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Thursday Morning Community Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham News and Links May 16, 2013

theroosevelts is probably sleeping off his hangover in a ditch somewhere this morning, so you're on your own.

Laurence Griffiths

I'm just going out on a limb here, but I'm assuming that there's no Hoddle today because theroosevelts is completely hammered. Hope betraying your CFC constituency was worth it, theroosevelts.

Stumble on any interesting Spurs stories? Sports stories in general? A good Onion article? Whatever. Drop it in the comments and I'll update this post as we go. Here at CFC, we're all about delegating, and since teddyfranklin couldn't be bothered today, I'm putting it on you to do his job.


David Villa to Spurs? |

The aging Barca striker is available. Do we want him? How much would you pay for him? He's a brilliant player, but he's struggled at Barcelona with injury and inconsistency.

One Direction Star in bust up with Spurs stars at nightclub | The Mirror

I'm pretty sure One Direction are like N'Sync, or something? I don't know. I thought they were Justin Beiber's age, and not old enough to go to clubs. More importantly, what the !@#$ are Lennon, Huddlestone, and Walker doing in a nightclub before the biggest game of the season? I can understand Jake Livermore needing a drink to drown the sorrows of never getting off the bench, but the rest of those guys should be concerned about beating PDC's fascist army on Sunday. I am disappoint.

Andros Townsend is good at football | Teamtalk

This guy tells us what we already know: Andros Townsend is a boss. Townsend's been awesome at QPR and will be even awesomer for Spurs next season.

David Beckham retires | ESPN

After retiring from competitive football to go play in MLS, David Beckham unretired for one last paycheck at PSG. He's now announced that he's retiring again, this time for realsies. Now that Fergie's retired too, I like to think of them growing old together in rocking chairs on a front porch somewhere.

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