Tony Pulis Has Been Mutually Consented

Tony Pulis Has Been Mutually Consented
By PJ Browne Updated

Update: Stoke City have confirmed that they and Tony Pulis have mutually agreed to part ways.

Reports in the English media are saying that Tony Pulis is set to leave Stoke City.

Pulis was appointed manager for his second stint at the club in 2006 and guided them to Premier League promotion in 2008. The club finished 12th in their first Premier League season and have held steady around that mark since, falling to a lowest Premier League finish of 14th last season.

The Daily Mail reported yesterday that Stoke were looking at appointing Phil Neville as first-team coach.

Ladbrokes make Roberto Di Matteo 7/2 favourite to be next Stoke manager with Rafa Benitez second favourite at 4/1. Out of work Mark Hughes is 6/1 while Brighton's Gus Poyet is 8/1 and recently retired Phil Neville is 10/1.

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