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The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur news and links for Thursday, July 11

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A pizza debate.

Totenham Hotspur Pre-Season Training Session Photo by Tottenham Hotspur FC/Tottenham Hotspur FC via Getty Images

Hi, all!

Going on a trip and then dedicating myself to World Cup rambles means I have so many topics waiting to be rambled about. That’s funny, considering today’s topic is something I only decided to ramble about yesterday afternoon.

Ramble of the Day

My wonderful older sister, who is “always happy to supply the Hoddle topics,” shared a tweet with me yesterday afternoon, which I will now share with you.

I will save you the click and tell you that a chain restaurant called Villa Italian Kitchen is selling just pizza crusts as a new menu item. I’ve never heard of Villa Italian Kitchen, but that’s not really what I’m here to discuss. What I’d like to know is: are you one of the people for whom pizza crust is a dream, per the tweet, or a nightmare?

I’m firmly on team dream. Pizza crust is a true delight; crunchy and airy and such a wonderful use of carbohydrates. It serves as a lovely follow-up to the cheesy delight that is the majority of the pizza as perfectly simple bread.

Looking forward to discovering who my friends and enemies are in the comments.

tl;dr: Pizza crust is awesome.

Links of the Day

German side Bochum has opened up an investigation after Jordi Osei-Tutu said he was racially abused in a preseason friendly against St. Gallen.

Concacaf has a new men’s World Cup qualifying format.

Daniel Sturridge’s missing dog has been found, safe and sound.

The Guardian has summarized this year’s Copa América in pictures.

Transfer updates: Wolverhampton has signed Tsun Dai from Oxford United

Today’s longer read: several Guardian writers recap the women’s World Cup through their favorite moments on and off the pitch and biggest disappointments