Player Page

Tony Pulis | Midfielder

Team: West Bromwich Albion

Latest News

Recent News

The sale of West Bromwich Albion to a Chinese investment group represents a turning point in the club but where it goes from here isn't clear.
Tony Pulis voiced his frustration at the lack of transfer activity over the summer in no uncertain terms and was rumored to be considering quitting. Pulis decided to stay and now has a new owner to work with and, presumably, a changing board and philosophy to go with it. Both sides will need to decide how they feel about the other. Will new ownership be content with a manager who keeps his clubs up at the cost of entertainment value? Will the manager agree with the transfer approach of new ownership. It will be interesting to see what happens between now and January between the two sides as they figure it out. Sep 16 - 10:23 AM
Source: BBC Sport

Player News


Tony Pulis is set to be named West Brom head coach on a two-and-a-half-year deal to succeed the sacked Alan Irvine.

56-year-old Pulis, formerly manager of Stoke and Crystal Palace, is expected to be officially confirmed as the Baggies boss on Thursday. The BBC report that there are still some details to be decided, but the deal to make Pulis the club's fourth head coach in a year is expected to proceed without a problem after he was deemed more suitable than Tim Sherwood. Pulis will replace the outgoing Alan Irvine, who was relieved of his duties on Tuesday, with West Brom 16th in the Premier League, a point above the relegation zone with Irvine winning just four of his 19 league games in charge.
Source: BBC Sport
Wed, Dec 31, 2014 07:32:00 AM

Bookmakers have suspended betting on Malky Mackay becoming the next Crystal Palace manager.

The majority of the UK sports media are reporting this as pretty much done, with Palace chairman Steve Parish set to appoint ex-Cardiff manager Malky Mackay to replace Tony Pulis. If confirmed, Mackay would join up with Cardiff's former head of recruitment Iain Moody at Selhurst Park, with the task of keeping the Eagles in the Premier League.
Source: Sky Sports
Tue, Aug 19, 2014 11:09:00 AM

Tony Pulis has reportedly left Crystal Palace according to Sky Sports.

The Crystal Palace manager has left the club just two days before the start of the season after meeting with the club's co-owner earlier today. Pulis is a great manager but hasn't been able to get along with management and the two sides have parted ways. Pulis wanted to attract some talent to Palace this summer but the club were insubordinate and have not brought in any of his target players. This news puts a huge increase in the value of Arsenal players this weekend and decreases the value of Crystal Palace players' stock.
Source: Sky Sports
Thu, Aug 14, 2014 04:50:00 PM