Delighted To Be Back Says Returning Tottenham Hotspur Star
Dec 09 2018
It showed me the relationship is good, but they have to accept another style of footballIt is a results business and we have to get them as soon as possible.
He said: "At 3-0 maybe we drop a little bit in our concentration I think we start to think the game was over and always it is so unsafe when there is so much time to play". Already Southampton fans may be thinking this sounds more fun than the Mark Hughes era.
It will not happen overnight of course and the first task will be to get Saints' team of under-achievers to remember how to win.
"Hugo Lloris was man of the match and that's something I'm disappointed about", he added.
"We had a few chances but in this best period we almost made an own goal. But I feel it was job done and I'm happy with the three points".
"As a player, you want to play in all the big games but the most important thing is the team".
"We know each other and we were sat our Federation Internationale de Football Association pro-licence tests together".
Prizes include, a trip to Old Trafford to watch Man United take on Liverpool in the Premier League, tickets to Ireland's home games in the Six Nations, All Ireland football and hurling final tickets and much more.
"This managerial change offers us a fresh start and, very quickly, Ralph emerged as our ideal candidate".
Former RB Leipzig boss Hasenhuttl said he faced a tough challenge in keeping Southampton in the Premier League, particularly with the number of games on the horizon.
Southampton are on the longest winless run in the Premier League this season with their last victory coming at Crystal Palace in September.
But he inherits a Southampton side who have picked up just nine points from their opening 15 games of the season, with a visit to Cardiff next on Saturday. Both teams enter the weekend in the middle of a relegation battle.
He left Aalen after losing several key players, suggesting to Swabische that he could "not set new goals" with the club.
Southampton chairman Ralph Krueger said: "The urgency to find a path back to our potential and to the results that we expect can not be underestimated".