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newsfootball7 months ago

Derby County and Southampton’s FA Cup ties in jeopardy after rise in COVID-19 cases

Southampton’s FA Cup tie against Shrewsbury Town and Derby County’s tie against National League North team Chorley are in doubt after a rise in COVID-19 cases at Derby and Shrewsbury. The report has further added that the FA is working with the Professional Game Board to find a solution.
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featurefootball7 months ago

Ralph Hasenhuttl is building an empire at Southampton and he wants nothing stopping them

They may have been £5 million richer but losing Ronald Koeman left the Saints in a lurch as they watched one of the best managers in their modern history sign for Everton. But it was supposed to be fine because of Southampton’s history of finding shrewd managerial gems from around the world.
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newsfootball8 months ago

Good players always have more options but we hope Danny Ings stays, claims Ralph Hasenhuttl

With Danny Ings entering the final eighteen months of his contract, Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl has admitted that he hopes Ings stays despite the interest in him. The 28-year-old has become amongst England’s best strikers over the last few years, with 27 goals in 45 league appearances.
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newsfootball8 months ago

Don’t listen to rumours because I’m proud of what we’re doing at Southampton, proclaims Ralph Hasenhuttl

In lieu of the speculation linking him with a move away, Ralph Hasenhuttl has confessed that he has no plans of leaving as he is proud of the work they’re doing at Southampton. The Austrian has worked wonders at the St Mary’s and it has seen him linked with a move to some of Europe’s biggest sides.
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newsfootball9 months ago

Southampton are more than Danny Ings and we need others to step up, proclaims Ralph Hasenhuttl

In light on Danny Ings’ injury, Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl has asked the others within the team to step up in their prolific striker’s absence especially with the club playing well. The Englishman is set to miss six weeks for the Saints after suffering a knee injury against Aston Villa.
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newsfootball9 months ago

Danny Ings has hurt his knee but we are hoping that it isn’t too bad, admits Ralph Hasenhuttl

In light of Danny Ings being forced off the field, Southampton boss Ralph Hasnehuttl has admitted that while the striker did hurt his knee, the club hopes that it isn’t too bad an injury. The former Liverpool star has been in exceptional form for the Saints with him their top scorer with five goals.
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newsfootballa year ago

Southampton were better side but we showed more heart, admits Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho conceded that while Southampton were the better side, his Tottenham team showed a lot more heart to win the close FA Cup tie. The North Londoners were second best for large parts of the fourth-round replay but eventually surged past thanks to goals from Lucas Moura and Son Heung-Min.
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featurefootball2 years ago

Southampton need to 'Leicester City' their way back to prominence

After a humiliating loss, there are really only two ways to get back up. The first is to give up completely and resign to mediocrity eventually fading away and the second is to transform into the 1996/97 Red Devils. Either way, Southampton needs to find a way forward and stop moving backwards.
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newsfootball2 years ago

Southampton stepped up their game against Wolves, attests Ralph Hassenhuttl

Southampton manager Ralph Hassenhuttl said his team knew it was "time to show up" after the Saints managed to get a crucial point against Wolves. Hassenhuttl signed for Southampton last December and was able to save them from relegation but finds himself in a similar position this season as well.
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newsfootball2 years ago

Being manager in Premier League is dream, says Ralph Hasenhuttl

Ralph Hasenhuttl has admitted that being a coaching in the Premier League is the dream for any manager because it’s the best league in the world. The Austrian coached all three divisions in Germany before leading RB Leipzig to the Champions League in his first season and then left for Southampton.
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