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Hugo Lloris | Goalkeeper | #1

Team: Tottenham Hotspur
Age / DOB:  (29) / 12/26/1986
Ht / Wt:  6'2" / 161

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Hugo Lloris has returned from a hamstring injury and will likely step straight back into Mauricio Pochettino's XI when Tottenham visit Stoke City on Saturday.
Tottenham's defense hardly suffered with Michel Vorm filling in. He did not surrender a goal in the 56 minutes he played replacing Lloris against Everton in Week 1, he kept a clean sheet against Palace in Week 2 and allowed a formidable Liverpool attack to score just once in Week 3. Still, the club will be thrilled to have Lloris back against the Potters this weekend. Those that utilized Vorm in add/drop leagues will need to look elsewhere for now but in reality it is a good sign for Spurs that, should Lloris miss any more time this season, they have a very solid replacement in reserve. Sep 8 - 10:19 AM
Source: Daily Mirror

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Tottenham have confirmed the extent of the hamstring injury sustained by Hugo Lloris at Goodison Park on Saturday with the France international ruled out for up-to four weeks.

The injury means back-up stopper Michel Vorm will be handed the goalkeepers jersey for the upcoming domestic games against Crystal Palace and Liverpool, although the international break could provide Lloris with an opportunity to prove his fitness ahead of the game week four meeting at Stoke on September 10. However, if Lloris fails to recover for the trip to the Britannia, then he is likely to miss Tottenham’s first Champions League group match which will take place on the Tuesday or Wednesday of the following week. Vorm has made just four Premier League starts since arriving from Swansea in the summer of 2014, winning only one of those, while averaging a goal conceded every 89 minutes.
Source: Daily Mail
Aug 16 - 4:11 PM

Tottenham confirm goalkeeper Hugo Lloris sustained a muscular injury during the first half of today’s game at Goodison Park.

Lloris signalled that he was unable to continue on 35 minutes, although there was no apparent problem, and Michel Vorm was quickly readied with the Lilywhites trailing to a Ross Barkley goal. At half-time the club released an update via their Twitter account confirming that the 29-year-old had a problem with his hamstring. Mauricio Pochettino is expected to provide an update post-match, although Lloris is likely to need a scan to confirm the extent of the damage.
Aug 13 - 11:46 AM

France will play Portugal in the Euro 2016 final after defeating Germany this evening, 0-2.

The host country were outplayed clearly in the first half, with the Germans dominating possession and putting France into a desperate position of defending. It was the play of each side's goalkeepers that kept the match goalless into the 45th minute with Hugo Lloris making a superb stop of an Emre Can shot. Then, just seconds before halftime, a handball by Germany awarded France a penalty kick and Griezmann struck with confidence and authority. Griezmann gave France the cushion it needed with another goal in the 72nd minute, cleaning up from a loose ball that was initially saved by the keeper. Lloris made another top drawer save in added time to preserve a clean sheet.
Source: The Guardian
Jul 7 - 5:15 PM

Amid a couple new injuries Spurs were given a major injury boost with the return of Hugo Lloris and Erik Lamela for their clash with Fiorentina on Thursday.

While revealing the Mousa Dembele is set to miss some time and Harry Kane is dealing with a broken nose, manager Mauricio Pochettino confirmed that the club's keeper will be available for Thursday's Europa League round of 32 second leg at home (although Michel Vorm has filled in as Cup keeper for much of the season). Lloris looks set to reclaim his starting spot on Sunday against Swansea City—which looks like a good chance for some clean sheet points—after missing the last week with a shoulder injury. While the club will be without Kane for Thursday night, Lamela will be thrown back into the mix after missing the last two matches due to illness.
Feb 24 - 6:51 PM

Mauricio Pochettino revealed that a shoulder injury will keep Hugo Lloris out of Tottenham's first leg tie with Fiorentina on Thursday.

The Spurs boss also indicated that France's #1 keeper could possibly miss the weekend's FA Cup match against Crystal Palace but has hopes that Lloris will be available for the second leg with Fiorentina a week from Thursday. It is a tough blow for Tottenham's Europa League ambitions as they enter the knockout stage but it appears fantasy Premier League owners will have dodged a bullet as the injury is minor enough to expect him to be ready for Week 27. Michel Vorm will deputize in the mean time.
Feb 17 - 12:28 PM

Tottenham suffered their third defeat of the season in tough fashion, letting a Robert Huth header beat them in the final stages of the match in a 0-1 loss to Leicester City.

This was an opportunity for Tottenham to take advantage of catching the Foxes during their toughest stretch of the season, as the visitors entered the evening without a goal in their past three contests. Hugo Lloris did his best to make that streak extend to four, coming up with a few brilliant saves, but he could not do much about the goal that beat him in the 83rd minute. Spurs had chances along the way to score, but fellow keeper Kasper Schmeichel was up to the task, making big saves of his own, including one of a low drive by Harry Kane that he was able to get to and the rebound bounced off the bar. With draws by Arsenal and Manchester City on the night, Tottenham had a chance to gain ground on all three clubs above them, instead, they see the gap widen.
Source: NBC Sports
Jan 13 - 5:29 PM

Tottenham had a chance to pass Manchester United in the table and claim the fourth spot but blew it by coughing up a lead and conceding two late goals to Newcastle United in a 1-2 loss.

