Southampton fan kicked out of stadium against Wolves for anti-Nathan Jones sign with manager on brink of sack

A SOUTHAMPTON fan was kicked out of St Mary’s by security on Saturday.

That’s after waving a giant P45 cutout at Nathan Jones during the dismal defeat to Wolves.

Pressure is piling onto Southampton boss Nathan Jones

Pressure is piling onto Southampton boss Nathan Jones
One fan tried to take matters into his own hands by bringing a P45 cutout for Jones
But the fan was escorted out
A zoomed-in photo shows the details were already filled in for Jones

Saints started their home game well by taking a 24th-minute lead through Carlos Alcaraz.

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And supporters began to anticipate a win when new Wolves signing Mario Lemina was sent off moments later.

But Southampton threw their lead away in the final 18 minutes when Jan Bednarek netted an own-goal.

Joao Gomes then nabbed a winner for Wolves at the death to condemn Saints to a third straight defeat.

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And beleaguered boss Jones watched on in dismay as boos rang out around the ground.

But it was all too much to take for one disgruntled fan.

As others around sang “You’re getting sacked in the morning”, the supporter brandished a giant mock-up of a P45 envelope before waving it in Jones’ direction.

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However, security quickly stepped in and attempted to take the cut-out before kicking the fan out of St Mary’s.

But other supporters weren’t happy and proceeded to loudly jeer Jones at the final whistle.

The ex-Luton boss’ future now looks bleak as Saints struggle for Premier League survival.

And when asked about his job in the tunnel, Jones simply responded: “I have no idea really.”

The tactician only took over at Southampton in November following Ralph Hasenhuttl’s exit.

But a string of poor results have now left Jones’ position in serious doubt.


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