A player is fined about $640 per minute he's late to a meeting, and if he misses a practice, well, wow: The fine is almost $26,000.
A posted list of fines for Chelsea players, signed by the manager, has been confirmed and we would completely understand if the Blues were on time all the time.
Chelsea stars will also have to be wary of their phone going off during team meetings with a fine of £1,000 ($1,800) to be handed down in such instances.
Some of the most noteworthy include £500 for every minute that you are late for a team meeting, and a hefty £20,000 for being late to training.
Chelsea players are also fined £5,000 each for failure to travel on the team coach after a match unless 48 hours notice is given to either Lampard or assistant Jody Morris.
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So far this season discipline does not seem to be an issue at Stamford Bridge, and the team spirit that Lampard has created around the club has been praised by many.
But he broke into Maurizio Sarri's side last season and has impressed for Lampard who took charge in the summer.
"To say (we are title contenders) would be a bit naive because we are not even a third of the way through the season".
He added that the young graduates have proved that they are good enough to make the grade and believes the squad could be ready to win the Premier League in a couple of years' time.
The likes of Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount, Fikayo Tomori, Reece James and Callum Hudson-Odoi are some of the club graduates to watch out for in the long-run and Hoddle has high expectations from them.
"We knew we had the quality, so we always set goals of being up near the top of the table".