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The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur news and links for Monday, March 2

A quick pick me up

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Hello, everyone!

The women’s team is off until March 15, so we’re stuck with the men until then, who haven’t always proved to be a source of joy in recent times! Anyway, let’s give it up for head of first team performance, Carlos Lalin, who is at the top of the Hoddle today.

Ramble of the Day

I had anticipated sharing a video of Son Heung-min lip-syncing a song as a method to provide a little cheer in these not-so-fun Tottenham times. I saw it on Saturday and saved it so I could easily access it when I did the Hoddle yesterday night. Like we discussed, though, we’re in the not-so-fun Tottenham times, so when I clicked on the link, I found a deleted tweet.

I grumbled, wondering what I’d do for a ramble since I didn’t want to expend much energy on this ramble; you’re not reading it, instead taking to the comments after another rough weekend. My younger sister saved the day, though — she fairly quickly found the longer version of a video that has Son being just as charming as we know him to be.

Take a moment to watch it and maybe you’ll just forget the pain for that moment, or maybe it will hurt more because Son’s injured and that really sucks! Perhaps you’ll just be wondering if he’s giving the hairstylist a tiny bit of a tough time by moving around, but she seems to be handling it fine. (They’re probably used to it.) It’s worth the risk on my end, I figured!

tl;dr: Look! It’s Son Heung-min lip-syncing a song!

Links of the Day

Leeds’s Kiko Casilla received an eight match ban and a £60k fine for racially abusing Charlton’s Jonathan Leko in September.

Clubs will be limited to eight international loans a season beginning in 2022.

Two Bundesliga matches were halted over the weekend after supporters protested Hoffenheim owner Dietmar Hopp.

Serie A and Swiss Super League matches were canceled over the weekend as the coronavirus outbreak continues.

Today’s longer read: Geneva Abdul interviews the Netherlands’ Vivianne Miedma on her journey as an exciting youngster who fully realized her potential, setting scoring records in the process for The New York Times