Tony Pulis has started his new role at Crystal Palace and is looking to avoid relegation with the Eagles this season, according to Sky Sports News.
The former Stoke City boss watched Crystal Palace come away from Hull City with a 1-0 win on Saturday, thanks to a late strike by midfielder Barry Bannan, collecting only their second win of the season, and their first under Keith Millen.
Pulis is looking forward to the challenge in front of him, as the former Portsmouth boss has kept up Stoke City for six consecutive seasons in the Premier League after promotion from the Championship, giving them a stable position in the league.
Having left the club in May, the Welshman hasn't retuned to football until now, as Stoke City saw the replacement of Mark Hughes come in and win three of their 12 matches, sitting 14th in the league.
The 55-year-old manager is known for his rough, rugged style of play, and is hoping to carry on his wisdom from the Potters to The Eagles.
The next match for the south London side is away to Norwich City, followed by important fixtures in December against West Ham, Cardiff and Aston Villa- which are all must win games.
The play-off winners should feel motivated going into their next game as a new manager has taken over, and the south London side have gone unbeaten in their last two games in the league.
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