Tottenham goalkeeper Lloris fined for drunk driving

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The Frenchman, who now has a thigh injury, was sentenced this week for the August offence, with a judge fining him £50,000 and banning him from driving for 20 months.

Lloris' injury seems to be the worse of the two as he's expected to be out several weeks.

Joshua Harris, director of campaigns for British road safety charity Brake, said it was disappointing to see a role model such as Lloris admitting to breaking the law by drink driving.

His £115,000 Porsche was seen veering across the road, nearly hitting parked cars, and running a red light when it was stopped by police.

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"He is close because I am happy with him", Pochettino said.

"Of course, any woman, man, person can make a mistake".

"Of course he was lucky there was no effect", Pochettino said.

"It's a massive lesson for everyone". Because he is a clever, he learns and now he is going to move on'. We are not God and we can not judge people. "I made a mistake and now I need to pay". "Of course I am learning a lot", he said.

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By 2am, he was "completely drunk", said Mr Sonn, who added that, when a taxi cancelled on him, he made the "unwise decision" to drive home.

Mauricio Pochettino pointed the finger at his players after Tottenham's loss at Watford, but the FC crew agree he should be pointing at himself.

'I am learning a lot!' Pochettino joked.

Alli suffered a hamstring injury against Spain in the first-half and Tottenham are privately frustrated that the midfielder then completed the game.

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"If not, we're not going to take a risk because he missed a lot of games and we have ahead of lot of games to play". I told him today where is my present Sonny?

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