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Stan Collymore defends Spurs over Hugo Lloris Knock Out [Audio]
- November 5, 2013
Always keen to jump on the big sports story of the day, TalkSPORT spent much of Monday evening discussing Hugo Lloris being knocked unconscious at Everton but continuing to play on for the final few minutes of the goalless draw.
Mark Saggers and Stan Collymore had a lengthy, vociferous debate over whether Spurs were correct in keeping Lloris on the pitch after the French goalie had been knocked out.
Intriguingly, Collymore backs Andre Villas-Boas’ decision to keep Lloris on the pitch, arguing that the keeper made his own decision to stay on, subsequently made a fine save and scans after the Premier League match showed no damage.