Hugo Lloris and Heung-min Son’s changing room fight captured in Amazon All or Nothing documentary, but Tottenham captain reveals he doesn’t want to ......
Lola H. Saydee
Sept. 11, 2020
Tottenham’s new Amazon documentary has been very well-received but their club captain isn’t a fan.
Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris exclusively revealed to talkSPORT why he hasn’t watched the All or Nothing series which has gripped football fans far and wide.
In an interview with Andy Goldstein on Drivetime, when asked if he liked seeing himself on the telly, Lloris said: “Not at all.”
Lloris added: “I understand that it promotes us, it’s very interesting to watch and there are a lot of things to learn from it.
“As a main protagonist, I’m not the kind of guy who wants to open the door of my heart.
“For me, the changing room is very precious as well so you’ll understand why I’m not very interested to see how it is.
“But again, I think it is a very good experience for people who love football and to understand how a football club works – the management, the ups and downs, the egos, the team spirit and a lot of stuff like that.
“I can understand but I repeat, there was a long documentary about the World Cup and I haven’t watched it yet, maybe later when I’m retired.”
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