Hugo Lloris is being let down by his defence

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Who’s to blame for his poor form at Tottenham?

Date: 7th January 2014 at 6:47pm
Written by Ollie Bishop

For all Tottenham’s transfer activity in recent seasons, it is the acquisition of a certain French stopper that is for me their stand out bit of business. Signed in the summer of 2012 for an initial fee of just £8m from French giants Lyon, Lloris represented genuine world-class pedigree for a side looking to step up from being the great underachievers. After a slow settling in period to Premier League life, Lloris has finally established himself as one of the best performers in the whole league. Many would place him in the top bracket amongst the likes of Petr Cech and David de Gea, and I would argue that such praise is wholly justified. Four clean sheets from his opening five games in the league this season really started to highlight how far the defensive unit had come under AVB. A continued ... Read More


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