Former Tottenham goalkeeper Michel Vorm opened up on the dynamic between the number one and the back-up keeper in North London (Sky Sports).
Of course, Vorm himself was a number two to Hugo Lloris for many years, before returning as an interim coach where he trained Joe Hart as the main understudy.
Now Pierluigi Gollini appears to be the second in command in North London and Vorm spoke about how important it is to be ready and how happy he was for the former Atalanta man to make a difference against Wolves.
Check out the full video below:
🗣"To compete at a big club, I took that challenge."
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Spurs Web Opinion:
Even back in 2012, £12 million for Hugo Lloris was still a bargain. Now, nine years later he is still between the sticks and is captaining the side. Vorm, on the other hand, was a model professional. He didn’t get a lot of game time at all but was always ready when called upon.
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