Happy Friday Spursland. We have a big Hoddle for you today. My apologies about you having to put up with Kevin writing it yesterday but sometimes these things can't be helped. But don't worry, I am back and I will never let the bad man take you away again.
This is by far the most out of control, nonsensical rumor ever. This is Ronaldo to Richmond Kickers ridiculous.
Was Wheeler Dealer Radio everything you hoped it would be? Can you not physically wait for next week's edition? Well, you are in luck because Spooky23 has the first edition of his new podcast up. I haven't had time to listen to it yet, but anything called "The Fighting Cock" has got to be awesome right?
Nothing has changed since the last time you saw this story, it is just rearing its ugly head again, like a weed pulled up from the stem and not the root; it has grown back bigger and stronger than ever.
It's not Spurs related but its still awesome.
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Never have I seen an example of a coach losing his job while being so successful. I understand many Americans have criticisms of Bob; he is inflexible tactically, he plays favorites, he doesn't adjust well during games, and these are all fair criticisms. But he has made the finals of a lot of big tournaments and the US has done pretty damn well for itself in the World Cup. If the US wants to reach the next level in world football then no, Bob Bradley is not the man who can take them there, but he did a great job as national team coach. Happy trails Bobby.
Read this article, just read it! Click the link and look at the words with your eyes!
The Mexican star was sent to hospital after a training injury caused a concussion. This is good news, concussions in football are much talked about in America but this is the first instance I can remember of hearing the word used in English football. Glad to see Sir Alex is taking this seriously.
I honestly cannot decide of the inflated release clauses in these prized Brazilian youngsters have is a good thing or a bad thing. The American part of me thinks it's great . It strengthens the Brazilian league and prevents foreign powers from poaching all the young talent. But on the other hand as a general football fan I don't care about that. I just want to see great games and that means the best in the world playing together and against each other, and that won't happen outside of World Cups if more young stars cannot leave for the big leagues. What do you guys think? Sound off in the comments section.