I have to say that I’m starting to get used to not having a manager.
Ramble of the Day
Credit to the Hoddler who knew what today’s Hoddle topic would be. Granted, this person did not know I was in a time crunch while assembling today’s Hoddle so an easy topic would have to do, but clearly this person knew this is good enough to spotlight regardless. It’s Son Heung-min in Ralph Lauren!
Sonny for Ralph Lauren Wilbledon Campaign— َ (@SonnyExtra) June 22, 2021
Ralph Lauren celebrated its 16th anniversary as an official sponsor for the Wilbledon Championship. pic.twitter.com/KrsGRpJA0I
The details, if you wanted them: Son is one of a few athletes part of Ralph Lauren’s campaign celebrating its partnership with Wimbledon; pictured with Son is surfer Lucy Campbell, while rugby player Maro Itoje and ballet dancer Francesca Hayward (who also starred in the film adaptation of Cats). Ralph Lauren also used the occasion to announce a partnership with G2 Esports, for what it’s worth.
I’ve mentioned before how athletes can make for decent models, and we all know Son’s got a model’s ability. There’s not much more to say, other than the fact that these pictures are great. Let’s call it a lone bright spot when it comes to people and things associated with Tottenham right now.
tl;dr: Let’s just look at some pictures of Son Heung-min modeling for Ralph Lauren.
Stay informed, read this: six French athletes speak about being gay in a French documentary, “We have to talk” (via the Associated Press)
Links of the Day
UEFA rejected the Munich mayor’s request to light Allianz Arena rainbow for Germany’s match against Hungary.
Additionally: Bundesliga clubs will light their stadiums rainbow after UEFA’s decision.
Wembley will host 60,000 for the Euro semifinals and final, up from 22,500 during the group stage.
Real estate developer Ted Segal completed his takeover of the Houston Dynamo and Dash.
Transfers: Norwich signed Milot Rashica from Werder Bremen; Inter signed Hakan Çalhanoğlu on a free
A longer read: Tariq Panja on the continuing issue of Ligue 1 broadcasting rights, with Canal Plus now refusing to air matches after Amazon secured domestic broadcast rights for The New York Times