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Currently manager of West Brom, Tony Pulis is one of the most experienced gaffers in the game. Best known for his successful spells at Stoke and Crystal Palace, Pulis has experience at all levels of the game and has forged a successful career as a result.

Pulis, who was the Premier League Manager of the Season in 2013/14, has been in charge of West Brom since January 2015, finishing 13th, then 14th., 

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TeamWDLWIN%
West Bromwich Albion25292830.5
Crystal Palace1251142.9
Stoke City1229811336.6
Plymouth Argyle12151230.8
Stoke City47325235.9
Portsmouth11101431.4
Bristol City1014930.3
Gillingham94626043.5
Bournemouth31383829
TOTAL36430333736.3

Tony Pulis Quotes

I've got nothing against foreign managers, they are very nice people. Apart from Arsene Wenger.


As a football club we apologise to Liverpool for playing three more longer passes than they did. There’s always a bit of spin put on things these days.


But if I had a team that was worth £200m (Liverpool), playing against a team that was worth less than £20m (West Brom) and we never won that game, I'd be doing my best to divert it away from the fact that I had 10 times more value on the pitch than my opposition and couldn't win.


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The Sack Race's Opinion

A hard talking, no-nonsense old fashioned manager who has employed the long ball style of play throughout his career, and has seen it all in the game.

Pulis won't be everyone's cup of tea but he has been successful at the top level over the past few years and will be aiming to consolidate West Brom as a mid-table Premier League team.

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