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England Squad to bring Manchester United Chef to Hyderabad for Test Match over spice preferences-Telangana Today

England are set to face India in a five-match Test series scheduled from January to March next year.

Published date – January 16, 2024, 02:51 pm


England took the Manchester United chef to Hyderabad for a trial match because of his love of spices


Hyderabad: England are set to face India in a five-match Test series scheduled from January to March next year. The cricket match begins in Hyderabad on January 25, marking the start of the series for both the teams. The England squad, in preparation for the tour, is expected to include Manchester United chef Omar Meziane, who will join them in Hyderabad ahead of the first Test.

Meziane’s role will primarily focus on ensuring the nutritional needs of the players are met on tour. The decision to bring their own chef was seen as a precautionary measure, due to concerns that the players could fall ill during the seven-week tour.


According to a report from The Telegraph, England are emphasizing the importance of nutritious meals for players, regardless of their individual dietary preferences.

“England insists they have nothing to do with a lack of confidence in providing clean facilities but are instead ensuring players, especially those who refuse to eat spicy food, are eating good meals. eat nutritiously instead of filling up on energy bars and pizza,” the publication reported.

Hailing from Morocco, chef Meziane boasts a two-decade career in the culinary industry. His journey into sports began in 2009, establishing relationships with various teams in England, including cricket, rugby, soccer and rowing. Notably, he went with the cricket team to Pakistan in December 2022.

The itinerary of the Test series includes matches in Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, Rajkot and Ranchi, with the final Test scheduled to take place in Dharamsala.

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