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Ralph Hasenhuttl ready take on Saints challenge

08 December 2018, 10:02 | Henrietta Morgan

Ralph Hasenhuttl ready take on Saints challenge

Targett calls for Southampton to buy into ‘very intense’ Hasenhuttl tactics

They call for fresh direction in the middle of a season because they are desperate.There were familiar flaws for Hasenhuttl to digest from his lofty perch at Wembley, having been confirmed as Mark Hughes's successor in the morning, namely defensive timidity and looseness and, at the other end, a lack of any discernible goal threat until the game was over at 3-0 to Tottenham.

The former Ingolstadt and RB Leipzig coach, the first Austrian to manage in the Premier League, believes he can make an impact at St Mary's.

It was tempting to say that Ralph Hasenhuttl now knows the scale of the challenge that faces him at Southampton but the truth is the new manager was already painfully aware.

While managing the Bundesliga side, Hasenhuttl took Leipzig to a second-place finish in their first season in the top-flight.

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"Spurs have not had a Premier League draw in their last 19 games and I feel they will take maximum points at the King Power from an entertaining clash in the late kick-off on Saturday", Owen told BetVictor. It's a bit back to the roots for me.

"Last year I had a fantastic Champions League team, we were on a very high technical level". The step is not the easiest one, but I never want it easy in my life. "I'm always challenging myself, looking forward I'm not afraid of anything".

The engaging Hasenhuttl, who joked that his surname translates into English as "rabbit hutch", fired a word of warning that he will ship out any players not ready for hard work.

"The first target is to get out of relegation zone".

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'The focus for the near future has to be move as quickly as you can up the table.

"We have a lot of games and my football is all about training sessions, working on habits. If you have the chance to do so, it's okay, but if you don't it's not so easy".

It showed the size of the task facing Ralph Hasenhuettl, the Austrian who watched from the stands after being hired earlier in the day by Southampton to replace the fired Mark Hughes.

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