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Friday Morning Hoddle Of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur News And Links for February 27, 2015

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Tottenham Hotspur news and links for your Friday.

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Happy Friday Spursland! Gents, ladies, llamas, lend me your livers, because I thoroughly abused mine after watching that grassy horse turd of a game yesterday.  #rimshot

But on to something serious folks, I think we as a supporter community have come to the time when we need to make a change regarding Roberto Soldado.  He has been an unmitigated flop, nobody can question that.  Considering what he was before he got here, and how much he cost he has been absolute shambles.  Nobody can argue otherwise.  You know what else can't be argued otherwise?  That the fans have been astoundingly supportive.  It's been incredible how the fans in the stands have not turned on him.

But that g*****n pass was a bridge to far for me.  Look at that thing, even the keeper's body language says "oh you chaps beat me, I'm really just going through the motions on this" and then bam – ball right to him.  I can't take it anymore.  He is no longer my Bobby Soldier, he is from now until he turns it around, simply "fart smell".

And now the "news"

Poche Has No Regrets Over Europa Exit-Guardian

I wonder if anyone will revisit this comment if we lose on Sunday?

Lloris To Win Battle To Start At Wembley-Telegraph

I would have never guessed this.

Liverpool Fans Are Really Pissed At Dunkin' Donuts-SB Nation Soccer

I get that the memorial is a sensitive thing, however they also covered up like you know ALL the Liverpool stuff, basically they made an entirely new crest for themselves that's kinda shaped like the Liverpool badge.  I really don't think this is a big deal.

Fan Trouble Overshadows Goals In Europa League-SB Nation Soccer

Also overshadowing goals is Fart Smell's ability to find new and interesting ways to undermine each and every fan's belief in him.

How Gareth Bale is Helping Madrid Find Equalibrium-Managing Madrid

Answer: he can do everything.