Tony Pulis leaves Crystal Palace

first_img Former Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis 1 Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis has left the club with immediate effect after a disagreement over transfer policy.The Eagles manager reportedely believed he deserved a bigger transfer budget and has been left frustrated at missing out on a series of key targets, including Gylfi Sigurdsson, Michu and Steven Caulker.And that led co-chairman Steve Parish to hold crunch talks with Pulis in a meeting held in London on Thursday evening.Neither party has been able to come to an amicable agreement regarding the future of the club, leading the Palace boss to leave Selhurst Park less than two days before they kick off their Premier League campaign against Arsenal on Saturday evening.Pulis succeeded Ian Holloway at the south London club in November with Palace sat rock bottom of the Premier League and performed miracles to help them stave off relegation and finish 11th in the table.Current assistant manager Keith Millen is expected to lead the side in the opening game of the season against the Gunners, live on talkSPORT.Crystal Palace later confirmed they would hold a press conference at 3pm on Friday.More to follow.last_img read more