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18:55  08 november  2018
18:55  08 november  2018 Source:

Hughes hails Stephens and Hoedt following Newcastle draw

Hughes hails Stephens and Hoedt following Newcastle draw Southampton manager Mark Hughes drew positives from his side’s stalemate with Newcastle United on Saturday and was quick to praise the defensive duo of Jack Stephens and Wesley Hoedt. Hughes opted to continue with the partnership following their efforts in Southampton’s 0-0 draw at Bournemouth last weekend, in which Stephens received a rare chance to impress. The pair continued to keep their opposing numbers out and helped Saints secure their second clean sheet in succession. Hughes, as quoted by Southampton’s official club website, lamented his side’s lack of ruthlessness in front of goal but reserved praise for their defensive structure in recent times. The Welshman sought positive factors from the draw at St Mary’s Stadium and said: “In the second half, Jack and Wesley stopped things at the source and were prepared to step in and start to ask questions with their passes to set off attacks in the opposition half. We need that from them as well.” “Overall, there were a number of things I was pleased with but clearly, at the top end of the pitch, we need to start converting chances.” Stephens himself had a good chance to score the decisive goal in the clash but saw his looping header well-saved by Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka in the first half.

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Southampton manager Mark Hughes is not believed to be in any ‘imminent danger’ of losing his job, despite recent reports.

According to the Telegraph, Hughes is under pressure from the club’s board to turn results around this season, but his position as manager is not in any imminent danger.

These claims have been backed up by the decision to part ways with both Les Reed and Martin Hunter, the club’s vice chairman and technical director.

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The club confirmed the two high-profile departures on Thursday morning, with the poor transfer policy in recent years believed to be the overriding factor in this season’s struggles.

Strachan linked with Southampton return to replace Hughes

Strachan linked with Southampton return to replace Hughes Former Southampton manager Gordon Strachan is said to be among the favourites to replace Mark Hughes. According to reports from the Daily Record, Strachan is in the running for the Southampton job, should the club look to part ways with Mark Hughes in the immediate future. There are growing concerns over Hughes’ position after an embarrassing defeat away to Manchester City on Sunday afternoon. The Saints were on the back of a 6-1 thrashing against Pep Guardiola’s men and are still only to register a single win this season. Strachan spent three years in charge of Southampton between 2001 and 2004 and remains a popular figure among some of the supporters. He helped guide the club into Europe and the FA Cup final but has been out of work since leaving the Scottish national team last year. Strachan has not managed in club football since 2010, which may be a cause of concern for some Southampton supporters.

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It had been suggested that Hughes could be sacked by the end of the weekend if the Saints do not secure three points against Watford, but these latest reports hint that this may not be the case, despite many supporters calling for the club to make a change in the dugout.

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Saints set to make decision on Mark Hughes' future after Fulham game.
Southampton are set to make a decision on the future of manager Mark Hughes after their clash against Fulham this weekend, the Daily Mail reports. Mark Hughes is under increasing pressure at Southampton and the club’s chiefs are ready to give Hughes the sack should they lose to Fulham. With the Saints sitting near the foot of the Premier League table, the club’s chiefs are weary of making a managerial change late on in the season as they did with Mauricio Pellegrino last term. The club believe they should have opted to fire Pellegrino sooner than they did last campaign after leaving him in charge until March when the club were just one point away from the drop zone, The Southampton hierarchy are keen to see a quick turn around in results, with club chiefs believing that the squad is far better than the 17th place that they currently occupy in the league. The Saints have games again Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur coming up after the Fulham clash and so will be desperate to take some points away from the London club this weekend.

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