Tony Pulis is out-of-work after he had his contracted terminated at Sheffield Wednesday.
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, was most recently in charge of West Brom who axed him following a poor start to the 2017/18 season.
But Pulis didn't have to wait long to return to the dugout, after he was named as the new Middlesbrough manager on Boxing Day 2017, a job he held through to May 2019/
|Sheffield Wednesday||10||1||4||5||10||13 Nov 2020 - 28 Dec 2020|
|Middlesbrough||80||35||22||23||43.8||26 Dec 2017 - 17 May 2019|
|West Bromwich Albion||121||35||37||49||28.9||01 Jan 2015 - 20 Nov 2017|
|Crystal Palace||28||12||5||11||42.9||24 Nov 2013 - 14 Aug 2014|
|Stoke City||333||122||98||113||36.6||15 Jun 2006 - 21 May 2013|
|Plymouth Argyle||39||12||15||12||30.8||23 Sep 2005 - 14 Jun 2006|
|Stoke City||131||47||32||52||35.9||01 Nov 2002 - 28 Jun 2005|
|Portsmouth||35||11||10||14||31.4||13 Jan 2000 - 12 Oct 2000|
|Bristol City||33||10||14||9||30.3||05 Jul 1999 - 14 Jan 2000|
|Gillingham||216||94||62||60||43.5||31 Jul 1995 - 01 Jul 1999|
|Bournemouth||107||31||38||38||29||09 Jun 1992 - 05 Aug 1994|