New Food and Drink Vendors for the Ground and City Square | Edible coffee cups introduced

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They’ve now reopened the two beer cart things in the south stand. Still a queue at half time but an obvious and welcome decision.
 

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The queues for food and drinks are shockingly bad and that Amstel larger is truly dreadful.
Perhaps the new Fan Experience solution will help improve things...

I doubt it though. They bring in a new initiative and every time it gets worse.
Absolutely no point in even attempting to buy stuff in the ground at the moment. Absolutely none. The service is simply dreadful.
 

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FC Twente supporter Christiaan Roetgering, 23, was captured holding five full cartons of beer stacked one on top of the other for him and his friends, much to the delight of the onlooking fans.

The football fan delightedly revealed he did not manage to spill or drop any of the beers on his way back to his mates, but the youngster did admit that Saturday's achievement was not a record for the most beers carried at an FC Twente match.

I had to carry the trays through a passageway and up some stairs, but it all went fine. But it's not a record - my friend Jochen has managed in the past to carry 50 beers in one go.



 

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FC Twente supporter Christiaan Roetgering, 23, was captured holding five full cartons of beer stacked one on top of the other for him and his friends, much to the delight of the onlooking fans.

The football fan delightedly revealed he did not manage to spill or drop any of the beers on his way back to his mates, but the youngster did admit that Saturday's achievement was not a record for the most beers carried at an FC Twente match.

I had to carry the trays through a passageway and up some stairs, but it all went fine. But it's not a record - my friend Jochen has managed in the past to carry 50 beers in one go.



no commitment issues there
 

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FC Twente supporter Christiaan Roetgering, 23, was captured holding five full cartons of beer stacked one on top of the other for him and his friends, much to the delight of the onlooking fans.

The football fan delightedly revealed he did not manage to spill or drop any of the beers on his way back to his mates, but the youngster did admit that Saturday's achievement was not a record for the most beers carried at an FC Twente match.

I had to carry the trays through a passageway and up some stairs, but it all went fine. But it's not a record - my friend Jochen has managed in the past to carry 50 beers in one go.



He'd have had to miss the entire first half to get that many from our bar up in SS3....imagine being stood behind him in the queue. it's bad enough in a chippy when someone has a list from work for lunches.
 

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FC Twente supporter Christiaan Roetgering, 23, was captured holding five full cartons of beer stacked one on top of the other for him and his friends, much to the delight of the onlooking fans.

The football fan delightedly revealed he did not manage to spill or drop any of the beers on his way back to his mates, but the youngster did admit that Saturday's achievement was not a record for the most beers carried at an FC Twente match.

I had to carry the trays through a passageway and up some stairs, but it all went fine. But it's not a record - my friend Jochen has managed in the past to carry 50 beers in one go.



"Youngster'....

If that happened in England he'd probably be labelled a "football thug" and arrested for inciting drunkenness.

I wonder if it was his round, and how much it cost him?
If I'd paid for that much beer I wouldn't be able to afford to spill a drop.
 

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"Youngster'....

If that happened in England he'd probably be labelled a "football thug" and arrested for inciting drunkenness.

I wonder if it was his round, and how much it cost him?
If I'd paid for that much beer I wouldn't be able to afford to spill a drop.

€5 per half litre. So he's carrying €240/£200 worth of beer.
 

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I can buy Super Bock, open it, pour it, and make Bifanas every day for £50,000 a year.

Wonder if it's one of our Boys?

Pembury Partners are looking for a Portuguese Chef on behalf of our Pro Footballer Client based in South Manchester. This is a Monday to Friday role, cooking breakfast and lunch and is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate. The role will suit an enthusiastic Chef with strong experience with Portuguese cuisine. Previous experience within a private home is nonessential. The ideal candidate will display a consistently meticulous skillset and possess a personable attitude.

**Please do not apply for this role if you are not experienced with cooking authentic Portuguese cuisine. Previous experience within a private home is not essential, restaurant backgrounds will be considered. This is an ideal opportunity for a Portuguese chef who would like to move into the private household sector.

Amongst the duties:

  • Cooking Dinner and lunch, Monday to Friday
  • Cooking authentic Portuguese cuisine for a Pro Footballer and family
  • Extensive menu development, creation, and planning
  • Meal related budget management and shopping
  • Using fresh, organic local produce, cooking healthy, delicious meals


Skillset required:

  • Experience within a Portuguese restaurant, or private home with a focus on Portuguese cuisine
  • A personable, friendly attitude
  • A passion for healthy, fresh, organic cooking
  • A background and understanding of nutrition is desired
Benefits and salary: £45,000 - £50,000

 

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I can buy Super Bock, open it, pour it, and make Bifanas every day for £50,000 a year.

Wonder if it's one of our Boys?

Pembury Partners are looking for a Portuguese Chef on behalf of our Pro Footballer Client based in South Manchester. This is a Monday to Friday role, cooking breakfast and lunch and is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate. The role will suit an enthusiastic Chef with strong experience with Portuguese cuisine. Previous experience within a private home is nonessential. The ideal candidate will display a consistently meticulous skillset and possess a personable attitude.

**Please do not apply for this role if you are not experienced with cooking authentic Portuguese cuisine. Previous experience within a private home is not essential, restaurant backgrounds will be considered. This is an ideal opportunity for a Portuguese chef who would like to move into the private household sector.

Amongst the duties:

  • Cooking Dinner and lunch, Monday to Friday
  • Cooking authentic Portuguese cuisine for a Pro Footballer and family
  • Extensive menu development, creation, and planning
  • Meal related budget management and shopping
  • Using fresh, organic local produce, cooking healthy, delicious meals


Skillset required:

  • Experience within a Portuguese restaurant, or private home with a focus on Portuguese cuisine
  • A personable, friendly attitude
  • A passion for healthy, fresh, organic cooking
  • A background and understanding of nutrition is desired
Benefits and salary: £45,000 - £50,000

Maybe Mourinho's coming back!

How difficult is it to open a can of sardines and serve them ten different ways?
 
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