Tottenham need “more maturity” after disappointing Champions League draw, says Harry Kane
Mauricio Pochettino isn’t the only person at Tottenham Hotspur who is frustrated with Spurs’ 2-2 draw at Olympiacos in the Champions League on Wednesday — Harry Kane has also had it.
'Tottenham must capitalise on Champions League run'
The silence at the final whistle lasted only a moment in that end of the stadium before Tottenham's fans stood up to applaud. Their immediate reaction had been disappointment, that Spurs had not played anywhere near to their potential or punished a Liverpool team that had also been subdued and strangely out of sorts. But…
Lloris 'one of the best' for Pochettino as Spurs grind out another win
Mauricio Pochettino insisted he never had any doubt goalkeeper Hugo Lloris would repay his faith after the French number one kept Crystal Palace
France's World Cup keeper Lloris avoids jail over drink-driving
France's World Cup-winning captain Hugo Lloris avoided jail but received a 20-month driving ban and a £50,000 ($65,000) fine on Wednesday for drink-driving in central London.
Spurs’ goalkeeper charged with drink-driving
Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has been charged with drink driving after failing a breathalyser test at 2.30am in central London. The World Cup-winning captain was held in jail for seven hours in the early hours of Friday morning after a night of celebration with fellow France team-mates Olivier Giroud and Laurent Koscielny. The 31-year-old father…
Henry will be at odds in Belgium, France duel, says Hugo Lloris
France captain, Hugo Lloris has said that he expects Thierry Henry’s heart “to be split” when Les Blues take on Belgium in today World Cup semi-final.The 40-year-old is employed by the Red Devils as part of Roberto Martinez’s coaching staff, working as a second assistant manager alongside Englishman Graeme Jones.
Mbappe needs more games, says Lloris
Like the rest of his team-mates, Mbappe failed to impress on Saturday in France's crucial 1-0 win in Bulgaria that kept their World Cup destiny in their own hands.
Spurs won't stop believing says Lloris
Hugo Lloris insists Tottenham still believe they can win the Premier League despite the shattering blow of their FA Cup semi-final defeat against title rivals Chelsea.