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According to UEFA English fans eat the strangest food in Europe

There’s nothing like a molten hot, over-priced pie to eat while you’re watching the football.

But what do you wash it down with? Well, according to UEFA, a lovely warm mug of BEEF TEA!



The ‘thick, salty meat extract’ is listed as England’s half-time delicacy in a survey by UEFA.

The Maltese are far more cultured, taking in a cappuccino and a sandwich halfway through Silema Wanderers v Tarxien Rainbows.



Andorrans, Armenians, Azerbaijanis, Belarusians, Bulgarians, Macedonians, Georgians, Hungarians, Israelis, Latvians, Moldovans, Montenegrins, Romanians, Russians, Serbians, Slovakians, Spaniards and Ukranians all list sunflower seeds as their half-time choice of snack.

We feel like we might be missing a trick there!


Maybe we should all just take after Estonians. Sunflower seeds? Pah, none of those round here. Just some garlic bread and beef jerky.

Delicious, delicious beef jerky.

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