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Tottenham captain Lloris: World Cup left me empty mentally and physically

Asked whether he had been able to enjoy France’s success in Russia, the captain of Les Bleus said: ‘After the World Cup, yes ‘ the next two or three days.

‘There is a lot of celebration, a lot of obligation towards the country and the fans. But then after that, you feel so empty. Mentally and physically.

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‘For all the players involved at the World Cup, it was not easy to move on to another season. For all of the French players involved, we needed more time to find a new rhythm.”

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Sitting fifth ‘doesn’t sit well’ at City

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Melbourne City was less than two wins away from being second on the A-League ladder following an epic come from behind win against the Western Sydney Wanderers two weeks ago.

But since Bart Schenkeveld’s 94th-minute winner at AAMI Park, City now sits fifth ‘ nine points behind Melbourne Victory in second and eight behind Sydney FC in third ‘ following two dull away losses against the Sky Blues (2-0) and fellow finals aspirant Wellington Phoenix (1-0). Still, it’s not good enough according to captain Scott Jamieson.

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