Lloris show off the Uhlsport Eliminator Supergrip

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For those who were asking after Hugo Lloris’s new gloves, then you’ve come to the right place.

The Uhlsport Eliminator Supergrip is kind of attractive and I like it. Maybe it’s because of the color. I love blue!

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About his choice of gloves, the Frenchman explained to soccer.com, “I used to try different gloves when I was in the academy, but once I found my glove, afterward it was difficult to change,”

Here, Lloris and Michel Vorm talks about goalkeeping with soccer.com

Lloris: Tottenham lacks muturity

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is worried they lack the maturity to win the Premier League title this season

Hugo Lloris thinks Tottenham Hotspur lacks the experience in their race for the title. Speaking to The Evening Standard, the goalie told them:

“We don’t have the maturity of some teams, like [Manchester] City or Arsenal. You need experience. You can’t but it. You need to play games, you need to lose, you need to win. We are young, we are talented, we are doing well, there is a great spirit in the team and we are working hard, so everything is positive…but we need to go step by step.

“We will see where we are before the last 10 games, but at the moment we want to fight and stay as high as possible in the table.”

I think Spurs is having one of their best seasons yet, but they need to maintain motivation if they’re serious about contesting the title.

Newcastle end Spurs unbeaten streak

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Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United - Premier League

Tottenham Hotspur 14 games unbeaten streak came to an end yesterday at the Lane, thanks to a very determined and hard fought 2-1 victory by Newcastle.

I want to use this space to rant.

Spurs.

Spurs.

SPURS!

I never ask for much, but it’s like EVERY TIME there’s a great opportunity for the team to move closer to the top, they draw or lose. Yesterday, they only had one duty: to win. Winning would’ve moved them to 4th place on the PL table in front of Manchester United with 29 points. But noooo, Spurs just had to lose the game and they think that is going to stand well with fans?

They started off well and frizzled out in the second half. Losing was imminent given their display, but they need to redeem themselves. I won’t stand for losing or drawing constantly.

Here’s a photo of Hugo Lloris out on…

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Lloris makes it look easy: 14 games unbeaten this season

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West Bromwich Albion v Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League

For every save that Hugo Lloris make, he makes it look easier to have 14 UNBEATEN games under his belt.

Over the weekend, Spurs played away to West Brom, but they eventually settled for a 1-1 draw, something I just cannot accept at the moment when they’re playing really well.

I’ve always known what a fantastic goalkeeper Lloris was during his days in the Ligue 1 and when he came to England, I knew he was going to get a lot of stick from fans and critics alike, but he adopted well and blew everyone out of the water. Today, he is getting the respect he deserves in England and they’re finally seeing what I saw in him all those years ago beyond his gifted cat-like reflexes: only the best darn goalie in the world.

This might just be the season of Lloris, but the team has to work harder to…

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With Lloris in goal, Spurs is now 13 league games UNBEATEN

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Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea - Premier League

The goalkeeper has a major part to play in Spurs being 13 games unbeaten this season, and Hugo Lloris is enjoying himself in goal.

A disappointing 0-0 draw against Chelsea at the Lane yesterday means that Spurs is still 5th in the PL ranking with 25 points. Kind of disappointed with this though.

Spurs controlled possession and dominated the first half, but they couldn’t finish their chances. Chelsea did not test Hugo Lloris until the 68th minute, when Lloris denied Hazard with a brilliant stop. Son had two excellent chances in the second half, but couldn’t convert them.

Man of the Match for me was Hugo Lloris because he was a monster in goal protecting his unbeaten record. Chelsea fans also felt the same way blaming Lloris for Chelsea not scoring. Hazard even called Lloris’ unreal save on him ‘Beautiful,’

Spurs is now 13 league games unbeaten which…

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Don’t be mad at Lloris when he finally loses

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Kane scored twice, and Alderweireld and Walker scored as Spurs beat West Ham 4-1 yesterday.

Kane got the party at the Lane started in the 23rd minute and Alderweireld doubled the lead in the 33rd minute with a delightful header from a Christian Eriksen corner. Before half time, Son had his shot parried away by Adrian otherwise it would’ve been game over. Five minutes into the second half, Eriksen finds Kane and the Englishman made no mistake in finding the back of Adrian’s net. Walker scored the 4th and final goal in the 84th minute but the Hammers claimed a consolation goal in the 87th minute.

This was one of the best displays of Spurs season, dominating from the start and everyone in sync as a team.

Hugo Lloris has been a warrior in goal this season. With 12 PL games and yet to lose one…

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Emotional night at the Wembley for Les Bleus

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“We were all united in this moment of communion, which obviously lifts the spirits because you feel it in your heart. It’s beautiful, it’s moving, it’s grandiose. It’s very strong.”

– Didier Deschamps

It was an emotional atmosphere at the Wembley last evening for Les Bleus as they went on to lose 2-0 to England.

How Les Bleus lined up (via fff.fr)

The highlight of the match was England and Wembley uniting to sing the French national anthem, “La Marseillaise”.

Blue, white and red dominated around the stadium as England hosted Les Bleus. However, it was not to be our night and I didn’t expect anything less or more from the still shaken Les Bleus so it was understandable. Dele Alli scored the opener for the English in the 39th minute and Wayne Rooney completed the 2-0 victory in the 48th. Lassana Diarra received a rapturous welcome…

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