Tony Pulis

16 Jan 1958 (Age 56)
Newport (Wales)
Previous Teams (Manager): 
Bournemouth, Gillingham, Bristol City, Portsmouth, Stoke, Plymouth
Previous Teams (Player): 
Bristol Rovers, Happy Valley, Newport County, Gillingham, Bournemouth
League Two Manager of the Year (1996)
Manager of the Month Awards: 
Championship (Feb 2005, April 2007, Feb 2008)
Championship (Stoke 2007-08); League Two (Gillingham 1995–96)
League One (Gillingham 1998-99)
Stoke manager Tony Pulis

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They may have to wait, but Mike Holden expects Arsenal to clinch fourth with a win at Newcastle on the final day of the season.
Tottenham can add to Wigan's woes and move closer to Champions League football on Saturday afternoon, according to Mike Holden.
Are the league leaders stuttering? Mike Holden is prepared to take them on away at struggling Stoke City on Sunday lunchtime.
Mike Holden doesn't expect Southampton to show old boss Nigel Adkins any mercy when they go to Reading this Saturday lunchtime.
Why Rafa Benitez deserves support and the brilliant Basques feature as we recall what stood out for us over the football weekend.
Wigan winning, Stoke's staleness and attacking Aldershot feature as we recall what stood out for us over the footballing weekend.
The big guns join at the third round stage this weekend and Mike Holden would not be surprised to see Everton go all the way.
2012 was pretty good for Manchester City and Sam Dymond anticipates them starting the New Year in fine style when Stoke visit.
Stoke know how to mix it up and Sam Dymond expects them to come out fighting against Liverpool at the Britannia on Boxing Day.
Mike Holden thinks Stoke are overpriced by the bookmakers so is willing to be with them when they travel to Tottenham on Saturday.
Manchester City have a good record at Newcastle and Mike Holden reckons that could continue with Saturday's trip to Tyneside.
Swansea blew West Brom away in midweek and Mike Holden thinks they could cause Arsenal a few problems on Saturday.