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Thursday Morning Hoddle Of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur News And Links For July 28, 2011

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VALENCIA, SPAIN - APRIL 10:  Juan Mata of Valencia looks on during the La Liga match between Valencia and Villarreal at Estadio Mestalla on April 10, 2011 in Valencia, Spain.  Valencia won 5-0.  (Photo by Manuel Queimadelos Alonso/Getty Images)
VALENCIA, SPAIN - APRIL 10: Juan Mata of Valencia looks on during the La Liga match between Valencia and Villarreal at Estadio Mestalla on April 10, 2011 in Valencia, Spain. Valencia won 5-0. (Photo by Manuel Queimadelos Alonso/Getty Images)
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Hey kids, it's Thursday and I'm filling in on the Hoddle Of Coffee today. Your regular man of mystery theroosevelts watched way too much shady internet pornography on his laptop and got a virus. His computer doesn't work right now, so that's why I'm here. Ya se armo!

And now the "news"

Inter To Include Four Players In Deal For Gareth Bale | Forza Italian Football

/dismissive wanking motion

Tottenham want Blackburn Rovers' Christopher Samba | Daily Mail

Apparently for £15 million. Barf.

Arsenal and Spurs Both Bid £17.5m for Spanish Superstar | Sportsvibe

Either this is fake or we're just screwing with Arsene. Aside: I read every piece of Spurs junk on the internet every day and Sportsvibe has the highest concentration of nonsense.

Should we let young Harry Kane the Premiership? | Vital Football Spurs

First of all, that headline isn't a sentence. Second of all, I can't tell if this article is sarcastic or not. I deduct infinity million points from Gryffindor.

What's going on around SB Nation after the jump

Niall Quinn's Return, Five Years On: Survival | Roker Report

Some of the series that they have running at Roker Report are absolute mustard. This one is no exception. A long read, but worth it.

Transfer Thoughts: What Does The Sergio Aguero Deal Mean For Chelsea? | We Ain't Got No History

OOH A DIVERSION!

A Tale Of Two Contrasting Teams And Two Contrasting Managers | SBNation.com

A fantastic piece from Eliot Rothwell on the UEFA Champions League qualifier between Rubin Kazan and Dynamo Kiev. I watched the match, and Rubin got their tactics spot on to win 2-0 on the road.