All rights reserved Ings has so far failed to register in two appearances this campaign.Saints manager Hasenhuttl hailed the England international as “one of the best strikers in Europe” and was quick to quash the transfer talk.The 28-year-old has firmly established himself as Southampton’s star performer since joining his boyhood club in 2018 following an injury-hit spell with Liverpool.“He loves what we do here, he loves to play for us, and the team loves to play with him.”Search for jobs and vacancies on Jersey’s most popular website.“To be an alternative for another club or being here, the most important striker in our team – one of our own, if you want – then you know how much he likes to be here,” said HasenhuttlSouthampton crashed out of the Carabao Cup to second-tier Brentford on Wednesday evening after losing their opening top-flight fixture 1-0 at Crystal Palace.Search Jersey’s biggest property marketplace for local properties for sale or for rent.Saints striker Ings hit 25 goals last term.Hasenhuttl is adamant Ings would prefer to be the main man at St Mary’s than potentially play second fiddle to England captain Harry Kane in north London.Ings hit 25 goals for the south-coast club last season, prompting an enquiry from Premier League rivals Spurs.“He is 100 per cent happy to be here and, for us, it’s 100 per cent not discussable that we (allow to) leave one of the best strikers in Europe.Ralph Hasenhuttl insists Danny Ings has “zero interest” in leaving Southampton and dismissed reports of the player being sold to Tottenham as “absolutely nonsense”.Saints winger Nathan Redmond suffered an ankle ligament injury in the 2-0 midweek defeat to the Bees and will be unavailable to face Spurs.His red-hot form recently earned a recall to the international set-up, five years after he won his maiden cap.
RALPH Hasenhuttl described the development of a B team at Data returned from the Piano 'meterActive/meterExpired' callback These adverts enable local businesses to get in front of their target audience – the Nathan Redmond has become a key component in Ralph Hasenhuttl’s revolution - but still finds himself throwing his boots in the dressing room. "Everybody is taking care of each other and I think this is what should make us special."
As a player, the Austrian won four league titles in his homeland before having spells in Belgium and Germany, while representing his country eight times and scoring three goals. Earlier this month, the club announced they would be revamping their under-23s side into a B team for the new campaign, in what they described as a "structural and philosophical overhaul". "I think you could immediately see an identity in the youth teams now and this is the way we want to go.
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Saints were dumped out of the Carabao Cup by Brentford on Wednesday evening.
By Matt Crocker does a fantastic job there, Craig Fleming and Kelvin Davis, they are very responsible for this development. Two members of the Saints academy who signed new long-term deals with the club during pre-season were 20-year-old duo Will Smallbone and Jake Vokins. The Austrian is nearing the end of his first full campaign as Saints boss, with Hasenhuttl overseeing a remarkable turnaround after Southampton found themselves in the bottom three in December. We are now a big family if you want. It seems that it’s going in the right direction. Ralph Hasenhuttl was appointed Southampton’s manager on 5 December 2018, replacing Mark Hughes. Southampton have a lot of work to do to rediscover the form they showed towards the end of last season, manager Ralph Hasenhuttl said after his side … Are you sure you want to delete this comment?
“The only thing I want to say for these rumours is that there’s absolutely zero interest from Danny to go anywhere.Sorry, we are not accepting comments on this article.“Any rumours about that are absolutely nonsense and hopefully this is the last time we speak about this.”Midfielder Stuart Armstrong could return to Hasenhuttl’s squad having resumed training following a thigh injury sustained on international duty with Scotland.Ings enjoyed the finest season of his career last term, registering 22 top-flight goals to finish a single strike behind Golden Boot winner Jamie Vardy.Ahead of Sunday’s meeting with Jose Mourinho’s men, the Austrian said: “I don’t know how often I spoke last season about Danny Ings, how important he is for our club.
Ralph Hasenhuttl has won the final Premier League Manager of the Month award of the 2019-2020 season after Southampton went unbeaten in … Ralph Hasenhuttl has admitted that he has learned a lot about himself during the course of the season with Southampton.
Southampton midfielder Redmond, 26, … Ralph Hasenhuttl insists Danny Ings has “zero interest” in leaving Southampton and dismissed reports of the player being sold to Tottenham as “absolutely nonsense”.
RALPH Hasenhuttl described Saints’ community workout throughout the coronavirus crisis as “absolutely outrageous”. The move sees training not clash between the first and B teams, allowing Hasenhuttl and his coaches the chance to oversee the development of the club's youngsters.
Dave Horseman's side will also now play most of their games at Show caption Hasenhuttl could give some of his talented youngsters an opportunity tomorrow, when Saints host Championship Brentford in the Carabao Cup (7.45pm). Discussing the benefits of the changes, Hasenhuttl told the Daily Echo: "Absolutely it was a long-term decision we took, working with our Playbook, bringing staff from the first team to develop the staff in the academy and this has made a very good start.
"We must give them a chance and meanwhile I think after a few years where it was not definitely so clear that this is the philosophy of