Widespread speculation had suggested the 55-year-old's time was up after a meeting with chairman Peter Coates on Tuesday morning. However, it took the Potters several hours to finalise the details of his departure, with confirmation finally coming at shortly before 9.30pm on Tuesday night.
In a brief statement, the Barclays Premier League club said: "Stoke City and Tony Pulis confirm that they have mutually agreed that Tony will leave the Club with immediate effect."
mrtz wrote:True, I was hoping to see the likes of Huth and Shawcross to silence the storm that is Lio Messi.
Steely Hill wrote:mrtz wrote:True, I was hoping to see the likes of Huth and Shawcross to silence the storm that is Lio Messi.
i'm sure there was a discussion on here which suggested that very thing actually...
thar she blows: http://forum.football.co.uk/viewtopic.p ... sc&start=0
Gazza-LFC wrote:What makes you think Hughes has failed at his clubs he has managed...he has managed over 200 games in the EPL and yet people judge his few games at Q.P.R..
Many managers have failed at Q.P.R....Hughes to me is a great manager at a mid table team,his job he did at Blackburn and Fulham was superb.
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