There’s an image out from Taika Waititi’s football movie, Next Goal Wins:
First look at Michael Fassbender in Taika Waititi’s soccer comedy NEXT GOAL WINS... which he *just* started shooting pic.twitter.com/sdxlzNkEV5— Kyle Buchanan (@kylebuchanan) December 4, 2019
Ramble of the Day
Let’s end the week with a quick question: If you’re on your computer (and heck, even if you’re on your phone web browser), how many tabs do you have open right now? (This includes all windows open.)
I have seven tabs open right now, in two windows. Three are tabs I always have open: my email, Twitter, and Slack. The fourth is an article from The New Yorker that I opened up a few days ago and left as a reminder to actually read it, but haven’t started yet. (Maybe today’s the day!) The fifth is the tab I’m using as I type out another Hoddle. The sixth is my Google doc with all my Hoddle notes.
The seventh is in another window, an incognito window I use for basically my entire Google search history. Currently, the only window in my incognito window is on Wikipedia; I was looking up how to stylize The New Yorker.
This is uncommon, but on my phone, I currently have no tabs open. I usually save articles to read on the train or in a doctor’s office, but I’m fresh out.
tl;dr: How many tabs do you have open on your browser right now? (I have seven in two windows.)
Links of the Day
Macclesfield players will boycott the upcoming game against Crewe over unpaid wages.
Romelu Lukaku and Chris Smalling have condemned Corriere dello Sport after the paper previewed the upcoming Inter-Roma matchup with the headline “Black Friday.”
Marco Silva has been sacked by Everton after a year and a half in the job.
Veracruz has been kicked out of Mexico’s Liga MX after the club’s financial breakdown.
In case you missed it: Andros Townsend wrote for The Players’ Tribune on being labeled a “golden boy,” gambling, and dealing with depression
Today’s longer read: Felix Petty interviews lifelong Tottenham fan and photographer Martin Andersen for a photo essay of Spurs supporters for The Guardian