For everything that is crippling and debilitating about stress, it can do wonders for your appetite, and nothing sweeps away the cobwebs of a bad day quite like thrusting your face into a big chocolate cake, and shout-eating (the practice of eating whilst shouting) until the inner pain disappears.

Seriously, try it out. You’ll never look back.

One man who may yet prove to be practiced in the art of shout-eating is Rafa Benitez, who – according to the Romanian press – has become rather bulbous over the years.

Of course, no one in England has really noticed, mainly because gradual weight gain is often hard to spot.

Everyone’s been there, waiting to reunite with an old friend after five years apart, only to be confronted with a “funny mirror” version of your pal – their head doubled in size, their stomach pregnant, but with food, not children. What happened to them?

Anyway, one such Romanian journalist – speaking at a press conference on the eve of tonight’s match against Unirea Urziceni -experienced just that very sensation on seeing Benitez for the first time since the 2005 Champions League final.

“Mr Benitez, the last time I saw you was at the 2005 Champions’ League final, and your, erm, silhouette seems to have changed since then. Why is that?”

“It is the stress of having to answer so many questions from the press. Thank you and goodnight.”

Yep, he’s shout-eating alright.

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“Stomach’s pretty flat… where can I get me one of those?”

For everything that is crippling and debilitating about stress, it can do wonders for your appetite, and nothing sweeps away the cobwebs of a bad day quite like thrusting your face into a big chocolate cake, and shout-eating (the practice of eating whilst shouting) until the inner pain disappears.

Seriously, try it out. You’ll never look back.

One man who may yet prove to be practiced in the art of shout-eating is Rafa Benitez, who – according to the Romanian press – has become rather bulbous over the years.

Of course, no one in England has really noticed, mainly because gradual weight gain is often hard to spot.

Everyone’s been there, waiting to reunite with an old friend after five years apart, only to be confronted with a “funny mirror” version of your pal – their head doubled in size, their stomach pregnant, but with food, not children. What happened to them?

Anyway, one such Romanian journalist – speaking at a press conference on the eve of tonight’s match against Unirea Urziceni -experienced just that very sensation on seeing Benitez for the first time since the 2005 Champions League final.

“Mr Benitez, the last time I saw you was at the 2005 Champions’ League final, and your, erm, silhouette seems to have changed since then. Why is that?”

“It is the stress of having to answer so many questions from the press. Thank you and goodnight.”

Yep, he’s shout-eating alright.

Read the article on The Spoiler

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