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Southampton
2017–18
Southampton FC
Club information
Manager Flag of Argentina Mauricio Pellegrino
League Season information
Cup placements
FA Cup Third round
League Cup Second round
Season statistics
Top goalscorer Charlie Austin (1)
Steven Davis (1)
Manolo Gabbiadini (1)
Dušan Tadić (1)
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The 2017–18 Southampton F.C. season is the club's ongoing 19th season in the Premier League and their 41st in the top division of English football. In addition to the Premier League, the club will also compete in the FA Cup and competed in the EFL Cup. The season is the club's first with manager Mauricio Pellegrino, who replaced the departed Claude Puel after one season in charge on 23 June 2017. As of 16 September 2017, Southampton are ninth in the Premier League table having won two, drawn two and lost one of their first five matches of the season. They were knocked out of the EFL Cup in the second round by Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Following the end of the 2016–17 season, Southampton released four players: centre-back Martín Cáceres, winger Lloyd Isgrove, right-back Cuco Martina and striker Harley Willard. During the summer transfer window, the club sold right-back Jason McCarthy to Barnsley for an undisclosed fee, striker Jay Rodriguez to West Bromwich Albion for £12 million, and Argentine goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga to Tottenham Hotspur for an undisclosed fee. Five players were sent out on season-long loans – midfielder Harrison Reed to Norwich City, goalkeeper Harry Lewis to Scottish club Dundee United, striker Ryan Seager to Milton Keynes Dons, striker Sam Gallagher to Birmingham City, and midfielder Jordy Clasie to Belgian side Club Brugge – while striker Olufela Olomola joined Yeovil Town on loan until January.

Southampton's first signing of the summer transfer window was Polish centre-back Jan Bednarek, who joined from Lech Poznań for £5 million on 1 July. The club's second signing followed on 8 August, when Gabonese defensive midfielder Mario Lemina joined from Italian club Juventus for an initial fee of £15.4 million, which could increase to a club record of £18.1 million based on performance. On 14 August, Southampton signed free agent goalkeeper Jack Rose, who had most recently played for West Bromwich Albion. The following week, the club signed Dutch centre-back Wesley Hoedt from Italian side Lazio for £15 million.

Squad statistics

As of 16 September 2017
No. Pos. Nat. Name League FA Cup EFL Cup Total Discipline
Apps. Goals Apps. Goals Apps. Goals Apps. Goals Yellow card Red card
2 DF Flag of Portugal Soares, CédricCédric Soares 50 00 00 50 00
3 DF Flag of Japan Yoshida, MayaMaya Yoshida 40 00 10 50 00
5 DF England Stephens, JackJack Stephens 40 00 10 50 00
6 DF Netherlands Hoedt, WesleyWesley Hoedt 20 00 00 20 00
7 FW Flag of Republic Ireland Long, ShaneShane Long 1(3)0 00 0(1)0 1(4)0 10
8 MF Flag of Northern Ireland Davis, StevenSteven Davis 51 00 00 51 00
10 FW England Austin, CharlieCharlie Austin 0(3)1 00 10 1(3)1 10
11 MF Flag of Serbia Tadić, DušanDušan Tadić 4(1)1 00 10 5(1)1 10
13 GK England McCarthy, AlexAlex McCarthy 00 00 00 00 00
14 MF Flag of Spain Romeu, OriolOriol Romeu 50 00 10 60 30
16 MF England Ward-Prowse, JamesJames Ward-Prowse 2(3)0 00 10 3(3)0 00
17 DF Netherlands van Dijk, VirgilVirgil van Dijk 0(1)0 00 00 0(1)0 00
18 MF Flag of Gabon Lemina, MarioMario Lemina 30 00 00 30 00
19 MF Morocco Boufal, SofianeSofiane Boufal 1(1)0 00 10 2(1)0 00
20 FW Flag of Italy Gabbiadini, ManoloManolo Gabbiadini 4(1)1 00 0(1)0 4(2)1 00
21 DF England Bertrand, RyanRyan Bertrand 50 00 00 50 00
22 MF England Redmond, NathanNathan Redmond 50 00 0(1)0 5(1)0 10
23 MF Flag of Denmark Højbjerg, Pierre-EmilePierre-Emile Højbjerg 00 00 00 00 00
25 DF Romania Gardoș, FlorinFlorin Gardoș 00 00 00 00 00
26 DF Flag of France Pied, JérémyJérémy Pied 00 00 00 00 00
28 GK England Taylor, StuartStuart Taylor 00 00 00 00 00
30 DF England Wood, WillWill Wood 00 00 00 00 00
32 DF England Jones, AlfieAlfie Jones 00 00 00 00 00
33 DF England Targett, MattMatt Targett 00 00 00 00 00
34 MF England Flannigan, JakeJake Flannigan 00 00 00 00 00
35 DF Flag of Poland Bednarek, JanJan Bednarek 00 00 10 10 00
38 DF England McQueen, SamSam McQueen 0(2)0 00 10 1(2)0 00
39 MF England Sims, JoshJosh Sims 00 00 00 00 00
42 MF England Hesketh, JakeJake Hesketh 00 00 00 00 00
43 DF Flag of France Valery, YanYan Valery 00 00 00 00 00
44 GK England Forster, FraserFraser Forster 50 00 10 60 00

Most appearances

As of 16 September 2017
Pos. Nat. Name League FA Cup EFL Cup Total
Starts Subs Starts Subs Starts Subs Starts Subs Total
1 GK England Forster, FraserFraser Forster 50 00 10 606
MF Flag of Spain Romeu, OriolOriol Romeu 50 00 10 606
MF Flag of Serbia Tadić, DušanDušan Tadić 41 00 10 516
MF England Redmond, NathanNathan Redmond 50 00 01 516
FW Flag of Italy Gabbiadini, ManoloManolo Gabbiadini 41 00 01 426
MF England Ward-Prowse, JamesJames Ward-Prowse 23 00 10 336
8 DF England Bertrand, RyanRyan Bertrand 50 00 00 505
MF Flag of Northern Ireland Davis, StevenSteven Davis 50 00 00 505
DF Flag of Portugal Soares, CédricCédric Soares 50 00 00 505
DF England Stephens, JackJack Stephens 40 00 10 505
DF Flag of Japan Yoshida, MayaMaya Yoshida 40 00 10 505
FW Flag of Republic Ireland Long, ShaneShane Long 13 00 01 145

Top goalscorers

As of 16 September 2017
Pos. Nat. Name League FA Cup EFL Cup Total
Goals Apps. Goals Apps. Goals Apps. Goals Apps. GPG
1 FW England Austin, CharlieCharlie Austin 13 00 01 140.25
MF Flag of Northern Ireland Davis, StevenSteven Davis 15 00 00 150.20
FW Flag of Italy Gabbiadini, ManoloManolo Gabbiadini 14 00 01 160.16
MF Flag of Serbia Tadić, DušanDušan Tadić 14 00 01 160.16

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