Pulis’ future has been in doubt for some time.
Tony Pulis is set to leave as manager of Stoke City following talks with club chairman, Peter Coates, on Tuesday.
Pulis’ future has been in doubt for some time. After seven years in charge, he has been told that the club feels the time is right to part ways with him
Pulis, 55, was appointed Potters boss for a second time in 2006, and two years later he guided the club to the top flight after 23-years of absence.
Stoke finished 13th in the 2012-13 to secure a sixth Premier League campaign.
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