Connect with us

2021-2022-Season

#PLStories – Ralph Hasenhuttl confident about improvement in Southampton’s performance after International Break #SaintsFC

BOSS Ralph Hasenhuttl vowed Saints would graft across the international break as they look to up their Premier League points tally later this month.

The St Mary’s side have already featured against the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea during a difficult opening run of fixtures.

Saints have picked up four points from their opening seven league contests and are yet to win in the division thus far.

Hasenhuttl, however, insisted his side would come back with “all the effort we have put in so far” in a bid to get wins on the board.

Asked what the main topic would be on the training field over the next two weeks, the Saints boss said: “Get some energy. It cost us a lot last week, I think.

“Then come back with all the effort we have put in so far and try to win games – this is the key.”

He added: “Like always at first, a little bit of recovering. It was tough in the past week. We should keep our heads up and then concentrate and work on being competitive.

“We had a tough schedule at the beginning. We had all the tough teams in the moment but we showed we can be competitive.”

Saints are next in action when they host Leeds United at St Mary’s on October 16.

The south coast side then host Burnley, another side yet to register a league victory this season, on October 23.

Ralph Hasenhuttl

Ralph Hasenhuttl vowed Saints would graft across the international break as they look to up their Premier League points tally later this month. Asked what the main topic would be on the training field over the next two weeks,

Ralph Hasenhuttl said: “Get some energy. It cost us a lot last week, I think. Then come back with all the effort we have put in so far and try to win games – this is the key. Like always at first, a little bit of recovering. It was tough in the past week. We should keep our heads up and then concentrate and work on being competitive. We had a tough schedule at the beginning. We had all the tough teams in the moment but we showed we can be competitive.”

Saints are next in action when they host Leeds United at St Mary’s on October 16. The south coast side then host Burnley, another side yet to register a league victory this season, on October 23. The St Mary’s side have already featured against the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea during a difficult opening run of fixtures. Saints have picked up four points from their opening seven league contests and are yet to win in the division thus far. Hasenhuttl, however, insisted his side would come back with “all the effort we have put in so far” in a bid to get wins on the board.

English Premier League fan since 1992. Travel enthusiast, sports buff and blog writer with deep interest in watching sports - English premier league, American Football, Basketball, Tennis, Cricket.. you name it.. Firm believer in giving back to the community which gives you happiness and identity. My inspiration - “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” – Mother Teresa

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Fans Donation

Popular Posts

Recent Posts

More in 2021-2022-Season

You cannot copy content of this page
%d bloggers like this: