Jump to content

Tony Pulis

  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Profile Information

  • Location

Recent Profile Visitors

8,258 profile views

Tony Pulis's Achievements


Experienced (11/14)

  • Collaborator
  • Reacting Well
  • Dedicated
  • First Post
  • Very Popular

Recent Badges



  1. Can someone tell me why we didn’t even offer this guy a contract? He is/was a far better option at left back than any of those who were brought into replace him, is young and has been lighting it up this season in an Ipswich side that has started poorly. He usually played well when given the chance last season as well (Bournemouth away particularly) Also well suited to the Wing back roles we now seem to be playing. Bit of an odd one.
  2. BPF Hunt Iorfa Dunkley Palmer Bannan Adeniran Corbeanu Paterson Shodipo Gregory SUBS: Wildsmith, Johnson, Wing, FDB, Berahino, Sow, Agbontahoma
  3. Wildsmith Hunt Iorfa Hutchinson Palmer Bannan Adeniran Berahino Paterson Shodipo Gregory I liked the way we set up second half vs Bolton so would keep it broadly similar.
  4. What he says to the press about our performances versus what he actually thinks are probably two vastly different things. He’s not an idiot. He knows we weren’t great yesterday, like we haven’t been great all season. However, it would be a foolish move and disastrous man management to criticise the players and throw them under the bus in front of the press, especially after a win.
  5. Not Moore out by any means yet, think he deserves another month to prove he has what it takes. However, barring Tony Pulis, he has the lowest win percentage since Peter Eustace in 1989. There’s work needed to be done.
  6. You can’t sack managers after 19 games in charge. We are not Watford. We need some stability. Having said that, if we are not on 25 points by the end of October, then I think sacking Moore has to be considered. It is vital we challenge to go up this year. 5 games, 10 points minimum. If not, then make a change...
  7. Alex Neil. And I think he would take it. Championship jobs are very competitive at the moment. Wilder, Lampard, Howe, Terry, Lowe and Leam Richardson are all looking for jobs at that level and unfairly or not, would probably be ahead of him by success or reputation. Give Darren until the end of October. 10 from those 5 we keep. Any less and switch it up.
  8. Peacock-Farrell 8 Palmer 7 Iorfa 7 Dunkley 7 Johnson 5 Hutchinson 7 Wing 6 Adeniran 7 Brown 5 Paterson 8 Gregory 6
  9. Think we will beat Cambridge and draw with Bolton. I also think we will draw with Accrington and we could lose to Wycombe.
  10. Attack needs a lot of work. Windass coming back will make a huge difference, but in the meantime Darren has to figure out how this side can score goals. (It is worth pointing out that we have played only 3 games at home so far this season, and if we'd played more I think we would have had a better start)
  11. In fact, he's actually played less times for WBA than Marvin has for us and yesterday received a 5/10 rating from Birmingham - was given a torrid time by a certain Odubajo apparently
  12. Wouldn't call him integral. He's played a few games sure, but he's only so integral to West Brom as Marvin Johnson is to us.
  13. "Ermmm... I don't know" This was Moore's answer to that question in the question evening a few weeks back. I am not Moore Out, by any means, it is a long season with many games to play. However, if we pick up less than 4 points from these next two, rightly or wrongly, I do fear for his job. No one can deny Chansiri backed him in the summer - he will want to see results. Win the next two and Hillsborough will be bouncing, lose the next two and he may we'll find himself unemployed...
  • Create New...