Tony Pulis appointed West Brom head coach on two-and-a-half-year deal

• ‘We need everyone together from top to bottom,’ says Pulis
• FA Cup clash against Gateshead will be first match in charge
Stuart James: survival instincts made Pulis obvious choice

Tony Pulis has been appointed as the new head coach of West Brom on a two-and-a-half-year deal, the Premier League club have announced. Pulis will begin his new role after Thursday’s Premier League match at West Ham, with his first game in charge the FA Cup third-round game against Gateshead.

“Every successful club is built on unity and that is what I shall strive to help bring to Albion,” Pulis told the club’s official website. “We need everyone together from top to bottom – the supporters, all the staff, the players, everyone who has an interest in the club’s welfare. With that, we can go forward together and hopefully take this club up the Premier League.”

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