According to the Express and Star, the chairman of West Brom’s minor shareholders of 15 years stepped down in June as protest of Tony Pulis being head coach of the club.
West Brom fans have complained in recent weeks over Pulis’ style of football, which has usually worked for them but it is being found out recently and have slipped down in form as a result.
From the outside looking in, many football fans and pundits have thought that Pulis was doing a good job at The Baggies, but it is the opposite on the inside.
Neil Reynolds, who was in charge of the minor shareholders said:
I can’t stomach it anymore, he has killed my love for the club in particular and football in general. I’ve been an Albion supporter for 60 years and never in all that time have I felt so disenchanted. We’ve had poor managers in the past, Ron Saunders, Bobby Gould, plenty of them, but none of them had such a good squad to work with and played such negative tactics or defended against newly promoted teams.