Ahead of the new season, the English Premier League club Aston Villa’s head coach Steven Gerrard has set several discipline rules for the players. If a player fails to maintain any of those disciplines, he has to put fines in the range of £50-£1000. The English and Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has taken up the head coach role of Aston Villa last November after Dean Smith left that role. Gerrard’s Villa faced regular ups and downs as they finished in the 14th position in the Premier League 2021/22. Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images) Villa are now preparing for the new season as their pre-season campaign is going well. In the Australia tour, they recently drew against Manchester United by 2-2. https://twitter.com/AVFCOfficial/status/1550808612251246593 Aston Villa head coach Steven Gerrard's fines rules Recently, a list of Aston Villa’s discipline rules has been leaked through the internet where we can clearly see the players has to pay fines for breaking rules. A player will be fined £500 if he comes late for training. The player has to pay a £100 fine if he forgets GPS for training. Image Credit: Twitter In the case of being late out on to training pitch, late for the coach or late for a meeting, a player has to pay a fine of £200 for a minute for each case. However, in the case of late for a meeting, walk or coach on match day, the player has to burn out a hefty £1,000. A player also has to pay a fine for wrong attire on match day (£100/item), leaving plates and cups at the dining table (£100/item), leaving kit on the training pitch (£100/item), illegal parking (£100), late for commercial appearance (£250), booked for dissent (£200), not reporting by 10am to doctor for new injury or illness (£200), late for physiotherapy treatment (£200) and many more. Image Credit: Twitter Bizarre rules Some bizarre rules have also been set, which are as follows: Forgetting cakes on birthday – £50 a dayIf a player face being sent off during a match, he has to ta the team for a meal within four weeks of the red card. Worst player in the small-sided games on MD-1 (as voted for by the winning team) will wear ‘I was the worst trainer’ jumper the following weak for the MD-1 warm-up.