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The Hoddle of Coffee: Tottenham Hotspur News and Links for Friday, October 22

lots of sushi

Tottenham Hotspur Women v Charlton Athletic Women - FA Women’s Continental Tyres League Cup Photo by Tottenham Hotspur FC/Tottenham Hotspur FC via Getty Images

Hi, all!

Yesterday was ... not fun.

Ramble of the Day

I come with a tiny distraction as you scroll to the bottom to join your fellow Hoddlers in rightfully complaining about your team. Unintentionally, I will begin with the least visible silver lining from yesterday: at least Tottenham did not record the most embarrassing result from yesterday’s European matches. That distinct honor fully belongs to Roma, who lost 6-1 to Norway’s Bodø/Glimt yesterday, a match that marked the first time a José Mourinho side conceded six goals in a game.

It’s not the only record Bodø/Glimt have set in recent years, though. In 2016, the club celebrated its 100 year anniversary by setting the Guinness world record for largest sushi mosaic.

I have no idea if it was any good, but thinking about it made me crave sushi anyway. (Luckily, I had some the other day so I satisfied that craving in advance.)

tl;dr: Here’s a picture of the world’s largest sushi mosaic at a Bodø/Glimt match in 2016.

Stay informed, read this: track and field athlete Gwen Berry on the necessary uncomfortable nature of athlete protests for The Players’ Tribune

Links of the Day

FIFPro criticized FIFA for not publicly announcing a ban issued to ex-Mongolia U15 girls’ team coach Uchralsaikhan Buuveibaatar after an investigation into sexual misconduct.

Bayern manager Julian Nagelsmann and Columbus Crew manager Caleb Porter tested positive for COVID-19.

The NWSL agreed to meet the demands of the Players Association in an attempt to combat abuses of power.

Angel City players will receive 1% of ticket revenue from the team’s home matches.

A longer read: Maggie Mertens on the NWSL as a workplace made up of low-wage, female workers for The Atlantic