Happy Friday, Spursland! So it is a day later and we have all had some time to reflect on what the departure of "The Harry One" (as I have thought to dub him a bit too late) will mean for the team, and for us fans. And I think that no matter where you fall on the spectrum of happy or sad we can all agree that right now this sums it up.
And now the "news"
You hear that, world? Harry is taking on all comers, which is I guess is what you do when you realize that you just quit a really good job and all of the other top club gigs in that country have been taken already. He may not be ours anymore, but is still very, very Harry.
Paging Mr. Levy. Paging Mr. Levy.
In short, it is about to go crazy time in North London.
What's happening around SB Nation after the jump
This post is a revelation to me for two reasons: 1) It really puts all our bitching about not making the Champion's League into perspective and shows how the other half of football fans live. 2) We have boxes to tick and they are "young, new and vibrant." Do any of those describe our most recent successful managers? It doesn't describe Harry.
Everybody run its Mongo (NSFW).
The first in a two part examination of what is best for David Moyes' future. Is it just me or is it bizarre to be the center of the football world for something positive? I know the Euros are going on, but when it comes to transfer news it is awesome for once to be the team receiving the much touted new guy rather than losing him. Oh wait, I forgot Luka Modric still exists.