- It is something one becomes dependent on, and that means that we must protect the players.
Ralph Hasenhüttl is facing a challenge, as he has taken a very pragmatic way.
Southampton manager has, quite simply, public wifi at the hotels, he and the squad uses when they are gathered in connection with matches in the course of the season.
players can't manage all of the internet - and, in particular, online gaming.
And it comes in the wake of the story of the unnamed footballer, who to The Sun on Thursday told a harrowing story that he prefers to play Fortnite for up to 13 hours a day instead of doing her job as a professional footballer.
A cargo which has threatened his career.
- It is something you will have to deal with, and so do I, it comes in clear terms from the 51-year-old austrian, according to the BBC.
He stood with the same issue in the RasenBallsport Leipzig in the German football. Here was the action according to him a liberating grip.
- I did it in my previous club. We had the same problems with the players, who sat and played for at three o'clock on the night up to the fighting.
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- We will need to protect them, for it is no small problem. To be honest, is it the same as alcoholism and being hooked on drugs, he says.
And thus it is equal to that pressure at the outlet of the evening, so it is impossible to get on the internet.
at the same time adds Hasenhüttl, that he is not familiar with severe gambling problems at some of the players.
One of the most striking examples from just English football is David James. The legendary goalkeeper had serious problems in 1997, when he played for Liverpool FC.
Here he sat up for a match against Newcastle United completely fixated at the computer and playing Tekken II and Tomb Raider...
Southampton meetings Brighton & Hove at stamford bridge on Saturday afternoon.
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