Southampton chief Semmens explains Hasenhuttl sacking
Southampton chief exec Martin Semmens has explained the sacking of Ralph Hasenhuttl.
The Austrian was axed this month and replaced by former Luton manager Nathan Jones.
Semmens told the Athletic: When I first started working with Ralph, he said you have to evolve.
So you either change the manager, coaches or the players. We got to a point where at the end of last season it wasn't working.
We needed to make a change in that environment and there were many paths we could have gone down.
During the summer, Saints parted ways with three first-team coaches in Dave Watson, Craig Fleming and Kelvin Davis.
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