Tottenham Hotspur fans were left disappointed when it was announced that their captain and goalkeeper, Hugo Lloris, would be out of action for the remainder of the Premier League season due to injury. Lloris had been an integral part of the team and his absence will undoubtedly be felt in the remaining four games.
An injury which he sustained, ruled him out of action for the rest of the season. This news comes as a major blow to Spurs who are fighting for a place in the top four and need to win all of their remaining games to have any chance of securing Champions League football next season.
Lloris, who joined Tottenham in 2012, has been a key player for the North London club over the years. He has made over 350 appearances for the club and has been a reliable presence between the sticks. His leadership qualities as the team captain have also been an important aspect of his contribution to the club.
In Lloris’ absence, Spurs will have to rely on backup goalkeeper Fraser Forster to fill in the void. The injury to Lloris has come at a crucial stage in Tottenham’s season. It remains to be seen how Spurs will cope without their captain, but the team will need to find a way to adapt quickly if they are to achieve their goals for the season.