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The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur news and links for Friday, January 1

Larry, I’m on DuckTales

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Hello, all!

Happy new year! Here’s hoping 2021 isn’t so bad.

Ramble of the Day

Let’s start the year and cap the week with a low effort ramble with a moderate amount of entertainment. Once, Larry King decided to ask comedian Danny Pudi if he had a luxury he couldn’t live without. We quickly find out this was probably not a great question.

I completely understand where Pudi is coming from when it comes to thinking of great coffee as a luxury, but I also don’t have as much money as Pudi so maybe there’s no reason for me to relate. Anyway, King has much loftier ideas for luxuries, like a private plane. Why would Pudi have a private plane? As he put it:

Larry, I’m on DuckTales.

tl;dr: Happy new year! Here’s a video of Danny Pudi telling Larry King he doesn’t have a private plane.

Stay informed, read this: Justin McWilliams on the hiring of Bianca Smith, who became the first Black female professional baseball coach in the US when the Boston Red Sox hired her as the club’s minor league coach for The Boston Globe

Links of the Day

Former Manchester United manager Tommy Docherty died aged 92.

American group ALK Capital completed its takeover of Burnley.

All but one women’s FA Cup match for this weekend are postponed because of new COVID-19 protocols.

Manchester United’s Edinson Cavani received a three match ban for using racist language on social media.

Sweden’s Kopparbergs/Gôteborg FC will not dissolve after receiving an “overwhelming” response from prospective investors.

Transfer updates: Schalke signed Kolašinac on loan from Arsenal; Everton signed Claire Emslie, ending her loan from the Orlando Pride

A longer read: Suzanne Wrack on how Leeds should’ve been more cognizant of the implications of the club’s tweet about Karen Carney for The Guardian