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SportHughes' position as manager not in 'imminent danger'

18:55  08 november  2018
18:55  08 november  2018 Source:   readsport.co

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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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.

Hughes' position as manager not in 'imminent danger' © Michael Steele/Getty Images Sport Michael Steele/Getty Images Sport

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.

Southampton pleased with Hughes' performance

Southampton pleased with Hughes' performance Southampton are pleased with how Mark Hughes is performing as manager of the club. According to Sky Sports, Southampton are not yet prepared to sack Hughes and are happy with how he has done this season. This is despite Southampton having won one of their 11 Premier League game this season and having only won one home game in 2018. The Saints currently sit 17th in the table and have eight points from their opening 11 matches – with one win and five draws. The report claims that the Saints board would have liked one more win from their start to the season, but remain pleased with Hughes and the squad they built over the summer. This is despite summer signings Jannik Vestergaard, Mo Elyounoussi, Angus Gunn and Stuart Armstrong failing to get regular places in the starting XI.

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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.

Hughes' position as manager not in 'imminent danger' © Alex Livesey/Getty Images Sport Manchester City v Southampton FC - Premier League

Moyes and Allardyce named as potential Hughes replacements.
Former West Ham and Everton managers Sam Allardyce and David Moyes are both in the running to replace Mark Hughes at Southampton. According to a report from the Daily Mirror, both ex-Premier League bosses are under consideration for the job, with pressure mounting on Mark Hughes. It has been suggested that Hughes could be out of a job by the end of the weekend if Southampton fail to beat Watford on Saturday. The Saints have won just once in 11 games and look set for another battle against relegation. Moyes has been out of work since leaving West Ham at the end of the season, while Allardyce’s last post was a mixed spell at Everton. The former was largely credited with the way that he steadied the ship during a difficult period for West Ham, who themselves were struggling in the opening stages of last season. Both managers have built up reputations for being ‘firefighter’ managers and would certainly be tasked with guiding the Saints away from the bottom three.

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