WHAT CAN you really say after a 9-0 drubbing except sorry? You had to feel some sympathy for pale-faced Ralph Hasenhüttl, facing the TV cameras after a seismic home defeat that extended Southampton’s current run to one point from five league games. Southampton have said they have no interest in sacking Hasenhüttl, but look at the fixture list and see what’s on the horizon – two trips to Manchester City in a week, in the League Cup and Premier. So, things won’t be getting better in a hurry. What price an impromptu sacking in the corridoors of the Etihad? When a club gives a manager an immediate “vote of confidence” they really have no choice. They are not going to express a vote of…