The freedom that was previously enjoyed by Spanish players have been ruled out with the new life under Spanish manager, Luis Enrique.
The former Barcelona gaffer started his new role by reading the ‘riot act’ to his players.
Enrique was made to take over as Spain’s senior national team after Luis Enrique was sacked for agreeing a deal with Real Madrid FC, few days before the kick-off of the just concluded World Cup in Russia.
With his new reign, Enrique has tampered with the players’ timetable by putting a stop to their free afternoons which he supposed they have previously taken advantage of.
The 48-year-old tactician believes that instead of resting within the said period, the players end up with their family, or friends at either their house or in the centre of Madrid against camp rules.
In addition, Enrique has banned the use of mobile phone use during the meals.
This international break from club football is expected to be the busiest for them with a game against England already scheduled for Saturday, before a trip to Elche, where they will face Croatia on Tuesday 11.
La Roja had an awful performance at the Russia World Cup and they are looking forward to putting an end to this by claiming back their stance in the football world.