Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has already set two new ground rules at the club that may not go down well with his players, reports the Sun.
In a mission to promote team harmony, Pep has told his players to stop eating out with their partners after football matches.
The Spaniard wants his side to eat together at least an hour after matches, rather than be with their other halves.
Reports also say that the City squad will no longer be eating pizza in the dressing rooms, which was said to be the norm when under the management of former boss Manuel Pellegrini.
A source told the newspaper: “He will want the squad to eat at the Etihad after games. He thinks it is vital for them to eat within one hour of games and even if it means telling the WAGs no dinner out tonight.
“That won’t go down too well with some of them. They usually eat pizza in the dressing room.”
Training sessions are also said to have increased as they approach their next game in Munich against Pep’s old side Bayern, following that they will be heading to China to participate in the International Champions Cup.
What do you reckon then City fans? Is Pep being too strict or does his track record speak for itself?