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Wednesday Morning Hoddle Of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur News And Links March 25, 2015

Tottenham Hotspur news and links.

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Happy Wednesday Spursland! Just a reminder, you are not in fact dreaming, Ryan Mason will play for a major national team.  Please travel safe on your respective commutes the pigs are flying around fast and furious out there.

And now the "news"

Home Grown Heroes, Harry Kane a New Breed?-BBC

No, he is just an older some would say long forgotten breed.  Like dogs who's name doesn't end in "doodle" or or singers who sing at their live shows.

Paul Heyward, Talking Sense On The FA's Proposed Rule Changes-Telegraph

Finally (the Rock has come...OK no not really) someone is talking like someone with a reasonable bit or organic matter between their ears.  It's the coaching at the youth level, not forcing teams to try to use more local players who haven't be developed thus making team's less competitive.  And furthermore, the proposed rules would not even accomplish that moronic goal, it would make teams pay more for younger players from overseas which is a pretty dumb bit of business.  If your business is built on investing in 13 year-olds living in a new country that probably don't speak the language I gotta tell you you are wasting your money.

Waiting for the USMNT to Do Anything Encouraging-SB Nation Soccer

This is a play on the title from "Waiting For Godot" right?

Bayern 2015 Chairman Says Green Needs Another Loan-Stars and Stripes FC

Shocking news since he really hasn't gotten anything out of THIS season's loan.  Whatever, he is still 19, Remember Kane at 19?  He was so good he was playing for Millwall, it's early days yet.

Dion Waters Had To Poop-SB Nation

Or he was performing selected scenes from my wrestling practices.  Seriously, high school kids these days are incapable of figuring out how to poop before practice.