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05/12/2018 - 17:13 GMT

Ralph Hasenhuttl Is Winner, Former Bundesliga Striker Indicates

 




Former Bundesliga striker Jan Age Fjortoft has indicated that new Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl has a winning mentality.

Hasenhuttl has been named the new Southampton manager and has replaced Mark Hughes, who was sacked after the Saints’ indifferent run of form this season.




The Austrian has a solid managerial CV and took Ingolstadt to the German top flight for the first time in their history.

Hasenhuttl’s impressive achievement with the Bavarian side earned him a role with RB Leipzig and he became a household name in the Bundesliga after helping the East German side finish second in the league table in their first ever top flight season.
 


Fjortoft had the opportunity to play against Hasenhuttl in his playing days and feels that the new Southampton manager’s winning mentality stems from his success as a striker.

“In the days I was the striker of Rapid Vienna – he was the striker of Austria Vienna.


“He won the titles.

"We won the derbies.


“The Austrian is rated highly in Germany”,
Fjortoft wrote on Twitter.

Southampton are currently in the bottom three of the Premier League and will hope to bounce back under Hasenhuttl.