Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis has pulled off nothing short of a miracle by beating the drop with the Eagles, who were down in the dumps when Ian Holloway left the club. Pulis achieved what seemed to be a herculean task with great clarity and simplicity in his approach to the game. The way he turned Palace into a threatening attacking side by continuing to keep defensive stability at the back was admirable to say the least.
Here is a list of teams that would benefit from Pulis’ appointment as their manager in the future.
Newcastle United: Newcastle’s current boss Alan Pardew has had the resources but has not been able to produce
consistent results with the Magpies. Pulis’ insistence on defensive organization and a well structured tactical system will help the club maintain a consistent level of football and produce good results for a longer period of time.
Aston Villa: Although Aston Villa have been able to beat the drop convincingly this season under Paul Lambert, they have not quite been able to move to the next stage and challenge for a top half place. Pulis, whose team finished higher than Villa with far lesser resources, could do wonders for the Villans, particular with the rumoured cash in the bank for them this summer.
Pardew and Lambert have to be nervous