Teams across England are jostling for honour in the 2020/2021 season. They are battling to finish as high as they can in their league. While some teams are in a battle for the title, Some are in relegation trouble. One of such team in relegation trouble is Sheffield Wednesday and they have taken a huge decision that will hopefully help them change their fortune.
The Club in the English Second Division have sacked their coach Tony Pulis after a dismal run of form in. Tony Pulis was relieved of his post after just 45 days in charge of the club.
Tony Pulis was appointed early in November 2020 following the departure of Coach Garry Monk. Under Tony Pulis, Sheffield Wednesday won just 1 out of 10 games and this prompted the Sheffield Wednesday board to make a huge decision to save their season in the English Championship.
Sheffield Wednesday Chairman has said that the decision had to be taken to save their season as 7 points from a possible 30 is not acceptable.
Sheffield Wednesday have now placed Neil Thompson to be in charge of first team duties pending when a new manager is appointed.
62 year old Tony Pulis is a well know manager in the English Premier League having previously managed Stoke, Westbrom and Middlesborough in England's top flight.
Sheffield Wednesday sit 23rd in the 24 team English Championship,three points from safety with just 13 points.
It remains to be seen who Sheffield Wednesday will appointed as their manager permanently. It also remains to be seen what Tony Pulis next career move will be.
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