Baked beans and Jaffa Cakes will fuel England’s players in their quest to win the World Cup for the first time since 1966. When Gareth Southgate’s squad arrives in Qatar for the tournament, which begins in November, they will stay at the five-star Souq Al-Wakra Hotel. They’ll be able to eat the best meat and fish the complex has to offer, but the England camp can’t live without some home comforts. “The menus are handled like a military operation and are months in the planning – we have to make sure the hotel knows what we need,” an England insider revealed. When the team went to Russia four years ago, it was difficult to find some items; we even brought our own teabags. Horrific “An England statistic raises concerns for the World Cup, as scoring is now ‘impossible.'” Qataris, on the other hand, have access to almost everything. Yorkshire Tea, PG Tips, and even the lads’ favorite chocolate are all available. Gareth and the boys are hoping to spend a month out there. “It’s about making them as comfortable as possible, even if eating baked beans and Jaffa Cakes in 35C heat sounds crazy.” What do you think of Qatar’s diet plans? Please share your thoughts in the comments section. It is understood that the hotel has been given a list of foods that our lads enjoy eating. It includes hundreds of cans of baked beans, as well as red and brown sauce, to go with their protein-packed breakfasts.
England desperately needs some confidence.
I’m curious if Heinz will be their go-to brand in Qatar.
English mustard and white wine vinegar are two other condiments. Jaffa Cakes provide a quick energy boost during training and at half-time for players like Jack Grealish and Harry Kane. It is understood that England’s Souq Hotel, which has its own private beach, has hired 40 new staff members to ensure the players have everything they need. Every meal will include a salad and pasta bar, and the entire squad will eat together.
England will have to deal with the heat in Qatar if they are to win the trophy.
Harry Kane could be eating beans in Qatar.
Team England’s conditioning and nutrition experts have also ordered protein gels and isotonic drinks, as well as factor 50 sunscreen. “The hotel is only 20 minutes from the capital in Doha,” our source added. Nothing has been overlooked, including table tennis, a dartboard, and a couple of pool tables. “Players know what they like, and if they want a brew with their beans on toast, they can get it.” READ ALSO: Fuming England fans boo Gareth Southgate as the England manager loses support ahead of the World Cup With Reece James’ pink hair, England fans joke that “another Simpsons prediction comes true.” For the Italy vs. England national anthem, an opera singer was seen going ‘full-kit w*****.’