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Do Bluebirds drink alcohol-free beer?

Do Bluebirds drink alcohol-free beer?

This month, we’ve been trying to convince Cardiff City supporters that alcohol-free beer is worth a shot Beer and football has to be one of the most powerful partnerships of our time. A pint or two before the game, a swift one during the break. And when the final whistle blows, it’s decision time: turn ...

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What football needs is more alcohol – Part 2

What football needs is more alcohol – Part 2

  Just in case you thought Budweiser were only interested in professional football, the AB InBev brand have announced that they want to “capture the magic of the Sunday league game, and elevate amateur star players to an almost professional status”. They’re asking part-time players to send in videos of the goals they’ve scored. With ...

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Know the score: Drink less, enjoy more

Know the score: Drink less, enjoy more

There’s a simple message going out anyone planning on enjoying the 6 Nations rugby starting this week:  Drink less, enjoy more South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner, Alun Michael has highlighted how overdoing it on the booze can lead to a bad night for you, your mates, and the emergency services who pick up the ...

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Clearly, what football needs is more alcohol

Clearly, what football needs is more alcohol

Just in case you thought there wasn’t enough alcohol marketing sloshing around the Beautiful Game, sports radio station talkSPORT has announced that “Carlsberg is set to further its football credentials” with a competition to find a new commentator from amongst the fans. The winner of this “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” will join talkSPORT’s commentary team at a Premier League game ...

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Gary Lineker speaks out on alcohol sponsorship of sport

Gary Lineker speaks out on alcohol sponsorship of sport

Just few months after David Beckham signed up to promote Diageo’s Hague Club whisky, another former England great has expressed serious misgivings mixing sport and alcohol. In an interview in GQ magazine, Gary Linker was asked by former Labour spin-doctor Alastair Campbell where he stood on alcohol sponsorship of sport. The former player and pundit had ...

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