Monday 19 August 2019

Tony Pulis' West Brom reign in numbers

Tony Pulis has paid the price for West Brom's dreadful form
Tony Pulis has paid the price for West Brom's dreadful form

Tony Pulis has been sacked by West Brom after just under three years in charge at The Hawthorns.

The 59-year-old leaves the club following Saturday's 4-0 home defeat to Chelsea.

Here, Press Association Sport looks at his tenure at West Brom in numbers.

37 - West Brom's average possession this season is the lowest in the Premier League.

22 - The Baggies had just 22 per cent of the ball in last month's 3-2 home loss to Manchester City.

1 - West Brom have had more possession than their opponent only once this term, at Brighton in a 3-1 defeat in September.

109 - goals scored by Pulis' side in 106 matches.

6 - number of clean sheets West Brom have kept this calendar year.

11 - games since West Brom last won.

2 - number of victories the Baggies have recorded in their last 21 Premier League fixtures, both of which came in August.

4 - the run of league defeats that signalled the end of Pulis' reign.

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