New Training ground

davidmatzdorf

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Its food for gullible people.
It's food for people who prefer to know what they're eating without reading a huge list of ingredients, many of which are added to compensate for the industrialised process of making the food.

I prefer to buy food that contains one ingredient - a vegetable, a piece of fish or meat, a spice or a grain - and combine them to cook my own food, rather than paying extra to subsidise some multinational's advertising budget and ending up eating some nameless dreck that has been filled with sugar, salt and trans-fats to compensate for the flavour that used to be there.
 

Dan Yeats

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Yeah, the list of e-numbers in lots of things is scary. I've found so-called 'healthy' foods that turned out to be packed full of E300 or E160d!!! :eek: :mad:





:meh: :whistle:
 
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Oshi

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It's food for people who prefer to know what they're eating without reading a huge list of ingredients, many of which are added to compensate for the industrialised process of making the food.

I prefer to buy food that contains one ingredient - a vegetable, a piece of fish or meat, a spice or a grain - and combine them to cook my own food, rather than paying extra to subsidise some multinational's advertising budget and ending up eating some nameless dreck that has been filled with sugar, salt and trans-fats to compensate for the flavour that used to be there.
I normally scrape my food off the road with a shovel, Ain't nothing fresher than roady, boy.
 

absolute bobbins

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Middle-class trustafarian wannabe hippies who wear sandals, harp on about the environment, then run over rabbits in their Land Rovers?
Well most of them do support Arsenal, Chelsea, Man United or Liverpool and took the piss out of you for wearing your Spurs kit when playing football after school :mad:.

I'm not bitter
 

dazzle

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In case anyone's interested, I flew over the training ground today. Couldn't see Berahino taking his medical or anything, but it looks like we have now completed the nature reserve bit now.
 

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ginola99

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Was at the training ground last week American football pitch will be going in Soon, the place is amazing so much attention to detail
Got an email from someone I know last and he said that he visited it recently talked about how no detail was left spared, even described the entrance as being like that of a 7 star hotel!

Would love to see it one day, just amazes me that club are still working so hard on improving it with the new stand, accommodation block and now an NFL pitch!
 

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http://planningandbuildingcontrol.e...1EF43438285EAE6/pdf/P13-03408MMA--1457204.pdf

Surprised there has been no movement on the 500 seat stadium for which planning permission for a slightly amended application was approved in January 2015.

Maybe its being let as one contract with the players accommodation block where work should be starting shortly ?
This actually popped into my mind yesterday as England u19s played at City's one. Hopefully they do start it. Would have been built now if they started when it got approved no? Would come in handy as standing for 90mins can ache and is a bitch when it's raining.

Btw the link is dead or whatever was there has been removed
 
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