On Thursday evening, Southampton Football Club held an online Fans' Forum event, where a number of supporters were given the chance to pose questions to a specially selected panel via Zoom.
Hosted by BBC Radio Solent's Adam Blackmore, the line-up included first-team manager Ralph Hasenhüttl, Chief Executive Martin Semmens and Managing Director Toby Steele.
Each answered a number of questions about how the club was functioning in the current climate, with specific discussion around how the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic had affected the club, the ownership structure, the Academy system and its philosophy, as well as Southampton's current position in the Premier League and recent run of form.
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Speaking candidly, the manager explained why he thinks Southampton have thrived on the pitch post-lockdown and how the belief within the coaching staff and playing squad is translating into consistent results this season.
Chief Executive Martin Semmens addressed recent rumours reported by a number of news outlets over a possible takeover bid, as well as potential signings for the future and how the Academy setup remains a vital part of the club going forward.
Lastly, Managing Director Toby Steele fielded questions surrounding the financial impact of the pandemic and if or how a lack of supporters on matchdays has affected the club's standing from a business perspective.
The full video is available to watch at the top of this page, or via the club's official YouTube channel.