'Are the Brits ok?' – Fans divided over £4.50 fish finger baguette full of tartar sauce on sale at non-league ground

FOOTBALL fans are split on whether a fish finger baguette DRENCHED in tartare sauce is a suitable half-time refreshment.

Histon FC supporter Andy Clarke took a photo of the cold baguette containing three fish fingers on a bed of lettuce.

Red onion was also added – as well as lashings of tartare sauce.

Posting the delicacy on Twitter, Clarke wrote: "Histon against 2nd in the league but fell to a 2nd half Halesowen goal, and remain bottom of the league.

"Food is always a positive though!"

The post was reshared on Twitter page Footy Scran, which has 64,000 followers, where it attracted dozens of comments from foodies with mixed reactions.

The huge sarnie costs just £4.50 at the non-league Cambridgeshire club.

One foreign footie fan posted: "Are the Brits ok?"

And Raj Bothal also wasn't a fan, commenting: "In a baguette? What the hell. Fish finger sandwiches should be in bread only."

The bread was the main problem for many, with 'undercooked', 'raw' and 'part-baked' some of the criticisms.

Christopher Haslet said he WOULD eat it, but with his 'eyes closed'.

Another fan even threatened to 'ring the police to report a crime'.

But many thought the offering was a thing of beauty.

James Chivers described it as 'beautiful' and said he will 'be having it Boxing Day'.

And Histon might have to cater for some more fans, with many saying they will travel to Bridge Road Stadium to feast on the fish.

Greg Walton said that he was 'down with this', while James Gibbs wanted to point out that the club 'do a fantastic burger too'.

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