Tony Pulis was sacked by Sheffield Wednesday yesterday after just ten games in charged of the club. The Guardian also confirmed the news.
The former coach of Stoke City was appointed as the head coach of Sheffield Wednesday in November but it took him up to mid December to get the first win. Tony Pulis was sacked by Sheffield Wednesday. The club also announced their coach departure on social media site.
“The performances and results have not been of the level expected since Tony Pulis was appointed. There are also other issues which have had a bearing on this decision,” chairman of the club said in a statement.
“On the pitch, seven points from a possible 30 is not acceptable. It is vital we maintain our Championship status and I feel I must make a change now with over half of the season remaining to give us the best possible chance of doing so.”
Neil Thompson will replace the former coach Pulis.
While he was in charge of Stoke City, Pulis was famous for a tough defending system that turned Stoke City into one of the most strongest defending system of the league. However, after departing the club, Pulis has gone through several clubs without any consistent long-term plan.
Pulis recently came to Sheffield Wednesday with a task of uplifting the club to a higher league of the English Soccer system. Sadly, the coach was unsuccessful to accomplish the task.
He and his Sheffield Wednesday side suffered from a bad streak until mid December. Though Pulis was able to unlock the bad streak, he was not qualified to stay with the club long-term plan.
Rumors said that Pulis is targeting to remain working in the Championship, and he will soon come back as some offers has hit on him eventually.