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SO then... the plot thickens.

"Watched Norwich football team consume a breakfast of white toast & jam before they lost 0-3 yesterday. Nutrition? Professional? Joke #ncfc" - @RichTidmarsh on Twitter.

I for one will be absolutely livid if they had a cup of tea as well,

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Reading canary can''t be old enough to remember the days when you''d see the team coach outside a chippy to celebrate a rare away win.

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They were just TOASTING the new arrival!

Really, can''t see why jam on toast can''t be nutritious? Wholewheat with sugar free jam must be OK?

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[quote user="Indy"]Really, can''t see why jam on toast can''t be nutritious? Wholewheat with sugar free jam must be OK?[/quote]It''s bad for your tummy.

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I made some hamster jam once - it tasted so bad I spat it out in a patch of earth in the garden and a couple of months later red tulips started to grow there.They were tulips from hamster jam [:|]

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[quote user="ReadingCanary"]SO then... the plot thickens.

"Watched Norwich football team consume a breakfast of white toast & jam before they lost 0-3 yesterday. Nutrition? Professional? Joke #ncfc" - @RichTidmarsh on Twitter.

I for one will be absolutely livid if they had a cup of tea as well,[/quote]Rich Tidmarsh is a highly rated group conditioner and fitness guru.  If someone like him remarks on what he sees as poor preparation for a match, then there is some authority there. Perhaps there is someone out there who can suggest what woud be a good breakfast on the morning of a match??  Pasta?  Poached Eggs?  Kellogs Sugar Puffs??Football is still behind in the nutrition stakes as far as sport goes - I would hope that Norwich would be up to date.....maybe not......

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[quote user="Lessingham Canary"]At least its been spread around a bit, just like Mr Tilson driving on theM6 last night, causing a jam in his shiny white pussy wagon @ 60mph.[/quote]Probably in the '' average speed check '' stretch that you obviously missed Lessingham. [:D]

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[quote user="lake district canary"][quote user="ReadingCanary"]SO then... the plot thickens.

"Watched Norwich football team consume a breakfast of white toast & jam before they lost 0-3 yesterday. Nutrition? Professional? Joke #ncfc" - @RichTidmarsh on Twitter.

I for one will be absolutely livid if they had a cup of tea as well,[/quote]Rich Tidmarsh is a highly rated group conditioner and fitness guru.  If someone like him remarks on what he sees as poor preparation for a match, then there is some authority there. Perhaps there is someone out there who can suggest what woud be a good breakfast on the morning of a match??  Pasta?  Poached Eggs?  Kellogs Sugar Puffs??Football is still behind in the nutrition stakes as far as sport goes - I would hope that Norwich would be up to date.....maybe not......[/quote]

I''m going to answer my own question. It seems that toast and cereal is  perfectly acceptable breakfast for before a sporting event.  Rich Tidmarsh must hail from Ipswich......

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"Football is still behind in the nutrition stakes as far as sport goes"

Really, Lakey?

You think professional football, the wealthiest sports business in the UK by a mile, is behind in the nutrition stakes?

Can you please evidence support for that absurd statement?

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[quote user="lake district canary"][quote user="lake district canary"][quote user="ReadingCanary"]SO then... the plot thickens.

"Watched Norwich football team consume a breakfast of white toast & jam before they lost 0-3 yesterday. Nutrition? Professional? Joke #ncfc" - @RichTidmarsh on Twitter.

I for one will be absolutely livid if they had a cup of tea as well,[/quote]Rich Tidmarsh is a highly rated group conditioner and fitness guru.  If someone like him remarks on what he sees as poor preparation for a match, then there is some authority there. Perhaps there is someone out there who can suggest what woud be a good breakfast on the morning of a match??  Pasta?  Poached Eggs?  Kellogs Sugar Puffs??Football is still behind in the nutrition stakes as far as sport goes - I would hope that Norwich would be up to date.....maybe not......[/quote]

I''m going to answer my own question. It seems that toast and cereal is  perfectly acceptable breakfast for before a sporting event.  Rich Tidmarsh must hail from Ipswich......[/quote]Have a look at the subject of wheat hybridization, it might not be the safest or most ideal source of carbohydrate.

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Quote : The young canary. Are they allowed to have sex the night before a game may explain why they had no lead in their pencils yesterday.

Depends who their room mate is?

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