Spraying the Rays

The Alternative Radiographer

26 October 2006

Jamie's Football Dinners




Oliver: irritating


Jamie Oliver, the well known celebrity chef and self styled Saviour of the Nation's Children, has switched his attention to the poor nutritional intake of the nation's footballers.

Defoe: peckish

"It's clear from recent events that players are resorting to snacking on junk food between meals"

Mascherano: a bit tasty

Mr Oliver has proposed a wholesale rethink of catering facilities at football clubs throughout the country, entailing retraining of canteen staff and an increase in the basic cost of a meal to 37p.

Jamie added, "I have seen the all too worrying long term effects of such a poor diet on players, and believe me, it's not pretty."


Windass: unpalatable

We asked Gordon Ramsey for his opinion. He told us to f**k off out of his kitchen. Well, really.

Next week: Will boxing follow soccer's lead? Spraying the Rays speaks to Mike Tyson.



5 Comments:

At 1:22 pm, October 26, 2006, Anonymous I-pimp-for-Hobbits said...

...and they say Defoe has no appetite for the game. I also wonder if Spray could investigate claims (once the Turnham Green/Circle Line furore has ceased) of a link between falling attendances at Norwich and the timing of Delias meat pie/snack bar franchise starting up at the Norwich ground!

 
At 2:52 pm, October 26, 2006, Blogger Molly Bloom said...

Part 34

Nancy was thinking about dinner. She was ready to drop and nearly home now. She was holding onto the starlight very tightly and thought of warmth and refreshment at the end of her long and fruitful journey.

Now go to part 35.

 
At 3:59 pm, October 26, 2006, Blogger Howesy said...

Stone me! How many more times, Mr Windass scares the bejesus outa me Mr Photon, and I can't takes no more! If you carry on with this behaviour, then I'm afraid I'll have to delve into the Bees archives for some of our lovliest lovlies.

 
At 5:49 pm, October 26, 2006, Blogger Istvanski said...

"...Delias meat pie/snack bar franchise starting up at the Norwich ground!"

I take it that it's not served with a pint of Worthington's?

 
At 7:48 pm, October 28, 2006, Blogger Gentleman Mike said...

...I believe its a pint of his blood...

 

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