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SportArmstrong misses Southampton trip through illness

14:50  08 july  2019
14:50  08 july  2019 Source:   readsport.co

Six Southampton players who must impress in pre-season

Six Southampton players who must impress in pre-season For the second successive season, Southampton were somewhat fortunate to avoid relegation from the Premier League. However, this year, the mood is far different. Ralph Hasenhuttl has inspired the supporters to believe in the team once again, and the prospect of a first full campaign under the Austrian is one that many rightly relish. The manager will take charge of his maiden pre-season in charge of the Saints this summer, and it is set to be an intriguing one.

Stuart Armstrong hasn’t travelled with Southampton for their pre-season trip to Austria, due to illness . Ralph Hasenhuttl and his players Also missing from the Austria trip are Charlie Austin and Mario Lemina, both of whom have been strongly linked with summer moves away from Southampton .

Six Southampton players who must impress in pre-season. For the second successive season, Southampton were somewhat fortunate to avoid relegation from the Premier League. However, this year, the mood is far different.

Armstrong misses Southampton trip through illness © Marc Atkins/Getty Images Sport Watford FC v Southampton FC - Premier League

Stuart Armstrong hasn’t travelled with Southampton for their pre-season trip to Austria, due to illness.

Ralph Hasenhuttl and his players have visited the Montafon region of Austria to take part in a training camp, ahead of the 2019/20 season.

Southampton have confirmed that 26 players have travelled in total, but Armstrong isn’t one of them.

The midfielder has been struck down with food poisoning, meaning he will stay at home and recover.

Armstrong enjoyed a good first season at Southampton in 2018/19, scoring four goals in 32 appearances.

He became an important figure after arriving from Celtic, and will hope that continues to be the case.

Also missing from the Austria trip are Charlie Austin and Mario Lemina, both of whom have been strongly linked with summer moves away from Southampton.

Guido Carrillo, Jordie Classie and Sam Gallagher could exit St Mary’s in the coming weeks, too, and the trio are also not taking part.

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