The wolves are struggling against relegation and coach Bruno Labbadia has intensified the pace during the international break. The coach asks the players for a ten-hour day and sets penalties.
VfL Wolfsburg are fighting against relegation from the Bundesliga, which is why coach Bruno Labbadia has taken tough measures. He introduces a ten-hour day and now uses a catalogue of penalties.
As reported by Sport Bild, Labbadia have proclaimed new rules before the potentially decisive duel with Hertha BSC after the international break at Wolfsburg. The coach wants his players to be present on the training grounds for ten hours.
From now on the day starts at eight o’clock with breakfast, before it goes into the first unit of the day. In between, discussions and analyses are planned time and again. After lunch, players are allowed to relax but remain on the site. The second unit is followed by talks again, earliest end is 6 pm.
“It is important to me that a unity is created, that everyone does everything together,” explains Labbadia. A new catalogue of penalties has probably also been introduced for disciplinary purposes, which is the basis for heavy fines for misconduct.