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The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur news and links for Friday, January 18

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Hi, Hoddlers!

No, YOU listened to a sad song because Mousa Dembele is officially gone.

Ramble of the Day

A couple of weeks ago, I was at the movies and saw a trailer for the movie Arctic, starring Mads Mikkelsen. It’s about a man who is stranded in the arctic after a plane crash and has to decide to either stay in a camp or go outside in order to survive and save a young woman.

It looks a little scary, and that makes me want to watch it. The other day, I saw someone tweet an article about this movie, but it wasn’t a review or anything like that. Apparently, there’s another Mads Mikkelsen movie involving him getting stuck in the snow and having to save a woman. It’s called Polar.

Marissa Martinelli at Slate went to the effort to differentiate them. In one, he’s a serial killer! In one, he has a beard and he doesn’t in the other! Vanessa Hudgens is in one of them! I didn’t go back and read the article, so I have no idea what happens in which movie! For all I know, I could be describing one movie and not both!

The fun thing is that both of them come out within a week of each other. Polar’s on Netflix on January 25, and Arctic hits theaters on February 1. Maybe I’ll watch them back-to-back one day, like I watched A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding and The Princess Switch back-to-back before Christmas. (They are also essentially the same film, and one of them also has Vanessa Hudgens in it.)

I’ll definitely report back if I do this, or at least tweet about this.

tl;dr: Is Mads Mikkelsen being typecast?

Links of the Day

Ahmed Husein, a journalist that broke the story about corruption in Ghanian football, was shot dead on Wednesday.

Huddersfield sporting director Olaf Rebbe has left the club following David Wagner’s exit.

Liverpool’s Andy Robertson has signed a new contract, keeping him at the club until 2024.

Today’s longer read: Gary Parkinson on the choice between violating Financial Fair Play and relegation England’s lower league teams face for FourFourTwo