Date: 14th August 2014 at 11:48pm
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The rumours have proven to be true; Tony Pulis has indeed left Palace with his departure confirmed this evening.

Pulis’ departure from Selhurst Park is said to be by ‘mutual consent’.

A number of summer targets that he wanted didn’t come off, which left him frustrated by this and it said that he and Steve Parish had often locked horns with the now former Palace boss previously looking to assume ‘great control of all football matters’, with transfers in particular he wanted a greater say with….

Pulis’ assistant Keith Millen will take charge for the game with Arsenal to start the season with the rest of the coaching staff, including Gerry Francis and Dave Kemp, also asked to stay on for that game before moving on.

Far from ideal preparations ahead of the 2014/15 season is it!

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One Reply to “Pulis Departure By Mutual Consent Confirmed”

  • That’s the most stupid thing any club would do. You guys had a very good coach, proven in the league. Too bad for you. I am sure you’ll flirt with relegation more often than not this season for just a single mistake of sacking Tony.

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