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Wednesday Morning Hoddle Of Coffee:Tottenham Hotspur News And Links For June 15, 2011

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SEATTLE - MAY 28:  Giovanni dos Santos #10 of Mexico receives a pass against Ecuador at Qwest Field on May 28, 2011 in Seattle, Washington. Mexico and Ecuador played to a 1-1 tie. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
SEATTLE - MAY 28: Giovanni dos Santos #10 of Mexico receives a pass against Ecuador at Qwest Field on May 28, 2011 in Seattle, Washington. Mexico and Ecuador played to a 1-1 tie. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
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Good Wednesday morning comrades.  I can feel it, something is about to happen.  We are going to sign somebody, somebody we need, somebody with growth potential, not a 30 year old overrated englishman.  Then again I have been living on easy mac and drinking soda by the two liter for three days, so what do I know.

And now news that isn't all bad!

Steven Caulker Wants Swansea Loan-Sky Sports

Sucks to be you Norwich.

Sevilla Aims To Sign Dos Santos From Spurs-Goal.com

If this is true, somebody get Kevin a bottle of scotch and something  to wipe away the tears.

Spurs Linked To Adebayor Swoop-Give Me Football

No No No No! I want no part of this guy. There is a reason why wherever he goes he pisses everybody off . And he costs more than some country's gross national product. Even for 14 million pounds, I'll pay you to keep him.

Why We Don't Need Scott Parker-Dear Mr Levy

Another title could be, "let me explain this to you idiots that think this is still a good idea".

If You Are Having A Bad Day At Least You Aren't This Guy-The Spoiler

Grounds for disownment? I think so.

What's happening around SB Nation after the jump

Zach Woolsey Goes Bald For A Cause-SB Nation Soccer

He seems like a nice fella.

The Phil Jones Signing, An Analysis-The Busby Babe

I wonder what it feels like to actually make a move during the transfer window, so does Daniel Levy.

Leave Hughton Be!-Cottagers Confidential

Cottagers Confidential pleads for stability.