Let’s start the week with Tottenham’s goalkeeper coach Nuno Santo, and now another kit.
Ramble of the Day
Today’s a holiday, which would normally mean I expect less attendance, but considering most of us are staying indoors, I really have no idea. Regardless, I will take the easy road today and will drop a months old video Tottenham posted on YouTube.
Before you consider it, I must share that the video is almost 20 minutes long but I stumbled upon this video a couple of weeks ago and I found it to be quickly gripping and pretty entertaining overall.
It helps that, in general, Spurs players tend to be interesting during Spurs TV challenges and other such video content and this particular quartet — Dele, Hugo Lloris, Lucas Moura, and Son Heung-min — delivers. (It’s probably predictable who does well and who doesn’t, which might be a slightly bold claim, but I’ll stick to it.) It also helps that the people producing this type of content tend to be pretty good at their work — the players participate in a game of footgolf that serves as a unique tour of the new stadium, and there’s commentary that’s fairly amusing. All the pieces make it an easy 20 minutes to get through, all told, so enjoy it if you choose to!
tl;dr: I got lazy, so here’s a 20 minutes Spurs video from a few months ago. (It’s good, I promise!)
Links of the Day
- Four tested positive for COVID-19 after a round of tests in the Premier League and Championship, including one Bournemouth player and two at Hull.
- Liga MX canceled its 2020 Clausura season, while La Liga has permission to return June 8 from the Spanish government.
- Four Sevilla players were spotted breaking social distancing rules.
- Arsenal will refund those who bought tickets to the home matches that would have closed out the 2019-20 season.
Former Inter manager Luigi Simoni died aged 81.
OL Reign signed Japanese forward Yuka Momiki from Nippon TV Beleza.
Mario Götze will leave Borussia Dortmund at the end of the 2019-20 season.
Today’s longer read: Sid Lowe interviews Málaga groundskeeper Andrés Perales on working for the club for 54 years and living at the club’s stadium, La Rosaleda for ESPN