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SportHasenhuttl wants to get name known in Premier League

17:05  06 december  2018
17:05  06 december  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Hasenhuttl gives his verdict after Cardiff defeat

Hasenhuttl gives his verdict after Cardiff defeat New Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl was pleased with his side’s performance despite their 1-0 loss to Cardiff City on Saturday, Football 365 reports. Cardiff’s Callum Paterson latched onto a Jannik Vestergaard error to gift Cardiff all three points from their relegation rivals. Hasenhuttl was only appointed Saints manager on Thursday, giving him just two days with his squad before his opening match. Hasenhuttl took over from Mark Hughes following his sacking last week and has previous managerial experience with Bundesliga side RB Leipzig. Southampton sit three points from safety and are only denied being bottom of the Premier League table by Fulham’s inferior goal difference. Hasenhuttl gave his thoughts on his team’s performance after the match: “I was not disappointed with what my team showed me.” “The mentality was OK and the team is trying to get out of this situation.” “They have to believe in what we’re doing and I saw that they did it for a very long time.” “We had two days good training, but it probably wasn’t enough.” “Even though it is a very difficult situation for the whole club, I am not afraid of the challenge of doing better than we did here.” Prior to the Austrian’s appointment, the Saints had won just one league game all season under Hughes.

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New Southampton boss Ralph Hassenhuttl has revealed that he wants to get his name known in the Premier League, as he takes over as Saints boss.

Mark Hughes was sacked earlier this week after a 2-2 draw with Manchester United.

Hassenhuttl was quickly appointed as his replacement, with the former RB Leipizig being hired on Wednesday.

Speaking for the first time since getting the job, the Austrian boss said, via the Daily Mail.

“It’s a big challenge, but also the logical next step in my career. My goal is to get my name known here in the Premier League.”

“When I left Leipzig I was thinking about my next step, and I want to stand in front of a new team, new language, to get developed personally and in my view of football. That’s why I made the decision to come to Southampton.”

Hasenhüttl cancels Southampton players' day off

Hasenhüttl cancels Southampton players' day off New Saints manager Ralph Hasenhüttl has made the decision to cancel a scheduled day-off for his players. The Southampton team had been scheduled to have Monday to themselves after a weekend that saw them travel to Cardiff, but the Austrian tactician saw no call for his men to be given a rest. Calling them in for a meeting, it seems clear that the former Leipzig manager was unsatisfied with his side’s performance in their 1-0 defeat to the Welsh outfit. The result in South Wales meant a run of 12 matches without a win for Southampton in the Premier League, meaning Hasenhüttl’s project have won one game in all competitions since the start of September. Thankfully for Southampton, the rest of the Premier League cellar dwellers are having similar problems. Just a win from safety, the congestion of the bottom half of the table means survival is still well within the realms of possibility for Saints fans. Actions like cancelling a day off are likely to please the Southampton faithful, with Hasenhüttl seemingly willing to ruffle some feathers in an effort to turn the team’s fortunes around.

Hasenhuttl becomes the Premier League 's first Austrian manager. He led promoted RB Leipzig to second place in the Bundesliga in his debut 2016/17 He left the club in May. Hasenhuttl will officially take charge on Thursday. His first PL match will be when Southampton visit Cardiff City on Saturday

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“I want to put my footsteps in the snow here. It’s a bit back to the roots for me. Last year I had a fantastic Champions League team, we were on a very high technical level. The step is not the easiest one, but I never want it easy in my life. I always challenge myself. I’m looking forward, not afraid of anything.”

The Austrian manager has had a lot of experience in Germany, and has secured promotion from the 2.Bundesliga on multiple occasions.

Hasenhuttl wants to get name known in Premier League © Francesco Pecoraro/Getty Images Sport Francesco Pecoraro/Getty Images Sport

His recent spell with RB Leipzig saw the German side challenge Bayern Munich for the title, before a disappointing spell last season.

However, Hasenhuttl has taken a grounded approach with Southampton, who a firmly in a relegation dogfight.

Klopp backs Hasenhuttl to succeed in the Premier League

Klopp backs Hasenhuttl to succeed in the Premier League Ralph Hasenhüttl is on the verge of being appointed Southampton manager, and he’s been given the seal of approval by one Jürgen Klopp. The Austrian tactician left RB Leipzig in May of this year, and the Saints job will be his first in English football. As excitement builds for the arrival of the 51-year-old, Klopp has offered kind words to the incoming boss. Quoted by the Daily Echo, the Liverpool manager said: “Tall guy, a good guy as well.” “Very lively football, very aggressive, pressing, actually very lively approach I would say.” “A good guy and Southampton, how I heard it, is a nice city.” “It sounds like a win-win situation.” In his time at Leipzig, Hasenhüttl won 40 of 83 games, guiding Die Bullen to a second placed finish in the 2016-17 season. The former striker replaces Mark Hughes, who became a much ostracised figure in his final days at the club.

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Ralph Hasenhuttl has been compared to Jurgen Klopp with his attacking style but knows how to scrap and snarl out of relegation so who is the man It was at RB Leipzig, though, that Hasenhuttl became a household name . Tasked with keeping the freshly promoted side in the Bundesliga, he led

“The first target is to get out of relegation zone. The near future has to be move as quickly as we can out of the zone.”

“We have a lot of games and my football is all about training sessions, working on habits. If you have the chance to do so, it’s okay, but if you don’t it’s not so easy.”

The Austrian’s first game in charge will be a tough one against fellow strugglers Cardiff City this weekend.

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Southampton appoint Ralph Hasenhuttl as their new manager.
Southampton Football Club have officially confirmed Ralph Hasenhuttl as the club’s new first-team manager. The 51-year-old joins the club following his departure from RB Leipzig at the end of the 2017/18 campaign. Following the Saints’ decision to sack Mark Hughes on Monday morning, Hasenhuttl was swiftly approached over the vacancy and was evidently won over by the club’s plans for the future. Hughes’ departure was confirmed after the team’s uninspiring start to the season. Southampton have won only one game in the Premier League this term and will be hopeful of change following the Austrian’s arrival at St Mary’s Stadium. Hasenhuttl led RB Leipzig to a second-place finish in their first Bundesliga campaign after he helped them secure promotion in his maiden season at the club. He will now be keen to begin work with his new side as he gears up for his first ever professional tenure in English football.

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