Tony Pulis disappointed with Bolton Wanderers relegation

Tony Pulis
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Stoke boss Tony Pulis feels for Owen Coyle following Bolton's relegation from the Premier League on Sunday.

Stoke City manager Tony Pulis admitted that he was "disappointed" that Bolton Wanderers were relegated from the Premier League following Sunday's 2-2 draw at the Britannia Stadium.

Despite Queens Park Rangers' defeat at Manchester City, the Trotters needed a win to secure their top-flight status for another season.

"I'm disappointed for Owen [Coyle] and Bolton," Pulis told reporters. "It's a reminder to everyone in this league that you have to keep pushing on, it's such a tough league."

Stoke's 14th-placed finish is their lowest final standing during the four years that they have been in the Premier League.

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