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The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur news and links for Wednesday, November 20

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Feelings, we’ve got them

Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal - Barclays FA Women’s Super League Photo by Tottenham Hotspur FC/Tottenham Hotspur FC via Getty Images

Hello, Hoddlers.

You might not be reading this, but above is midfielder Josie Green. She joined Spurs in 2016.

Ramble of the Day

A little bit of regularly scheduled programming is still here, above and below. In between, though, I’m not going to share much. As I write this, I’m still digesting my own feelings about Mauricio Pochettino leaving Tottenham, and I imagine many of you are, too.

Anyway, today I’ll just let everyone be in their feelings. It’s the only appropriate way to go about things, and I imagine you have a lot considering the flurry of news in reaction to the original news item. As always, don’t go around hurting anyone else’s feelings, but feel free to share yours.

Don’t forget - we have a sad songs playlist, whose name went from ¿poch out? to just poch out yesterday. It made for good background noise for me yesterday. (Link if you’re on Apple News and can’t see the embedded playlist below.)

tl;dr: Share your feelings, and feel free to accompany it with some sad songs.

Links of the Day

Qatar will use cruise ships as “floating hotels” to accommodate visitors for the 2022 World Cup.

Australia and New Zealand are considering a joint bid to host the 2023 World Cup.

Diego Maradona has resigned from his post as manager of Gimnasia after two months in charge.

Members of the World Cup winning U.S. team will appear on the series finale of CBS drama Madam Secretary.

Today’s longer read: Phil Dawkes on Fred Spikesly, “the most interesting footballer you’ve never heard of,” for the BBC