Luis Enrique Fines Lionel Messi, Neymar N320,000 Each For Lateness

Luis Enrique institutes fine for top players who may want to stroll in and out on the teams' match days and trainings, to ensure discipline and punctuality, following in the footsteps of Louis Van Gaal and Sir Sir Alex Ferguson

Coach Luis Enrique is towing in the path of stringent and extremely tough managers with their players

Sir Alex Ferguson was known to be a strict disciplinarian with this players and there are recorded incidents of scuffles between him and his players

Current Man Utd manager Louis Van Gaal, in his time at Ajax fined the players for arriving late to the team’s breakfast feast, he is said to have instated communion amongst Man Utd players and has cameras installed for observance

Luis Enrique wants discipline and compliance from his players and to ensure they are obedient, the former Spain international has instituted a fine policy which would see a defiant player cough out £300(N80,000) for first offence to the team’s match days

A second offense would double the fine to £600(N160,000) and a triple £1,200 (N320,000) for a third offense and this  in particular is directed to star players Lionel Messi, Neymar, and others

Even a one minute lateness to training warrants a fine of £150(N40,000) with increasing values of £300 and £600 pounds for further lateness

According to Daily Mail which disclosed this, Luis Enrique who is currently sitting at the top of La Liga is doing all to ensure the likes pf Real Madrid, which is pushing up the ladder ferociously with 13 goals in two premier games, does not dust it down the ladder.


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