Alli and Lloris to miss Liverpool game

Alli and Lloris to miss Liverpool game

Alli and Lloris to miss Liverpool game

Lloris was on Monday fined £50,000 (US$65,000) and handed a 20-month driving ban for drink-driving.

The 31-year-old, who has made more than 200 league appearances for his club since signing in 2012, was stopped when officers saw his auto being driven at 15mph in a 30mph zone in Gloucester Place, central London, in the early hours of August 24.

Lloris was convicted for drink-driving after being pulled over in his vehicle and breathalysed - which revealed he had over double the legal alcohol limit in his system while at the wheel.

England's Dele Alli and France's Hugo Lloris have both been ruled out of Tottenham's clash with Premier League leaders, Liverpool, on Saturday due to injury.

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Pochettino said that "of course" Lloris would remain captain, explaining: "He's the first that regrets everything".

'Of course he doesn't feel great. He said he is guilty of this situation and is responsible.

"Of course he's punishing himself". We are not God and cannot judge people. Then we're all men and women and we can all make mistakes.

He told RMC Sport: "Do I have a return date?"

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When sentencing, the magistrate said the fine represented the seriousness of the offence as well as the goalkeeper's financial means.

He picked up the problem during their 3-0 win over Manchester United in August.

When asked whether Lloris had offered to give up the club captaincy, Pochettino said: 'He apologised to everyone. "He apologised to everyone - the staff, the club, the fans, us - and he said "any decision that you take gaffer, or the club, I think is fair".

"In the past or in the future, I don't know how many managers are going to allow him to help the club and help the players and take a risk that affects the present". It's a massive lesson to everyone'.

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