Pep Guardiola has said that he hopes Tony Pulis earns another job in the Premier League in the near future after he was sacked by West Brom on Monday.
Pep Guardiola has expressed his disappointment over the decision, claiming that the Welshman is an ‘amazing, gentle man’.
The 46-year-old told reporters: “First, I can say a big hug for Tony, like before with [former West Ham boss Slaven] Bilic.
“Today, it is like this. When I was young, they said in England they respected a lot the contracts and the managers were never sacked. Now, it is so, so difficult. Wherever, it is the same. We have to accept that, we know that.
“Everybody knows when we don’t have results, managers here can win the Premier League and months later they will be sacked. You have to work within that situation.
“I am really disappointed because I have a great relationship with Tony Pulis. Every time we went against West Brom he was an amazing man, so gentle. Always, we would drink a good red wine. Hopefully we can do it again in the future.”