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The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur news and links for Thursday, November 28

A Thanksgiving question

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Hi, Hoddlers!

Above we have forward Lucia Leon, a native of Spain who joined the club in 2018, and winger Gemma Davison, who signed for Spurs this year.

Ramble of the Day

I’m aware that many American-based Hoddlers will be out of the Hoddle and out enjoying Thanksgiving, and to them, I hope the day is a great one. I know there are a lot of Hoddlers from outside the States still left, though, so for those of you, I have a question: If you could try anything from what you perceive to be a list of Thanksgiving dishes, which would you pick?

I actually have no ability to answer the question as a lifelong Thanksgiving celebrator, but you have a ton of options. Turkey remains the most well-known Thanksgiving dish, but there are a wide variety of sides — conventional and otherwise. There’s always dessert, too, and again a variety there.

If you have celebrated Thanksgiving and want to morph the question a bit: What’s your favorite Thanksgiving dish? Mine changes every year, but I think I’ll opt for my older sister’s onion, pepper, and cheese biscuits.

tl;dr: For those who haven’t celebrated Thanksgiving, if you could try one Thanksgiving dish, which would it be?

Links of the Day

Jurgen Klinsmann will manage Hertha Berlin until the end of the season.

Spain manager Luis Enrique said he fired Robert Moreno as his assistant because he was “disloyal.”

City Football Group has sold a 10% stake to an American private equity firm for £389.4 million.

Today’s longer read: Samantha Lewis on the sustainability of the informal relationship between the NWSL and W-League as European leagues receive increased investment for The Guardian