Frank Lampard Tells Kids “Lay Off The Junk Food If You Want To Play for England”
Regular readers of Footy-Boots will be aware of our critical, yet fair, stance on Frank Lampard – the Adidas sponsored player who performs miracles in the blue of Chelsea, yet looks lost in an England shirt, but we are pleased to announce some positive news for Frank fans at last!
The Chelsea captain will be taking a break from his Adidas activities to support the School Food Trust in tackling child obesity. Frank is no stranger to weight problems himself, once resembling former Liverpool heavyweight Jan Molby, but recently seems to be sporting a more slender physique. Former salad-dodger Frank said “To play in the Premiership, let alone for England, you need to have a healthy diet.” The star is urging kids to give up junk food for more nutritious school meals if they want to excel in sports and eventually play for their sport at a national and international level.
Frank Lampard is joined by another sportsman famed for his restraint and lack of excess, Andrew Flintoff – fresh from his pedallo adventures in the Carribean! The pair will feature in 100,000 posters sent out to schools in England by the School Food Trust.
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