Pulis is synonymous with saving Premier League clubs from the drop but a poor start to this campaign has seen the Baggies drop to 16th in the Premier League – and are currently just one point above the relegation zone.
Including the end to last season, Pulis has overseen just three league wins in 23 matches, and it appears Saturday’s 1-0 defeat to newly-promoted Huddersfield Town was the final straw for a lot of their club’s loyal supporters.
The hashtag ‘#PulisOut’ started trending on Twitter at the weekend, and there are still some fans tweeting about it today:
Too right ! #PULISOUT
— Pete Jones?? (@PeterJWBA) November 6, 2017
This club is dead unless you sack Pulis #pulisout
— Rondon (@Rondxnn) November 6, 2017
— MarkColley (@MarkColley62) November 6, 2017
Say I’m not a fan I couldn’t give a fuck, hope Chelsea smash us. If that’s what it takes to send this wanker on his way so be it! #PulisOut
— Gavin Poulton (@gavin_poulton) November 6, 2017
Surely there is nobody out there who still wants him here . GET RID . #PulisOut
— Chris Wright (@wrighty65) November 4, 2017
Tony Pulis touched my knee in 1994 #PulisOut
— John Joe McCreedy (@John_Joe) November 4, 2017
— Steve (@pennwba) November 4, 2017
— Paul Szewczyk (@shevy68) November 4, 2017
Could hear the "We want Pulis out" chants on the radio. Sing it loud and fucking proud boys #PulisOUT
— Sam ? (@shodgson_) November 4, 2017
Whichever way you see fit to defend that eleven, you're defending Pulis too. Fuck him off. You'd do better #PulisOut
— Tommy Farr (@Gingerzola) November 4, 2017
8 defensive players and can't fucking defend… the cunt in the cap has no fucking clue… get the cunt out now #PulisOut
— Anthony Roberts (@RobertsWBA23) November 4, 2017
Ironically, Tony Pulis is usually the man clubs towards the bottom of the Premier League turn to when they’re in trouble – but, then again, Sam Allardyce is currently out of work.
What do you think?
Should Pulis be sacked?