Tony Pulis appointed as Middlesbrough managerby Blessing 27/12/2017 | 7:32 0 Posted in Business, News, Social Issues, Sports Tony Pulis has been confirmed as the new manager of Middlesbrough.Sky Sports reports that the 59-year-old had been in talks with the club following the sack of Garry Monk. Pulis, was sacked in November by the Baggies after the club were thrashed 4-0 by Chelsea.“I wanted a challenge – a real challenge – and this reminds me so much of Stoke when I went there with Peter Coates,” Pulis said.YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: Super Falcons star, Precious Dede retires from football after 15 years“Steve Gibson [the Middlesbrough chairman] is a football man who understands the game. I have great respect for him as a person and an owner.“I really am looking forward to this. The immediate challenge is finding out about the football club and as a team we have to get as many points as can, as quickly as we can.“I wanted to come at this time because we have so many games in a short space of time, and I can assess everything,” he added. Enjoy and Share Post:FacebookTwitterGoogleRedditLinkedInEmailPinterestloading... Tags:championship, football, middlesbrough, pulis  Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Name Email Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.