West Brom sacked Tony Pulis on Monday following the Baggies’ 4-0 loss to Chelsea at the weekend. Despite starting the season well, Pulis ended his time with West Brom with a 31% win ratio.
After Pulis was sacked on Monday, fans and pundits took to Twitter to express there opinions on Pulis being let go. Some were hilarious, while others were just plain savage.
Saido Berahino fully supports West Brom's decision. pic.twitter.com/zUTxLXHPY0
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) November 20, 2017
West Brom fans perfectly entitled to want more than what Pulis has been serving up of late. Please stop telling them to be careful what they wish for. They're the ones who have been watching week in, week out
— Matt Law (@Matt_Law_DT) November 20, 2017
Tony Pulis has left West Brom after almost 3 years in charge, with a record of:
P106 W31 D31 L44
Scored less than a goal per game in PL (105 goals in 106 matches)
Won 2 of last 21 PL games since start of April pic.twitter.com/ggf3kfpons
— Sky Sports Statto (@SkySportsStatto) November 20, 2017
£2million payoff for Tony Pulis who mustered just two Premier League wins (against Bournemouth and Burnley) in West Brom’s past 21 games.
I like Pulis, but that’s atrocious.
— Tom McDermott (@MrTomMcDermott) November 21, 2017
he had adequate time to turn things around at #West Brom but he couldn't so they made a good decision by sacking him
— Vuyo (@VuyoManiers) November 21, 2017
Would love to see West Brom go for Graham Potter. I have no doubt if he had the opportunity he would be a success. Would be perceived as a gamble but what he has achieved in Sweden is quite astounding. #ibackpottsy
— Ian Burchnall (@ianburchnall) November 21, 2017
Way people are talking about West Brom is the way they were talking about Watford when we sacked mazzarri. Implicitly saying you should accept what you’ve got & have no right to want better, to want to watch exciting football, aim higher. Know your place. It’s incredibly annoying
— Rachel (@rachel_sg) November 20, 2017
Pulis was in charge of West Brom for 1,054 days before he was finally let go. He accumulated just 1.21 points per game. Pulis took over West Brom in January 2015 after serving as Crystal Palace boss for the second half of the 2013-14 season.
Everton are also looking for a new manager as the Premier League heads into the Christmas period.