Pulis again in dugout as he replaces Monk at Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield Wednesday have introduced that Tony Pulis has turn into their new supervisor, changing former boss Garry Monk.
The 62-year-old Welshman succeeds Monk, who was sacked by the Owls earlier this week.
Former Stoke, Crystal Palace and West Brom boss Pulis returns to administration after leaving Middlesbrough in Could 2019 – a membership the place he additionally changed Monk.
Pulis arrives at Hillsborough with Wednesday mendacity second-bottom of the Sky Wager Championship.
They have been hit with a 12-point deduction for the 2020-21 season in July after being discovered responsible of breaching profitability and sustainability guidelines, with the sanction then diminished to 6 factors final week following an attraction.
A run of 4 straight league defeats was ended with a 1-0 win towards Bournemouth earlier than Saturday’s goalless draw with Millwall, which proved Monk’s final recreation in cost.
Pulis has a formidable managerial CV, having guided Stoke to promotion to the Premier League in 2008.
His first recreation answerable for Wednesday might be an away conflict with Preston every week on Saturday.
Wednesday didn’t disclose particulars of his contract of their announcement of his appointment.
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