Spurs came into this match sporting a 14 game unbeaten streak but any pride in that record vanished into thin air after their performance today. Eric Dier gave Tottenham the initial advantage when he headed home a Christian Eriksen corner in the 39th minute. They seemed uninspired in the second half though, with little creativity in the final third and they let Newcastle work themselves back into the game. The Magpies put two past Hugo Lloris, both of which could be at least partly blamed on the keeper. Tom Carroll got his league starting debut today and was not as sharp as he showed in midweek European action, but to be fair, it was after he was subbed off that the match fell apart for Spurs. Many players were counted on, especially Harry Kane, to provide big fantasy numbers today, but Tottenham laid an egg.
Source: NBC Sports
Sun, Dec 13, 2015 01:14:00 PM

Tottenham played rivals Chelsea to a tightly played 0-0 final, but they could have lost were it not for a big save from Hugo Lloris.

Spurs still have not lost since Opening Day this season. They enjoyed the bulk of possession for the majority of the match as Harry Kane had a couple of looks in the opening hour. Yellow cards to three Tottenham defenders though made it increasingly difficult to keep Chelsea at bay as the game wore on. In the 68th minute, the Blues were on the break and a nicely placed cross found Eden Hazard at the back post and he struck a powerful low volley but Lloris was quick to react. Ryan Mason limped off with what looked to be a foot injury and will be assessed later in the week. Spurs remain in 5th, looking to break through the top four of the table.
Source: NBC Sports
Sun, Nov 29, 2015 09:10:00 AM

Hugo Lloris has stated that he expects better from Spurs, especially in their European competition this season, as the prized goalkeeper may be frustrated with the current state of affairs at White Hart Lane.

Tottenham should be a bit more careful with their Twitter feed, as a quick glance of their headline could be mistakenly read as "Lloris wants MOVE from Spurs" rather than "Lloris wants MORE from Spurs." The reality is, the former headline may eventually ring true if Tottenham cannot start looking a bit more like a side who can at least challenge for the top four. So far that hasn't been the case. Spurs were lucky to retain his services this year but it would be hard to imagine a stay beyond that if the club cannot take a positive step.
Source: Sky Sports
Wed, Sep 16, 2015 11:11:00 AM

Hugo Lloris returned to action after missing time with a wrist injury, coming on for Tottenham in the second half of their 0-2 win over AC Milan.

Fantastic news for Tottenham. Once courted by Manchester United this summer, Lloris is now set to line up against his summer suitors on Saturday after getting 35 minutes of action in today. Any thoughts of using Michel Vorm Week 1 (there shouldn't be) can now be squashed. Otherwise, Spurs had a chance to show the depth of their youth talent and it was rather impressive. From a fantasy standpoint, it is good to see Nacer Chadli get on the scoresheet as he tries to replicate his double-digit output last season, and Kieran Trippier delivered some key passes that he became known for with Burnley. Everything is erased now though, it is on to Old Trafford for the season's opening match.
Source: Daily Mail
Wed, Aug 5, 2015 02:23:00 PM

Spurs club web site is reporting that Hugo Lloris has fractured his wrist per a source at the club with his status for the start of the season uncertain.

Lloris was, with Christen Eriksen and Harry Kane, one of Spurs three standout performers last season. If he were missing for any period of time during the season it would be a huge blow to the White Hart Lane club. The announcement was extremely vague on details so it could be a minor summer inconvenience. Michel Vorm, at his best, is a strong back-up for Lloris but it has been a few seasons since Vorm was at his best so Spurs may not know exactly what they have in the Dutch back-up keeper.
Mon, Jul 13, 2015 02:50:00 PM

Mauricio Pochettino has come out with statements indicating that goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is happy at Spurs and wants to remain at the club despite rumors linking him to Manchester United.

Should David De Gea choose Real Madrid over staying at Manchester United, Hugo Lloris is rumored to be high on United's list of replacement candidates. It would be hard to blame the France international for wanting Champions League football and the chance at a Premier League title after his time at Spurs has been lacking in either. Pochettino sounds confident that his goalkeeper wants to stay but he may be forced to backtrack later in the summer should a massive offer come Spurs' way from United. Lloris is signed through 2019 so Spurs have some leverage and United are unlikely to pay over the odds for Lloris as he is generally deemed to be in the second tier of goalkeepers behind players like Neuer, Courtois, and De Gea.
Source: espnfc.com
Mon, Jun 1, 2015 11:46:00 AM

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris missed his first Premier League minutes of the season as the French international slid out to thwart a Leicester attack during the win at White Hart Lane.

Needing victory to realistically stand a chance of survival Leicester started Saturdays’ game with attacking intent having already won their [FA Cup] this season. Nigel Pearson opted for a change of formation with Jamie Vardy [partnering Leonardo Ulloa up front] and it was his run which caused the problem during the opening minutes. Vardy broke into the box and as Lloris closed the angle Kyle Walker came across - there was a coming together which left Lloris with a deep knee laceration. Unable to continue the goalkeeper was stretchered off and taken to hospital – Pochettino did manage to provide a brief update confirming there was tendon damage although it wasn’t thought to be serious.
Sun, Mar 22, 2015 11:18:00 AM

Tottenham have dismissed reports they are willing to sell goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

A national newspaper claimed on Monday that Spurs would be ready to sell Lloris if they received an offer of at least £25m in January or this coming summer, but the club have denied the story. When contacted by Sky Sports, a spokesperson described it as "mischief making", adding "There is no substance to the reports. We have talented players and we expect this sort of thing". Lloris has been subject of interest from a host of top clubs across Europe over the past 18-months but the player has repeatedly spoken of a desire to stay at White Hart Lane for the long-term.
Source: Sky Sports
Tue, Jan 6, 2015 07:15:00 AM