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A Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur news and links May 30, 2016

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Last week of the football void

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Good morning!

Let's play summer window mad libs.

READ: ___________set for SHOCK exit.

___________ has rocked his employers by putting in a shocking want away request over the weekend. Despite ____________ and ______________ his agent _____________ has declared that his current club no longer suit his ambitions and he looks to leave the once __________ club for greener pastures.

This seems strange after ___________ the club badge in a public display of ____________ just weeks ago. But the _________ change just two days ago has ushered in a new era and things seem to be up in the air.

He scored _________ times this season but was perhaps will be best remembered for __________ the ____________ earlier this year.

And now for the "news":

Ledley thinks we have less to do this summer than our rivals| talkSport

Which is good because I'm telling mostly convinced we're not signing anyone, Cameron Carter-Vickers will be a backup defensive mid, and DeAndre Yedlin will be sold even though he's probably just as good if not better than Kieran Trippier.

Tottenham target Shane Long set for new south coast deal| Mirror

I'd like to think if we're buying a player who will be coming in as one of the two or three oldest outfield players, it would be someone who offers a bit more than Shane Long. Also, I'd be really surprised if our scouts weren't there to watch someone else.

Olympiacos striker kidnapped| SB Nation Soccer

I don't know what it's like to be famous, but when I read about stuff like this, I'm pretty happy I'm not. Good luck, Alan; we hope you get back home soon.

Mo Farah leads list of Champions who won at the Prefontaine Classic| NBC Sports

I love how people most sporting enthusiasts don't know about get to shine on center stage during Olympic years. And the amateur spirit, void of cynicism or greed--it's just so pure.

Seriously, though, I like the Olympics.