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Community Hoddle of Coffee for Thursday, Sept. 8

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The ayes have it. Except for Jake’s laptop.

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It’s 11:00 p.m. on Wednesday night as I type this, and I just got word that Jake’s laptop is still missing its eyes. Or “i’s,” maybe. That probably makes more sense. At any rate, good ol’ Jake-o is without his trusty keyboard and asked me to throw up a Community Hoddle of Coffee for all of y’all.

In the meantime, I want to ask you a question to kick-start discussion: where do you see Moussa Sissoko playing for Tottenham? There’s been much discussion on the internets about whether Moussa’s best position is further back in the pivot, possibly as a Mousa Dembele rotation option or replacement, or if he’s going to be utilized further up the pitch in the forward attacking band, possibly deputizing for Erik Lamela against Stoke. I have been arguing for the pivot. Most of what I’m reading hints that if he plays, it’ll be in the attacking band. Where do you see Sissoko for Spurs, and why?


Let’s get your day started with a few links. (Patience, there’s a Wembley article in the schedule queue.)

As a follow-up to yesterday’s NFL story, there’s also a possibility now that New White Hart Lane could host both a Spurs match and an NFL game on the same day. Which sounds crazy -- can the transit handle so many fans?

Our Manchester City sister site wonders if maybe this weekend’s Manchester derby isn’t all what it’s cracked up to be.

Kevin McCauley hypothesizes that Christian Pulisic might just be USA’s best attacking player. And he’s 17.