Toe Poke Daily: Memphis Depay borrows Lewis Hamilton's old private jet to promote song

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Lyon star Memphis Depay has upped his game once again as he prepares to release his latest rap single.

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The Dutch winger, who moved to Lyon after one disappointing season at Manchester United, borrowed a private jet which, according to The Sun, used to belong to Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton to help promote his new song, "Fall Back".

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"Fall Back" out this week! 🔊🎧🎵

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Indeed, Depay can be seen posing in front of the aforementioned plane on the accompanying artwork.

Critics might say that jamming your fingers in your ears is the only acceptable way to listen to Depay's musical offerings, but we could never possibly be so uncouth.

Those seeking to witness the Lyon forward's rap skills should give "5 Milli" (a freestyle song he released several months ago to celebrate passing the requisite follower mark on social media) a whirl.

Perhaps a little ditty about sticking to the day job should be next in the offing?

Redknapp opens toilets

Just two days ago we chronicled how Harry Redknapp has become a celebrity in the UK, most recently joining a UK garage act live on stage.

Well, it's not stopped there.

The latest public appearance from the former West Ham and Tottenham Hotspur boss saw him ... reopen some toilets.

Yes, Redknapp cut the ribbon on a toilet block which had been closed for five years in Blandford Road, Hamworthy,

"People need toilets," Harry told the Bournemouth Echo. "Elderly people go out and when they want to go they need to find somewhere. It is the first block of toilets I have opened."

Spurs unveil new kits

Tottenham's kits last season did not go down particular well among their fans. The away kit was Neptune green and included "an aerial depiction of the club's locality in Haringey," while the home kit had a white-to-black fade in the bottom half of the shirt.

Abandoning the "gradient" effect of last year, Spurs' new home strip reverts to the classic white-blue-white template with a V-neck jersey and the club's name subtly woven into the fabric,

The away kit is navy with vivid purple trim, again using the word "Spurs" to create a zig-zag pattern across the chest.

Tottenham will wear their new home kit for the first time when they face Manchester United in the International Champions Cup in Shanghai on July 25, while the away kit will be afforded its maiden airing against Juventus in the same competition this coming Sunday.

Trippier picks wrong Spurs

England international Kieran Trippier started a new adventure Wednesday when signing for Atletico Madrid.

It brought to an end a four-year spell with Tottenham, and of course he would want to say thank you to his former club.

Slight problem, Kieran. You managed to thank U.S. basketball team the San Antonio Spurs (@Spurs) rather than Tottenham (@SpursOfficial) ...