Tony Pulis has been sacked as West Brom manager after their 4-0 annihilation to Chelsea on Saturday.
The 59-year-old leaves his part with the Baggies having won only twice in their last 21 group recreations, with the
club only a point over the assignment zone.
West Brom are without a win in the class since August 19 and Pulis leaves the club after about three years in control,
with Gary Megson assuming control first-group issues until the point when additionally take note.
Executive John Williams stated: “These choices are never trifled with however dependably in light of a legitimate
concern for the club.
“We are in an outcomes business and over the back end of last season and this season to date, our own have been
“We might want to put on record our valuation for Tony’s commitment and diligent work amid a time of progress
for the club which incorporated a difference in proprietorship. We wish him well in his future undertakings.”
Pulis drove The Hawthorns side to association completions of thirteenth, fourteenth and tenth however has now
been expelled following a baffling keep running of results.
He guided Stoke to Premier League advancement in 2008 preceding leaving the Potters in 2013.
He was selected Crystal Palace supervisor on November 2013 and drove the club to Premier League security, in the
end completing eleventh in the table, and was named chief of the year.
Be that as it may, he cleared out his part at Selhurst Park only two days before the begin of the 2014/15 season.