Welcome to a new feature on the site, the Morning Hoddle Of Coffee, named for the giant things of coffee that you get at IHOP, as well as Spurs legend Glenn Hoddle. Every single morning, we'll be doing a round-up of links and news regarding Tottenham Hotspur, as well as linking you to some of the work that the other fine bloggers at SB Nation are doing. Normally, this post will be assembled by a man that Cartilage Free Captain's members should all be aware of, theroosevelts. This post will be out for the UK morning, and if you're in the United States, it will be right there and relevant every morning when you get to your desk.
We've won four times in 99 years at Anfield. As all of you know, one of those wins came this weekend. Dear Mr. Levy recaps the match and also takes a nice little dig at West Ham.
Chiming in with their match report is the wonderful You'll Win Nothing With Yids.
Ledley King was delighted he made the decision to play his first game since October in Sunday’s win at Liverpool.
This isn't Spurs-only, but one of the five things that we learned is that Ledley King can still hack it in the big time.
After a controversial decision by Howard Webb in Liverpool's match against Tottenham Hotspur, Kenny Dalglish said he was disappointed that referees do not have to explain their judgments.
Rafael van der Vaart insisted failure to qualify for the Champions League would not tempt him away from White Hart Lane.
Around SB Nation
We take a trip down memory-lane and look at the competent and dependable Andy Melville as this week's Cult Hero.
SB Nation was one of the first media outlets to get their hands on the new adiPower Predator. Here's what we thought of it.
The Busby Babe looks into the role and future of Park Ji-Sung.
Alan Pardew has £35 million (give or take) to spend this summer. Who are the strikers rumored to be targeted by Newcastle during the transfer window?
That's all for today, we hope you like the new feature. Our good buddy theroosevelts takes over tomorrow, wish him luck!