In the world of football where many big managers follow a policy of rotating their goalkeepers by dividing between them all competitions that their teams play, Tottenham appears to be an exception.
The club has three goalkeepers on their payroll, which include first-choice Hugo Lloris, his substitute Michel Vorm, and reserve player Pau Lopez.
Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino uses his reserve players sparingly, unlike his north London rival Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, who regularly divides Premier League games and cup competitions between first choice Petr Cech and substitute David Ospina.
Tottenham’s number 13 Michel Vorm joined Tottenham from Swansea in 2014 and has proven to be a reliable deputy to his captain, although he played just 4 games for Tottenham this season while Lloris started 24 times.
But despite not getting a lot of playing time, though, it appears that Vorm actually enjoys a wonderful relationship with Lloris.
Check out what journalist Lyall Thomas had to say about the two –