Keeper row continues
Luis Fernandez believes keeper Hugo Lloris made a mistake joining Spurs and that Andre Villas-Boas was forced into signing him.
The highly rated keeper joined Spurs over the summer from Lyon, after a prolonged chase for his signature, but he has yet to make his debut for the club with the boss maintaining that veteran Brad Friedel remains his number one choice. With Fridal set to start again this weekend at Reading the off field rumpus looks set to continue with several notable figures in France urging Villas-Boas to install Lloris as his new first-choice goalkeeper. Fernandez believes the 25-year-old failed to communicate properly with Spurs' staff before joining the club. "In this matter I do not understand many things," Fernandez told French radio station RMC Sports. "The first thing is that when you leave a club, you always have the opportunity to speak with the coaching staff before leaving. You must speak, must communicate, and discuss with your future coach to avoid such surprises. "I feel that Villas-Boas was not given the choice, he was forced to take Lloris."