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Sport Ghost Games: Hasenhüttl sees advantages for Southampton

12:55  12 november  2020
12:55  12 november  2020 Source:   ran.de

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Munich - Team manager Ralph Hasenhüttl also sees the games without football fans in the stadium as the recipe for success of his FC Southampton in the Premier League.

Hasenhüttl sieht Vorteile in Geisterspielen für das Team © NICK POTTSPOOLAFPNICK POTTSPOOLAFPNICK POTTS Hasenhüttl sees advantages in ghost games for team

"As a coach, I can coach much better in ghost games, that definitely helps us," said the former Leipzig coach to kicker: "And the players have a lot more peace of mind on the ball when they are not pushed by the stands. "

"Mental difference"

According to Hasenhüttl, that is "a mental difference". The surprise team is fourth after eight games in the Premier League. Of course, Hasenhüttl would "much rather celebrate with our fans in the stadium than play without them," he emphasized.

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The Saints decided to change their philosophy during the break in lockdown last spring. "Now is a good time to play football with more risk," said Hasenhüttl, who then saw "many steps" forward in every area of ​​the game.

Now it is important that "we are so stable in these areas of the game that we don't mind if fans are allowed again," he said.

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