SAINTS split from much of Ralph Hasenhuttl’s behind-the-scenes staff, as Kelvin Davis, Dave Watson and Craig Fleming left the club.
The first major shock in Hasenhuttl’s coaching staff since the summer of 2019 came after just one win in their last 12 Premier League games.
Fleming, Watson and Davis serve as first team assistant coaches in the Saints.
The Saints will announce new additions later in the season, with the squad returning for the preseason before the new campaign in late June.
A statement from the club reads: “The club would like to express its sincere thanks to each of the coaches for their efforts during their time at Southampton in various capacities.
“The club wants the best of three for the future.”
Davis joined the Saints in 2006, signed with Sunderland and spent 10 years as a player, including a trip from League One to the Premier League and a lot of time as captain, before remaining with the club and taking on a role of trainer. to join first. – team staff in 2017.
Watson’s season with the Saints began in 2014, first as goalkeeping coach and then as head of goalkeepers, before moving on to first team assistant manager in 2019.
Fleming arrived in 2015 as an under 18 coach, then became an under 23 assistant manager and then joined the coaching staff of the first team.
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