Date: 22nd May 2019 at 6:30am
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It’s all eyes to the summer transfer window for Southampton fans as we look to see what kind of deals Austrian manager Ralph Hasenhuttl will be allowed to do by our Board as we look to get the club back on an upward curve after a disappointing couple of years in the Premier League.

Having secured our top flight status with a couple of games to spare following his arrival at the club as Mark Hughes’ replacement, Hasenhuttl’s approach and belief in youth has certainly restored some optimism and plenty are relishing the opportunity to see what he can actually do with his own group of players and a full pre-season to get his ideas and demands across.

With plenty of speculation on the rumour mill, the Sun recently claimed that we were preparing to ‘swoop’ for Swansea City attacker Jordan Ayew after he spent the year with Crystal Palace.

Having struggled at Aston Villa, Swansea and then only managing one goal in 20 top flight appearances for Palace, I have no idea what they are feeding Sun journalists in the canteen, but he seems to be the polar opposite of what we’d find attractive given our struggle for goals.

It’s fair to say the suggestion hasn’t gone down well with fans on social media.

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2 Replies to ““Awful Player” “God Help Us” – These Saints Fans React With Horror To Recent Speculation”

  • The headlines on this site always tend to be clickbait. I wouldn’t mind but the articles that are generally posted are rehashes of other sites who have published and unsubstantiated articles int he first place. The tone of your pieces are, more often than not, sensationalised and negative. You publish a few disgruntled fans’ opinions about a story that is bogus. There is nothing ‘vital’ about your news.

    • Don’t read then. It’s the way of the world and I’m no different from any other site out there, although I’d argue I’m negative, I cover what interests me and what I think will interest others but at this time of the year it’s all transfer nonsense and I ignore more than I cover.

      Click-bait is a headline unrelated to the article btw, I don’t do that.

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