Southampton have finally sacked their manager Ralph Hasenhuttl following his side's unconvincing performance in the Barclays Premier league. The club is struggling in the league following its current form, and the club is currently 18th in the premier league table. Ralph Hasenhuttl's four years stay at the club managed to keep them away from the relegation zone with a moderate budget, though he couldn't do enough to prevent a pair of 9-0 defeats to Leicester City and Manchester City respectively.
The Management said: "Southampton Football Club can confirm it has parted company with Men’s First Team Manager Ralph Hasenhüttl. First Team Assistant Coach Richard Kitzbichler has also today left the club," a statement read."
"Hasenhüttl, who was appointed in December 2018, departs having made a significant contribution to the club, overseeing some memorable results and also playing a key role in the development of our club infrastructure, identity, and playing squad."
"However, we now believe it is an appropriate time to make a change. Everyone involved with the club would like to express their sincere thanks to Ralph for all of his efforts, as well as the unwavering commitment he has shown throughout his time as manager. First Team Lead Coach Rubén Sellés will take charge of the side on an interim basis for our game on Wednesday night. The club will be announcing a permanent replacement in due course."