Meat ban! Make the England squad vegan, says former Everton player
By Sarah Barns
During the 2010 World Cup England footballers were put on a sex ban to improve their performance. Now vegan former player Neil Robinson thinks they should be put on a meat-free diet to help up their game.
“I think that the World Cup team would get great benefit from adopting this kind of diet.”
Rooney, Gerrard and co currently follow a diet rich in chicken, fish and pasta.
After moving to Swansea City FC in 1980, Neil extended his moral stance for animals by becoming vegan.
Neil was the first player to demonstrate that a vegan diet could be highly beneficial for professional football players at all levels.
He retired from professional football in 1990 and stayed vegetarian and then vegan throughout his entire professional playing career.
Neil will be appearing at VegfestUK London. See london.vegfest.co.uk.
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meat belongs on
not on our plates.
and their lives
Karen Lyons Kalmenson