Three members of Ralph Hasenhuttl's backroom staff have been sacked at Southampton
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Southampton SACK three members of Ralph Hasenhuttl’s backroom staff but opt to stick with the Austrian manager in a major shakeup of their coaching set-up after losing 10 out of their final 13 Premier League games

  • Southampton finished 15th in the league and won one of their final 13 games
  • Their poor end to the season promoted a full review into how the year unfolded
  • Coaches Dave Watson, Kelvin Davis and Craig Fleming have all left the club

Southampton have parted with three members of Ralph Hasenhuttl’s backroom staff in a major shakeup of their coaching setup.

Southampton have confirmed the departures of first team assistant coach’s Dave Watson, Kelvin Davis and Craig Fleming from the St Mary’s club.

Southampton finished 15th this season but won just one of their final 13 games, losing 10.

Three members of Ralph Hasenhuttl's backroom staff have been sacked at Southampton

Three members of Ralph Hasenhuttl’s backroom staff have been sacked at Southampton

Dave Watson (pictured), along with Kelvin Davis and Craig Fleming have been sacked

Dave Watson (pictured), along with Kelvin Davis and Craig Fleming have been sacked

That prompted a full review into how their season unfolded, including their coaching options, and they have chosen to let the long-serving trio go in a show of faith in Hasenhuttl following the inquest.

Despite the ups and downs they have experienced, the Southampton hierarchy have acknowledged that Hasenhuttl has managed to retain their Premier League status in each of his four seasons, doing so with restricted finances.

Southampton, under the ownership of investment firm Sport Republic since January, will now freshen up the team supporting Hasenhuttl and also back him in the transfer market in an attempt to spark an upturn next season.

Hasenhuttl will be backed in the transfer market to improve the club's fortunes next season

Hasenhuttl will be backed in the transfer market to improve the club’s fortunes next season 

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