Tony Pulis is aware that his chair is shaken

West Bromwich manager Albion Tony Pulis said he would not blame club leadership if he decides to release him after the weak start of the championship. The “Thrushes” rank 16th in the Premier League after the first 11 games, having only 2 wins since the season, and on Saturday they have a hard game home with champion Chelsea.

According to British media, Pullies has two matches to save his job – Chelsea’s home match and Tottenham’s visit next week.

“No, it will not be unfair if I’m fired, it’s life, and that’s what’s happening,” Pulis said, “if you do not get the results you’re under pressure.”

Chelsea Pulis will not be able to rely on midfielder Nasser Shadley, who has suffered a trauma during a training session on Thursday.