Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has admitted that he is surprised at the impressive start that his side have made to the season, Daily Mirror has reported.
Many people predicted them to struggle after losing a number of key players during the summer, with Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert, Calum Chambers, Luke Shaw and Dejan Lovren all leaving for top Premier League sides, but new signings Dusan Tadic, Graziano Pelle, Sadio Mane and Fra...More
After their setback at Tottenham, Ronald Koeman’s Southampton will be keen to return to winning ways when they host a rejuvenated Sunderland.
While it was disappointing to be overcome by former boss Mauricio Pochettino and his Spurs side, Southampton will still be immensely pleased with the way they have played so far this season.
Dusan Tadic has looked a revelation in his attacking midfield thanks to the freedom being provided by t...More
Southampton’s superb September earned further recognition with manager Ronald Koeman being named Premier League Manager of the Month and Graziano Pelle carrying off the Player of the Month award too, reports Sky Sports.
Saints fans will have had major concerns heading into the season, as the club sold a host of stars over the summer months including internationals Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert and Dejan Lovren all to Liverpool, with L...More
The international injury curse has struck again for Liverpool. But this time it’s not an English player in the treatment room. BBC Sport reported today of an injury to defender Dejan Lovren.
Summer signing Lovren sustained the abdominal injury when training with the Croatian national team. He will miss his country’s next two European qualification games.
Thanks to injuries when on international duty, club manager Brendan Rogers has ...More
After reports suggested Adam Lallana refused to play for former club Southampton in order to get his move to Liverpool the player has hit out at claims he describes as “completely false”, Sky Sports has reported.
Lallana had spent 14 years with the Saints – playing a key role in their promotion from League One straight to the Premier League, whilst himself growing into a much coveted player with numerous quality performances.
Italy Coach Antonio Conte believes striker Mario Balotelli needs time to settle in at Liverpool after leaving him out of the squad for the next round of Euro 2016 qualifiers, and says Southampton’s Graziano Pelle has earned his call-up, ESPN has reported.
The Azzurri play Azerbaijan and Malta over the upcoming international window but Balotelli has been left at home by Conte, who was appointed following the World Cup, after he resign...More
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