not allowed to surf or ride electric bikes, for fear of injury.

If any player is found guilty of that, it will go directly to the club’s legal department and will be considered a “flagrant breach of contract”.

The last two rules of Xavi’s ‘ten commandments’ are about ‘image’ and ‘meritocracy’.

Xavi introduces himself to 10,000 Barcelona fans at the Camp Nou after being appointed coach

Xavi introduces himself to 10,000 Barcelona fans at the Camp Nou after being appointed coach

Xavi introduces himself to 10,000 Barcelona fans at the Camp Nou after being appointed coach

The Spaniard was incredibly successful during his time as a player, winning eight LaLiga titles.

The Spaniard was incredibly successful during his time as a player, winning eight LaLiga titles.

The Spaniard was incredibly successful during his time as a player, winning eight LaLiga titles.

Gerard Piqué canceled this week a television interview scheduled in reaction to Xavi's list of 10 commandments

Gerard Piqué canceled this week a television interview scheduled in reaction to Xavi's list of 10 commandments

Gerard Piqué canceled this week a television interview scheduled in reaction to Xavi’s list of 10 commandments

The first one tells the players that they must set a good example, always showing empathy with the fans by complying with the rules of conduct, while the final rule is that the squad must train as if it were a match.

‘Only those who train the best and have the greatest commitment at work will have options to be starters. [on a matchday], ‘the rules say, with the threat of being eliminated from the squad entirely a very real possibility under the new boss.

Xavi hopes his new rules can help stop the rot in Barcelona, ​​with the team stuck in the middle of the table and also struggling in the Champions League.

As a player, the Spaniard won eight LaLiga titles and a notable four Champions League titles, but the level has dropped considerably since his departure in 2015.

Since then, he has been playing, and later managing, Al Sadd in Qatar, leaving last week to return to his childhood club.

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