Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has started importing his favourite throat lozenges from Italy to help with his continuous shouting.
Conte is a vociferous coach and has yelled himself hoarse while transforming his team from the wreckage of their 3-0 defeat at Arsenal last month.
Head coach Conte shouts so much at his players that he can barely speak after training sessions and matches.
The noisy approach has paid dividends so far, as Chelsea have won four successive Premier League games and are just a point behind joint leaders Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool.
Antonio Conte has shipped large bags of Ambrosoli al Miele into London from his native Italy because they are not widely available in England.
He goes through dozens of the small honey-flavoured sweets each day at the club’s training ground in Surrey and was spotted celebrating a 2-0 win at Southampton on Sunday by crunching one down just before the post-match interviews.
Having famously used a megaphone to shout instructions at his players during training when he first started out in coaching, Conte now relies solely on his voice.
With no European fixtures to worry about, Conte gave his voice and his players a two-day break after the victory over Southampton.