Michael Hector who plays as a centre back for Eintracht Frankfurt on loan from Chelsea has faced disciplinary action.
German newspaper Bild report that Hector was recently sent to watch three games in the stands as a ‘disciplinary action’ to try and get his head focused.
Hector’s previous two loan clubs before joining Chelsea permanently were Aberdeen and Cheltenham Town.
However, according to Bild, things haven’t gone that great for him at Eintracht Frankfurt
Eintracht Frankfurt Manager Niko Kovac is quoted as saying: “Sometimes you have to resort to such methods. It’s about being concentrated for 90 minutes. As an defender, you cannot make mistakes, nothing is easy-going. Because you get into trouble and put the team in stressful situations that they don’t need to be in.”
Bild also say Hector now has to get back to working really hard to convince Frankfurt to take him on a longer term or to try to impress elsewhere.
However, with a contract at Stamford Bridge until June 2020, it’s fair to say the 24 year old has a good level of security with Chelsea.
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