“We reached the minimal target early like every year, but the next step we couldn’t manage. This is not what we wanted.”
"This is still the title that is the most countable for everybody because it’s the hardest to get."
“Fans love him and we know how important he is to our team. The development of his game is why he’s a true winner."
The south-coast club are currently 13th in the table, two points behind 10th-placed Leicester.
“There are not a lot of positive things you can take out of this, because it is a big setback for him."
The 34-year-old is out of contract in the summer...
“In the moment, it’s not so easy to find the right person to talk to and to speak about futures of players."
"The chance is here this season, it’s a big goal for us. Therefore we need to win three or four from these seven games."
“As I know them and how they work, (Tuchel) will be very critical with them and will try to find a reaction."
The Man Utd centre-back was booed by England fans during this week’s friendly win over Ivory Coast.
Hasenhuttl feels his players must quickly regain focus on fine tuning their own performance...
Saint boss Hasenhuttl has emerged as a candidate to take over at Man United this summer.
“It’s strange to concentrate on a game you should have played two months ago vs a completely different team."
Two separate reports from well-sourced journalists say Man Utd players accept *some* of the blame, but...
Pochettino and Ten Hag remain the frontrunners, but United are also keen on Hasenhuttl.
"We thought we could play pretty football today and that simply isn't enough in the Premier League."
“We can do it, no question, but the expectation to reach European spots is far away from being realistic."
Southampton have had a tremendous season that could have a cherry on top if they get their priorities right.
“The rest of the day is affected by worrying about children, women, people dying in a needless war.”
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has praised his side after they comfortably beat Norwich…
"We have to consistently perform and when we do this there is always a chance to stay where we are in the moment.”
Southampton star Bednarek insisted Hasenhuttl deserves to manage “the biggest teams in the world”.
Hasenhuttl was not the first boss to publicly dismantle Man Utd's tactics this season. He may not be the last.
Southampton were the latest side to frustrate Man Utd and could have even snatched victory at Old Trafford.
"They had a better first half, we had a better second so we will take the draw."
"I don't think it would be a bad thing. The way he goes about his business, he looks good."
Hasenhuttl worked with Rangnick at RB Leipzig before his departure in 2018.
“You can definitely see this season after a tough start we are getting better and better."
Hasenhuttl has been overlooked for so long that he might retire by the time his brilliance is properly noted.
Hasenhuttl told Kicker that he was eyeing up retirement when his Southampton deal expires in 2024.