Player Watch: Hugo Lloris

Discussion in 'Spurs Chat' started by yiddo23, Mar 13, 2015.

  1. Hotspur1978

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  2. Cheltenham Spur

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    Which would mean he'd be back for the NLD. Could have been worse.

    And if there was a game to miss Palace would be near the top of the list.
     
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  3. Hoddle_Ledge

    Hoddle_Ledge Well-Known Member

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    Imagine being thrown in the air and coming back down into the arms of Hugo Lloris :love:

    Let's hope he doesn't come off his line and punch her in the next video...

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    dricha1 Well-Known Member

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    Love Hugo but alwAys costs us a goal in the big away games, wasn’t brave enough for Arsenal’s 2nd
     
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    i bet Degea never lets a goal past him.
    Degea also scores some stunner too to ensure the team wins when outfield players feckin useless
     
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    I don't understand the point of this post, but De Gea is a lot better at stopping shots from acute angles and one on ones because he stands up, makes himself large and uses his feet to save more often, just like Peter Schmeichel did so successfully.

    Hugo has let in so many soft goals from acute angles especially because he always goes to ground, and he usually goes down way too early. It's the same on penalties, he just decides to go to one side and goes down way too early. Still think Hugo is awesome and his sweeping is usually spot on and has saved us countless goals against. I just wish he could be coached to stand up in certain situations because it's been his Achilles heal from day one.
     

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