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charleyfarley 11:54 Mon Nov 20
Pulis gone
Tony Pulis has been sacked as West Brom manager with the club a point above the Premier League relegation zone and without a win in 10 top-flight games.

The Baggies were beaten 4-0 at home by Chelsea on Saturday.

West Brom won their first three games of the campaign, but have not won since 22 August, when they beat League Two Accrington 3-1 in the Carabao Cup.

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gph 2:44 Tue Nov 21
Re: Pulis gone
Big frame?

The Stoat 2:43 Tue Nov 21
Re: Pulis gone
Sam in the frame

Private Dancer 3:54 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
, 2:01 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
This is an opportunity for re-employment by the likes of Bilic, Koeman''


Haha! You think they would employ Bilic?? You deserve all the stick you get, comma.

Sven Roeder 3:16 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
Time for Big Ron to make an emotional return to the Hawthorns

Side of Ham 3:05 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
Looks like an old favourite is about to hit the football song charts again......

“Down with the Baggies, you’re going down with the Baggies”

:-)

Dr Moose 3:04 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
One McAvennieeeeee 3:00 Mon Nov 20

They don't have Mickey Mouse chairman\\men\\person and board so will probably make a better appointment as he'll be happy to work with the WBA board compared to our shower.

One McAvennieeeeee 3:00 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
Considering we took the only Manager available, this is a bit of a weird move from the THROSTLES?

Dr Moose 2:58 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
This is how low we have sunk, thinking that WBA without Pulis will put them into the bottom 3 as they arn't going to do any better than him in a replacement.

charleyfarley 2:31 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
BFS waiting for the USA job

, 2:01 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
This is an opportunity for re-employment by the likes of Bilic, Koeman or De Boer.

Naturally WBA fans will want a billy big cojones manager and not a Moyes type. And as for the home grown talent who can see any of the talked about like Howe and Dyche jumping from their teams to WBA.

Infidel 1:48 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
Good timing by the WBA Board.

Both O'Neills are now free after world cup exits -and either is miles better than Moyes or BFS.

If they nab Martin O'Neill it will show our board up for the cretins they are, appointing Moyes before the last game of the qualifiers.

OccupyGreenStreet 1:12 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
BFS is from Dudley, but isn't he a Wolves fan at heart?

diddly 1:08 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
Cometh the hour, cometh BFS

ornchurch ammer 1:01 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
I'd bet that Pulis would get more of a response out of our squad than Moyes.

Alex V 12:55 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
Probably the biggest Summer spend in their history. Maybe they've strayed too far from what they were good at before.

martyboy 12:51 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
Glad to see the baseball wearing cunt out of a job!! Detest the tosser!!

COOL HAND LUKE 12:50 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
Yep... Sam is a Dudley boy, it'll be a 'homecoming' for him... really wouldn't be at all surprised.

And they already play his sort of football, so not a huge stretch to where he'll want them to be.

RBshorty 12:25 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
The Fat Man Cometh.

Private Dancer 12:03 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
Good little job for someone this with the new owners. Maybe Coleman is a bit aggrieved as this could have suited him.

pulhampete 12:02 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
Maybe they will try and tempt Moyes with a proper contract.

terry-h 12:02 Mon Nov 20
Re: Pulis gone
This job is made for the walrus. WBA play his sort of football. If he can contain his greed they will welcome him with open arms. He's got more chance of climbing the table than Moyes has with the deadbeats he's inherited.

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