Tony's tirade: Stoke Boss Pulis blasts 'bad vibes' players and promises to ship them out

11 May 2010 01:04
Outspoken: Stoke manager Tony Pulis[LNB]Stoke manager Tony Pulis is determined to restore dressing-room harmony in his battle to ensure the club stay in the Barclays Premier League. [LNB]Pulis intends to ditch the likes of James Beattie and Dave Kitson after falling out with them during the season. [LNB]Beattie was involved in a row over the cancelling of the club's Christmas party following the 2-0 defeat at Arsenal and Kitson upset his boss for being 'precious' by reacting badly to being subbed as Stoke were thrashed at Chelsea recently. [LNB]Pulis said: 'There's been bad vibes within the dressing room. [LNB]'I won't have that, I won't tolerate people who think we're doing them a favour. [LNB]'I'm working very hard to get one or two players out.' [LNB] Bust up: James Beattie fell out with Pulis over the club's Christmas Party[LNB] Sorensen in Denmark squad as Olsen gambles on Stoke keeper's fitnessStoke City to lure striker Carroll from Newcastle with £5m plus playersPremier League players of the season: Club-by-club guide to 2009-2010STOKE CITY FC

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