Date: 30th October 2019 at 8:00am
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Southampton’s season on the pitch has been nothing short of disastrous, but off it, things have been just as bad, and the departure of Danny Rohl has been one of the key departures.

Ralph Hasenhuttl’s former assistant manager left the club in late July to take up a coaching role at Bayern Munich as reported by The Southern Daily Echo, however, according to The Daily Mail, Southampton players are struggling to adapt without Rohl at the club, with the ex-Saints coach the man behind most of the Saints training sessions as well as game plans.

And it isn’t only the players who believe that there is a clear correlation between Rohl leaving and results dropping off, with many supporters on social media also behind the theory that the departure of the former Southampton assistant manager has worsened the club this season and is a reason as to why Hasenhuttl’s side have underperformed this campaign.

Here’s what some Southampton fans had to say about The Daily Mail’s claims of players linking Rohl’s departure with the club’s poor form in recent weeks…

The sudden departure of Rohl has seemingly had a big effect on Southampton for all the wrong reasons…

The Saints currently find themselves in 18th in the Premier League following a club-record defeat to Leicester City last Friday.

 

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