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Friday morning Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur news and links for December 20, 2013

Daily Tottenham Hotspur links, today on Baldini raids and Brendan Rodgers' unsolicited opinions.

Michael Regan

Merry Spursday, Spursland! Mr. Roosevelts' laptop remains by all accounts as broken as the hearts of every Spurs fan that was expecting a league finish higher than 13th this season. Thus, once again, I've taken it upon myself to jimmy open the hatch of the CFC writers' office dedicated Hoddle Pod, pick disgustedly though the half-eaten takeaway remnants, empty bourbon bottles and and back-issues of Nuts magazine, and tap out a few words for you lovely people again this morning.

And now the "news"

Tottenham Hotspur Supporters' Trust demand answers from Daniel Levy-

Yes, seriously, this is past a joke now. We've sat on our hands for years as fans and just soaked it up, but now it's time for Levy to speak up and explain what on Earth he was thinking when he made this decision. Carlsberg are going to enjoy exclusive pouring rights at the Lane until 2015?! #LevyOut #PissWeakBeerOut #CarlsbergNotGlory

Baldini to raid his former club Roma in January transfer window-

Feels a little like we're in danger of pjanic-buying.

Brendan Rodgers pleased he didn't become Spurs manager- Guardian

And we in turn are devastated that we missed out on a man of such class and tact.

Chelsea are still favourites for the title- SB Nation

Like my wise old aunt Mildred used to put it: "Chelsea's counterattacking style constructed around a low block and a patient approach to closing out games may not be entertaining to watch but it provides a sustainable guarantee of success across multiple competitions".

Michael Owen blasts decision to buy Marouane Fellaini- Express

This is because David Moyes' decision to buy Marouane Fellaini was standing eight feet to the left of the far post.