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Newcastle United's English defender Jamaal Lascelles has a header saved by Tottenham Hotspur's French goalkeeper Hugo Lloris during the English Premier League football match

Hugo Lloris will retain Spurs captaincy despite drink-driving conviction but misses Liverpool clash through injury

The Spurs boss said yesterday the France World Cup victor will remain as club captain despite his conviction this week and even though Lloris admitted he would understand if it was taken from him.

France's World Cup-winning captain Hugo Lloris avoided jail but received a 20-month driving ban and a £50,000 ($65,000) fine on Wednesday for drink-driving in central London.

Asked if he will stay as captain, Poch replied: "Of course".

"Of course, anyone can make a mistake".

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Hugo Lloris on the other hand, is not injured, but was pulled over by police for driving while intoxicated about which the Argentinian coach stated: "He said he is sorry, anyone can make a mistake, he did it and he is suffering, he is punishing himself".

"Of course we had a conversation and he explained all that happened", said Pochettino. He said: 'Gaffer, I made a mistake. As a man you need to recognise your mistake.

He veered his auto "towards parked vehicles" before correcting himself and went through a red light, prosecutor Henry Fitch said.

"If not, we're not going to take a risk because he missed a lot of games and we have ahead of lot of games to play".

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The 31-year-old will now miss several weeks with a thigh injury, but Pochettino does not anticipate that the ordeal will affect his goalkeeper's displays when he returns to the line-up.

Pochettino also insists he has no concerns about the form of Harry Kane, who has made a sluggish start to the season after his World Cup exertions.

"Hopefully everything is going well and he can be back as soon as possible, like Dele".

"The most thing here is the confidence and trust we have in him. I did. Rather than congratulate him, people need to thank me". There's no doubt that he's one of the best strikers or players in England and in Europe. As he is such a big player and everyone expects something from every action, so his expectations are different'.

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