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Who is Sheffield Wednesday manager Tony Pulis?

Anthony Richard Pulis was born on the 16th of January, 1958 in Pillgwenlly, Newport, Wales. Before going into management, Pulis played professional football as a defender for clubs around the United Kingdom such as Bristol Rovers, Bournemouth and Newport County between the years of 1975 and 1992.

Pulis came through the youth academies of Newport YMCA and Bristol Rovers before making his debut for the first team for the latter in 1975. He made 85 appearances for the club over a 6-year stint before moving to Hong Kong to play for Happy Valley AA in the Hong Kong Premier League.

He only managed to make 13 competitive appearances before returning to England to continue his journey with Bristol Rovers in 1982. In 1982, Pulis signed for boyhood club Newport County where he became a regular for the side making 77 appearances over the course of 2 seasons. Bournemouth signed Pulis in 1986 where he went on to win the 1986/87 Football League Third Division. He then moved on to Gillingham in 1989 before returning to Bournemouth in 1990 and then retired in 1992.

Tony Pulis has taken charge at numerous clubs around Britain and was one of the youngest recipients of the FA Coaching badges when he obtained the badge at age 19. He’s managed Bournemouth, Gillingham, Bristol City, Portsmouth, Stoke City, Plymouth Argyle, Crystal Palace, West Bromwich Albion, Middlesbrough and now Sheffield Wednesday.

Over the course of his managerial career, he’s had many honours at different clubs. In his time at Gillingham, he was the runner up in the 1995/96 Football League Third Division. He then had a successful period at Stoke City where he finished as a runner up in the 2007/08 EFL Championship and the 2010/11 FA Cup.

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