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Nacer Chadli Throws Toys From Pram Over 'Gruelling' Tony Pulis Training

Nacer Chadli Throws Toys From Pram Over 'Gruelling' Tony Pulis Training
By David Kent

Tony Pulis seems like a very scary man. We wouldn't want to get on his bad side or bump into him in an alleyway.

For the last three seasons, Pulis' side has spent their first part of pre-season at a training camp in Austria.  These days apparently include 5am starts, with back to back jogs up hills.  That did not appeal to Nacer Chadli.

According to the Telegraph, the Belgian international did not want to participate in what is described as Pulis' 'gruelling fitness routine' in Austria and is instead doing his own pre-season training in England.

Pulis and Chadli reportedly had a 'heated' discussion regarding training but it was one which ended on good terms with the 27-year-old remaining at home.

Ideally, the tossing of his toys from the pram like this is not what you want to see from your record signing.

It's not the first time Pulis has been involved with one of his players. In 2010, James Beattie was allegedly headbutted by a naked Pulis after a game. There's an image to brighten up your Friday.

Last year, West Brom lost the fewest number of players to injuries in the league season. So maybe the 5am starts aare worth it. It remains to be seen as to whether Chadli will receive any form of punishment from the club ahead of the start of the Asia Trophy next week in Hong Kong.

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The hills are alive, with the sound of a Derryman swearing and Tony Pulis' roars.

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