Published: Fri, September 14, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Tottenham's Lloris to keep captaincy despite drink driving charge

Tottenham's Lloris to keep captaincy despite drink driving charge

Tiredness could be an issue for Son, who played eight games in 26 days for his country, but his return after playing just ten minutes of Tottenham's league season so far will be greatly received by Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.

Lloris appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Wednesday to plead guilty to a charge of drink driving, and it emerged during the hearing that the Frenchman was more than twice over the legal limit, had veered towards parked cars and had driven through a red light.

The head coach added: "Of course he's the first that regrets everything, and all that happened yesterday is not good". He said he was guilty of this situation.

"The most important thing is everyone can make a mistake and he is suffering a punishment that society translates to him".

"He is punishing himself but we are not God that we can judge people only". I want a watch or some Korean food.' Because when we see in the past that different clubs didn't allow [him] to go to play in this tournament, who took the risk?

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"He's the first that told me: 'Gaffer it's a massive mistake and I need to pay, like a man'".

When asked if he would stay on as captain, he said: "Of course".

'He already knew in the moment that it was a big mistake. As a man you need to recognise your mistake. "Now, because he is clever, he learns and he is going to move on".

While midfielder Alli remains sidelined by the hamstring problem he picked up in England's defeat to Spain, goalkeeper Lloris is out for several weeks with the thigh injury he sustained in Spurs' 3-0 win over Manchester United.

Pochettino also insists he has no concerns about the form of Harry Kane, who has made a sluggish start to the season after his World Cup exertions. I told him today where is my present Sonny? Lloris was one of the heroes of France's commanding march to their second football World Cup in 20 years.

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