Ralph Hasenhuttl, Southampton manager admit no worries Despite being expect to not escape being fired by Monday.
Southampton Dropped into the relegation zone, ranked 18th in the table after losing 1-4 at St Mary’s Stadium against Newcastle United on Sunday. Amid heavy boos from Saints fans as the ufabet team has won just one of their last 8 games.
“I’ve never been worried. I try to do my duty. That’s what I’m intereste in.” Hasenhuttl Answered questions about his future after the game on Sunday.
And when asked if the game against Newcastle became the last game in the team. Southampton or not? The 55-year-old Austrian coach replied: “You know what? I have made many decisions since I came here. But one of the good things is that I didn’t have to make this decision.”
There are news reports that Board of Directors Southampton Call for an urgent meeting on Monday. A day after the game against Newcastle to decide on the future of Hasenhuttl. Which is expecte to have a resolution to retire from the position.
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