- Thu Mar 29 9:54 PM
Preview Percy 's back and he's not happy. And he has calmed down a hellova lot during the Cup/International break. Not that it shows. Here's his take on this weekend's visit of Southampton
- Thu Mar 29 4:45 PM
London (AFP) – Mark Hughes said he wants to capitalise on the negativity engulfing fellow Premier League strugglers West Ham when he takes Southampton to the troubled London Stadium on Saturday. West Ham’s last home game, a 3-0 defeat by Burnley, was marred by pitch invasions and protests against...
- Thu Mar 29 12:52 PM
Uncertainty over the future of Sam Gallagher Vitalfootball: Birmingham: 29/03/2018 12:33:51 Southampton will take their time before deciding Sam Gallagher`s future this summer
- Wed Mar 28 4:55 PM
Marko Arnautovic will be aiming to make new Southampton boss Mark Hughes eat his words when the latter visits the Olympic Stadium this weekend.
- Tue Mar 27 6:03 PM
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- Mon Mar 26 7:24 PM
Can Hughes Get Romeu Firing Again? Vitalfootball: Southampton: 26/03/2018 19:00:23 This season Oriol Romeu
has been a mere shadow of the player that he was last season.
- Mon Mar 26 6:46 PM
If you want to be a Saintsation, you have to give up control over your personal life, a new complaint alleges. Former New Orleans Saints cheerleader Bailey Davis has filed a complaint with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission after being fired from the team, according to a report f...
- Mon Mar 26 1:44 PM
Manuel Lanzini scored his first goal from Argentina at the weekend - but could be a doubt for this weekend's big Premier League clash with Southampton.
|Overall I can't be disappointed with that performance,
Hughes said. We created more efforts on goal.
Jose has been successful in every club he's been at. He's an astute manager, he always has a plan,
Clearly, Leicester are still dealing with the tragic loss of their owner. I'd imagine there's still a lot of emotion around every game they play,
said Southampton manager Mark Hughes. We will have to deal with that in our own way, along with being respectful to them as well.
There's always questions, there's always noise,
Hughes said. There's always an opportunity for people to question your position or your work.