Southampton are looking to win for the fourth Premier League game in a row against a Queens Park Rangers side that has conceded eight without reply in their two away fixtures.
Since taking one point from their opening two matches, the Saints have not looked back, with Ronald Koeman having enjoyed considerable success early on with his new-look team. Dusan Tadic and Graziano Pelle have linked up well, while Sadio Mane looked a livewi...More
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has praised Sadio Mane after the winger helped knock out Arsenal in the Capital One Cup on his debut, Sky Sports has reported.
The Saints saw off the Gunners with a 2-1 win at the Emirates Stadium despite falling a goal behind from Alexis Sanchez’s free-kick. Goals from Dusan Tadic, a penalty, and Nathanial Clyne with a long-range rocket overturned the deficit, but it was Mane who most caught Koeman’...More
Southampton youngster James Ward-Prowse has been side lined for up to ten weeks after it was confirmed that the player has fractured his foot, the BBC has reported.
The 19-year-old has enjoyed a fast rise from the Southampton academy to now, slowly becoming more and more of a prominent member in their first team picture.
Following the sales of stars such as Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert and Luke Shaw the side were expected to struggl...More
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman remained calm despite his side moving up to second place in the Premier League thanks to a 1-0 win at Swansea City, Goal.com has reported.
The first half largely belonged to the Welsh club, for whom Wayne Routledge came the closest when his shot clipped to top of the crossbar. However, the game changed six minutes before half time when striker Wilfried Bony received his second yellow card for a foul ...More
Swansea City will be hoping to recover from their opening defeat of the season when they take on a Southampton side which has also made a strong start.
A Chelsea equaliser on the stroke of half time was the turning point as the title hopefuls eventually had too much for Garry Monk’s side, but they managed to score twice at Stamford Bridge, and played confident and attractive attacking football throughout, and the early signs are tha...More
Southampton chairman Ralph Krueger has claimed that the club are stronger after their major upheaval in the transfer market over the summer, BBC Sport has reported.
The Saints matched their best ever Premier League finish of eighth place last season, after which manager Mauricio Pochettino left to take over the vacant position at Tottenham. His departure was soon followed by those of a number of key players, with captain Adam Lallana...More
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