Potters Boss Tony Pulis to Leave Stoke City

Britannia Stadium boss leaves after seven years at the helm.

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Long serving Potters boss Tony Pulis is set to leave Stoke City following talks with chairman Peter Coates according to the BBC.

Pulis is into his second spell at the club and was appointed to replace Johan Boskamp in June 2006 and has successfully promoted the club to the Premier League in 2007/08 and has managed to keep the club in the top flight ever since.

In recent weeks the 55 year old has felt the backlash of some supporters who appear to have grown dissatisfied with the club’s style of play.

Tony Pulis’s side flirted with relegation for a portion of the campaign but a run-in which saw Stoke City lost just one of their final five fixtures saw the club safely finish the season in 13th spot.

As well as his two spells at Stoke City the pint sized Welshman has also taken charge of Bournemouth, Gillingham, Bristol City, Portsmouth and Plymouth Argyle.

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