Southampton will be playing in the Championship next season but they've had some real highs as a Premier League club over the last decade.
After achieving promotion for the 2012-13 season, the Saints have now been relegated 10 years on having lost 2-0 at home to Fulham this weekend.
The defeat leaves Ruben Selles and Co. on 24 points with just two games to go, eight points off Everton who sit 17th in the division just above the relegation zone. Of course, the current manager isn't solely at fault with Ralph Hasenhuttl and Nathan Jones also struggling at the helm this term.
It's been a decade packed with some real highs and lows for Southampton as Mauricio Pochettino helped them become a top-10 side during his spell on the south coast. The Argentine led them to eighth before Ronald Koeman came in for a couple of seasons, taking them to a highest-ever PL finish of sixth in 2015-16. They also made the Carabao Cup final in 2017 under Claude Puel, losing 3-2 to Man United despite a brace from cult hero Manolo Gabbiadini.
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