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Wednesday morning Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur news and links for September 16, 2015

On Azerbaijan, Erik Lamela, sleep problems and awful teachers.

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Happy Wednesday, Spursland. We play Qarabag from Azerbaijan tomorrow, and we actually managed to find someone who supports them to talk to about the game. Amazing scenes. It's incredible, Geoff.

Have you ever slowly realized that you're staying up later than you want, waking up later than you want, ignoring the problem, until suddenly you can't fall asleep until 2 a.m. and you're wondering what the hell happened to the person who used to go to bed by 11 p.m. and wake up by 7 a.m.? Because this happens to me frequently. Is there a good way to correct this other than doing an all nighter so you pass out at like 9 p.m. the next day? And by a good way, I mean one that doesn't involve drugs? Because I'm not about that drugs life.

With that, here's the "news."

Three Point Pain | Dear Mr. Levy

Spooky remains unconvinced.

Mauricio Pochettino says this is a key season for Erik Lamela | BBC

"We believe we can develop his game and I think we need to be patient with him." Yes, but this is year three of The Erik Lamela Experience. Despite the assist last weekend, lots of people are all out of patience.

Dick Advocaat doesn't really know much about DeAndre Yedlin | ESPN FC


Chelsea trying to get Wembley all to themselves | We Ain't Got No History

And they'll pull it off. Stadium MK for us!

Luke Shaw has a broken leg | The Busby Babe

Awful, awful news.

9th grader arrested for bringing a homemade clock to school |

I'm sharing this because it's the big story of the day and I trust y'all to be responsible in discussing it. Don't say "why is everything always about race?!?" or anything like it because you'll get banned, k?

Finally, we close with Fallon d'Floor nominee Sergio Ramos.

Credit: user gosserbeer on r/soccer