- Sat Oct 28 9:58 AM
The Saints chase back-to-back wins for the first time this season at south-coast rivals Brighton on Sunday and the former Alaves boss told a press conference he needs more time.
- Fri Oct 27 11:01 AM
The Manchester United left back revealed that the Argentine got the very best out of him at Southampton
- Fri Oct 27 8:00 AM
Graeme Souness is optimistic Liverpool could still sign Southampton captain Virgil van Dijk in the January transfer window. The Reds were heavily linked with a move to sign the 26-year-old centre-half in the summer but Liverpool were unable to conclude a deal for the highly-rated Netherlands inte...
- Fri Oct 27 6:00 AM
Pat Nevin has questioned why Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp didn’t have a contingency plan in the event of Virgil van Dijk staying at Southampton in the summer transfer window. The Reds targeted the Netherlands international early in the summer transfer window in an attempt to bolster their leaky...
- Thu Oct 26 5:32 PM
Manchester United left back Luke Shaw
has revealed he wants to play under Mauricio Pochettino again after previously playing under the Argentine at Southampton.
- Wed Oct 25 9:31 AM
Claude Puel is closing in on the Leicester manager job after holding two positive interviews with club hierarchy. The Frenchman could be named Foxes boss in the next 48 hours.
- Wed Oct 25 8:56 AM
Today’s gossip is looking for a fresh start He may have steered Southampton to an eighth place finish in the Premier League last season, but in doing so Claude Puel seemed to leave regulars at Saint Mary’s decidedly underwhelmed by the manner in which he went about his work. The Frenchman’s on-pi...
- Tue Oct 24 2:54 PM
Former Southampton boss Claude Puel has emerged as the front-runner for
|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.