MAN v FAT Newsround 11/8/2017

Welcome to our weekly news roundup, where we’ll celebrate your progress, bring you news from the MAN v FAT football leagues plus keep you up to date with all the latest goings-on in the world of weight loss, fitness and food. 


  • The Weston-super-Mare league is now three weeks in and players have lost a combined total of 300kg, with 16 players losing 5% of their body weight. MAN v FAT Football coach Roger Smith said: “The lads have done an amazing job there so far with a great spirit within the league. They have started the league with an incredible attitude to both their individual and collective weight loss, and the results shown are a testament to the focus they have. It’s also obvious that they are hungry (no pun intended) for as much information as possible to continue driving the whole league forward and I really look forward to watching their progress.”
  • An inspiring story this week from player Paul Blunn, who has lost over 10kg in just eight weeks. Paul, who plays for 17 Stone Roses in the Manchester league, said: “I never saw myself doing weight loss schemes or ‘being on a diet’, it just didn’t appeal to me, but combining the same principles with exercise and especially football is the genius of it.” You can read his story over on the forum.

  • For members of our leagues who are itching to square up against teams from other parts of the UK, MAN v FAT Football will be returning to St George’s Park this December for an inter-league tournament open to all players who achieve 5% body weight loss in seasons leading up to it. 




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From the forum

  1. thank you @admin for mentioning me, and to be honest the guys are the ones who deserve the mention over myself, I am totally and utterly blessed and feel so honoured to have met my friends.

    but the generosity from the guys and some other people who also donated to my cause, included shan and I think roger mentioned someone else.

    but man v fat is one a community and 2 a family

    hope to many more memorable memories

  2. admin says:

    Completely agree Khyle - the key for me and we see this across the leagues and the website is that it’s all about men helping men. We’re all there to sort out our weight and get healthier, for whatever reason that’s important to each of us. Beyond that though we can see that it’s about us helping other men to achieve that goal for themselves too. It definitely is a community. Really glad you had a good birthday mate and congratulations on the weight loss. God bless!

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