News – UK – Ralph Hasenhuttl insists that Che Adams get his chance again


Ralph Hasenhuttl, manager of Southampton, has insisted that Che Adams has a chance to get back on the starting line-up after being left off the page for the past few weeks

Adams had been a Saints regular alongside Danny Ings in the first half of the campaign and was even given the job of taking the lead when the prolific ex-Liverpool man was injured, the 24-year-old has 20 of the 24 premieres this season Played League games of the Saints and was featured in all but one game (Sofascore), but Nathan Redmond was preferred to him in recent games

Adams has been in some sort of drought and his last goal for Southampton came in December in a 3-0 win over Sheffield United which means he has played 14 games in all competitions without finding the back of the net, however he has already scored eight league goals this season, two more than last season (Sofascore)

Hasenhuttl spoke to the Southern Daily Echo tonight ahead of the Saints’ trip to Leeds and asked Adams for patience Insisting that he would get a chance to start over in the near future, the manager also believes a loss of form was to be expected given the tough schedule and says:

“He’s been a little unlucky the last few weeks, these games were a far cry from what he played at the start of the season”

“He’s had a lot of work to do beforehand, so it’s normal for there to be a moment when you struggle a little with freshness, and it is good for him to have a few days now to be around to recover””

“And then I’m happy to have him because he can score, he can help you. He will surely get time to play again”

With no management review in sight at Celtic and no communication between the club and fans, it’s no wonder the performances in the park feel pretty meaningless now, but we have yet to earn the right to runner-up and to do that for the first time since December we will have to try to claim two consecutive league wins when Motherwell travels to Celtic Park tomorrow The Hoops faced Kilmarnock on Tuesday night, leaving Ayrshire on all three points in captain Scott Brown’s 4-0 win opened the scoring after connecting to a swinging corner Odsonne Edouard picked up a brace to score four goals in three games while Albian Ajeti finished with a well-deserved goal, it wasn’t the most inspiring win considering how lackluster we were at spells mixed with the poor Kilmarnock but one goal conceded and a sweeping win have been rare this season, Motherwell will be the newest site to visit Celtic Park this weekend and they will appreciate their chances. They have only lost once since Graham Alexander was appointed manager last month and have lost in the last two Play won (Transfermarkt)Neil Lennon’s side are returning for the first time since their 2-1 loss to St Mirren, a match that embodied Celtic’s mistake this season (but let’s not discredit the Buddies’ performance) Here’s our Celtic prediction of XI for this weekend’s game, which is likely to be a 4-4-2 diamond acts, similar to Tuesday evening:

We are now in February and none of our “keepers” have fully taken first place. Bain is likely to continue his run, but he doesn’t exactly make me feel confident

After a solid debut for the Everton lender, he will keep his place after Jeremie Frimpong leaves

Looked fine on Tuesday when he returned to Start XI for the first time since last month and was supposed to keep his place for that

Arguably our best defender, recently appointed provisional right-back, but returned to his usual mid-half role during the week and should stay there against Motherwell

I can’t see Lennon making any changes to his defensive, so Taylor will keep his place. Had a decent game Tuesday night

Marked his return from suspension with a rare goal and had a good game overallAvailable for the weekend after the SFA panel failed to consider the incident between him and Aaron Tshibola a criminal offense, it would be tough to see Soro on a starting spot loses, but I can’t see Lennon Brown drop

He will likely keep his place, although I think it would make more sense to put Mohamed Elyounoussi on the starting line-up, expect more potshots from 30 yards

Our vice captain will hope to make his mark this weekend Has not reached the standards we know he can but who has that?

In a time of ups and downs, this man was a shining light, who supported two of the goals on Tuesday night and dictated the game throughout, play his best football in that attacking role instead of being put in a lower midfield position, a definite starter

Has been charged by the SFA with simulation in defeating Kilmarnock and has a two-game ban, but it is likely that Celtic will appeal the ban and be heard in front of a panel on Monday, which means he will options are weekend, on further reps there seems to be some contact between Killies’ keeper Doyle’s glove and Ajetis ankle, so it’s a mystery why he was quoted, nonetheless, I think he’s starting over and (hopefully) getting a good run of form will trigger

The Frenchman added two more goals to his midweek record, bringing his total to 15 this season in all competitions, hasn’t quite matched last season’s highs, but he’s still our best attacker when he’s up Song is up, and begins again to find its shape

Adams has shown a significant improvement in his second season in the Premier League this season, averaging 1.3 shots and one key pass per game compared to 07 shots and 04 key passes per game in 2019/20 (Sofascore) which shows how Patience and trust in him from Hasenhuttl have helped him to become an important member of the team

The 24-year-old has shown a lot of character in his career at Southampton, having played 24 straight games last season before his impressive outing against Manchester City in July, which suggests there is no reason for him should panic about its current drought or recent omission from the startup XI

Southampton could benefit from having him rested and taken out of the line of fire, allowing Adams to get fit and then get back to his best that is what Hasenhuttl is challenging him to do, and his performances so far suggest he is will be able to get good

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