Spurs keeper Lloris banned from driving


Spurs' main goalkeeper and club captain Hugo Lloris told French publication RMC Sport he had only a small chance of being fit for the lunchtime clash, having suffered a minor thigh injury at the end of last month.

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David Sonn, the lawyer representing the player in court, says "the spectacular fall from grace is not lost on Mr. Lloris".

"Just 40 days later, he was arrested". "Today he apologises to the court".

Lloris became a World Cup victor with France over the summer, starring in every match on their road to glory in Russian Federation.

The amount is roughly the equivalent of seven glasses of wine, although alcohol levels depend on multiple factors such as age, gender and metabolism. It is more than twice the legal limit in England and Wales.

"I wish to apologise wholeheartedly to my family, the club, my team-mates, the manager and all of the supporters".

"Drink-driving is completely unacceptable, I take full responsibility for my actions and it is not the example I wish to set".

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Prosecutors explained he had been seen driving erratically and had veered "towards a parked vehicle" and that after being stopped by the police, he had needed help to get out of his auto.

Magistrate Amanda Barron said it was "pure luck" that Lloris did not cause damage to other vehicles or pedestrians.

Lloris reportedly had to spend seven hours in the jail that night before he was released out on bail.

She said: "This is a very serious offence, as you know".

"Everyone can make a mistake, he made a mistake and he is suffering".

And he was also absent for France's recent Nations League games against Germany and Holland. He said "Gaffer, I made a mistake".

Lloris, who captained France to World Cup glory in the summer, was driving his 2018-plate Porsche Panamera along Gloucester Place, Marylebone, when he was pulled over during a routine stop by police.