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How to refuel at half-time FEATURED ARTICLE:

How to refuel at half-time

The Hull City wide man on what to eat at half-time to fuel your second half

  • Five-star fuel

    Five-star fuel

    It’s tricky knowing what you should scoff before your post-work five-a-side, so let FFT help

  • Get the most from your roast

    Get the most from your roast

    For the ultimate Sunday indulgence that won’t affect your game, follow FFT’s simple formula: meat, carbs, two sides and any three veg. Just mix and match as you see fit

  • Cocktails for success

    Cocktails for success

    Another long season is over. It’s time to look back on your achievements and prepare to do it all again – here are six fruity fusions to help you drink to that...

  • Appraise your game

    Appraise your game

    The final whistle on your campaign has blown. Now: time for reflection. Was it a success or a failure? Did you give it your all? Assess your season and find out what you must do to improve

  • Feed your engine

    Feed your engine

    Barça and Spain’s tireless full-back, Jordi Alba, 
on optimising performance with the food 
on your plate

  • Get your season off to a flier

    Get your season off to a flier

    Make sure you're ready to hit the ground running with some cerebral training from West Brom's peak performance coach, Tom Bates

  • Fuel for 5-a-side

    Fuel for 5-a-side

    Use this diet plan to charge your body up for the small-sided game

  • “Make mine a pint of pure performance”

    “Make mine a pint of pure performance”

    Scientists have found that a post-match beer can aid recovery – as long as it’s low on alcohol. We asked Tim Hampson, author of The Beer Book, what to order. And they’re not bad, either...

  • The Brazilian buffet

    The Brazilian buffet

    Even if you can’t play like one, you can eat like a samba star thanks to this all-day feast laid on by PSG’s Lucas Moura

  • Your home, your fortress

    Your home, your fortress

    The game never changes – kick the ball in the opposition’s goal and stop them scoring in yours. So why are teams so much better when playing on their own patch? FFT investigates…