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35 Facts About Tony Pulis
2. On 31 May 2012, Tony Pulis was an Olympic Torch bearer for the 2012 Summer Olympics.
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5. Tony Pulis was awarded the award at the University of Wales, Newport, on 15 April 2013.
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7. Tony Pulis was brought up there, with his father, Angelo, a steelworker, and his mother, Jean, as well as his brothers and sisters.
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13. Tony Pulis had tried to sign Rodriguez in the two previous transfer windows but Southampton were reluctant to do business.
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15. On 1 January 2015, Tony Pulis was appointed head coach at West Bromwich Albion.
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16. On 23 November 2013, Tony Pulis was appointed manager of Crystal Palace on a two-and-half-year contract, taking over from Ian Holloway.
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17. Tony Pulis was replaced by another Welsh manager, Mark Hughes.
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22. Tony Pulis was prepared to move players on, including his son Anthony Pulis and striker Jon Parkin.
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25. Tony Pulis took Portsmouth from the bottom three to mid-table but lasted only ten months in the job before being sacked and being replaced by Steve Claridge in October 2000.
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27. Tony Pulis moved on to Portsmouth shortly, where Milan Mandaric had recently taken over as chairman.
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28. Tony Pulis made several reasonably big purchases including Steve Jones and former Rovers player Peter Beadle, but his popularity hit an all-time low only six months into his term as manager and when rumours surfaced of a switch to Portsmouth, home fans chanted for him to leave.
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30. Tony Pulis made 85 league appearances for the Pirates before leaving to join Hong Kong club Happy Valley AA in 1981.
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31. Tony Pulis began his career at Bristol Rovers where he joined their school of football excellence in Eastville from Newport YMCA.
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32. Tony Pulis joined West Bromwich Albion in January 2015, a post he held until November 2017.
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33. Tony Pulis spent two more seasons with Stoke before being sacked by Stoke's Icelandic board for "failing to exploit the foreign market".
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34. Tony Pulis had a short spell in Hong Kong with Happy Valley.
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