LONDON (Sporting Alert) — SkySports News is reporting that Tony Pulis has left Barclays Premier League side Stoke City on Tuesday.
Several media outings had been reporting that the long serving manager was on his way out of the club, following a poor stretch of results in the closing part of the EPL and SkySports are now confirming that he has indeed left.
Pulis, with his tough style of play and leadership guided Stoke City to English Premier League promotion in 2008 during his second spell in charge of the club and he also helped them into Europe where they played in the Europa League as well as an FA Cup final.
But it has been reported that those in charge at Stoke wasn’t happy with the direction the club was going, neither were they enjoying the style of play he brought to the table.
The Potters flirted with relegation danger which brought several criticism from a number supporters as Stoke won just four of its final 22 games.
It is believed that Stoke City were already planning to part company with the Welshman, but wanted to wait until the end of the season.
Pulis was in charge of 333 matches at Britannia, winning 122, drawing 98, while losing 113.
He had a 37-percent win percentage.