Happy Friday Spursland! It's almost here! The North London Derby is just two days away, the nailbitenest day of the year. This one Is gonna be rough, as they always are, but this year, no Nasri, no Fabregas and we have Luka looking right. What I am trying to say is, it's totally on.
And now the "news"
Spurs Looking To Ink Co-Op Deal With Ecuadorian Club-Sky Sports.
As part of the deal Spurs would pick six of the best teenagers signed to the club to take on trial in England. Spurs currently Have Cooperation deals with TOT-Cat FC (Thailand), San Jose Earthquakes (MLS), Super Sport United (South Africa), and Internacional (Brazil), who aparently haven't realized this yet since they are constantly such douchebags to us.
So did all of us after that first goal. Except for Kevin McCauley who welcomed it in like an old friend, and bathed it in the warm of his crazy person laughter.
Levy To Continue Olympic Stadium Legal Battle-The Guardian
This isn't all that shocking. Despite yesterdays news of such a generous offer from the Greater London Authority and the Haringey Council to shave £17 million off of the clubs plan to build the Northumberland Development Project by lowering the amout the club would need to commit to improve public works in the area, Daniel Levy will continue this embarassing legal slap fight over a stadium that we surly won't be awarded.
Whats happening around SB Nation after the Jump
Kyle Beckerman Headbutts Opposing Player, Continues To Have Terrible Hair-SB Nation Soccer
I always loved the way Kyle Beckerman plays, and generally kind of thought of him as a lovable hippie. I was wrong. He is apparently a huge dick. Enjoy that expected 10 match ban while your team fights for the Supporters Shield. Douche
Klinsman Announces USMNT Call Ups For October Frienldies-SB Nation Soccer
Somehow Demarcus Beasley, who I believe is 57 years old still made the cut. Jurgen sucks.
Dimitar Berbatov And Carlos Tevez: The Beautiful And The Damned-SB Nation Soccer
This is a MUST read. Does it shower a little too much praise on Berba for being such a team player who does whatever is asked of him? Yes, but it also points out an obvious fact: watching Berbatov play is a joy, it is criminal that he is on the bench. The article doesn't actually mention Carlos Tevez all that much. It's still awesome so read it.