Real Madrid player, Eden Hazard has revealed the two coaches who gave him tough time during training.
Before sealing a move to Madrid last Summer, Hazard played under Antonio Conte and Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea, both Italians.
Since moving to Madrid, the Belgian has been enjoying the training pattern which he says is unlike what he experienced under Italian coaches which is less pleasure.
”Our training at Real Madrid is always with the ball, working on movement and patterns.
”When you meet Italian coaches you have much less pleasure.
”It is more framed and repetitive. You find pleasure in victory. I spent three years with Italian managers so rediscovering this pleasure does me good,” he told Sport/Foot Magazine.