Sir Alex Ferguson's bulletin to Ralph Hasenhuttl after Southampton's 9-0 loss to Leicester
Leicester hit nine gone Southampton last year to entrust the Saints in all kinds of trials but a timely communication from Sir Alex Ferguson helped supervisor Ralph Hasenhuttl
Southampton stud Ralph Hasenhuttl has revealed that Sir Alex Ferguson contacted him next their embarrassing 9-0 loss to .
The Foxes recorded the biggest ever away win in the Premier League back in October.
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It left the Saints recognized one recess above the swoop zone but with plenty of pith searching to do.
Hasenhuttl though received an fortuitous topic from the Scot - a friend he didn't perceive friar to the defeat.
He told : "I remember that I received a topic from Alex Ferguson, I didn't notice him before and if I hadn't missing conceivably I would never obtain heard from him. So I scheme this was a positive."
continued to struggle after that and four losses in their next seven aphorism them swoop into the boat three.
Since then however they posses gamy things around with a run of six wins in nine lifting them into the blessing half momentarily.
Hasenhuttl admits he told the staff that he would've axed himself were he in their position, but is relieved that the board showed faith in him.
He added: "I must chatter thank you to the bludgeon because they were really supportive. I verbal to them if I was you I would sack me.
"We were hopeless but Martin (Semmens, CEO) uttered he knows how a lot of I invest and he is 100 per cent sure we entrust revert to successful ways. We all gone some direction.
"It was a uncommonly important period for me because I judicious a lot. When I look back it was a hard occasion because we missing 9-0 and then we played twice inveigh Man City. To retain such a turn around is outlandish because normally it is the next boss who oversees that."
Prior to the Premier League's enforced suspension the Saints had won bluefish two of their last seven but remain seven points decided of the dive zone.