Brian Laws talks about Tony Polis and his departure from Sheffield.
was sacked because of some personal problems considering his personality.
Here is what Laws thinks about Pulis’ departure fromSheffield Wednesday
“Knowing Tony like I do, he’s a straight talker and he hits you between the eyes,”
Laws told the PA news agency
“He’ll tell you the truth and if you don’t like it, that’s tough. Maybe it was too much medicine for Chansiri to take.
“But I always had in the back of my mind that Tony Pulis, he’s very strong willed, strong minded, as much as Chansiri is, so it was always going to go two ways for me.
“It was either going to be a match made in heaven or it was going to end in blood and tears and we’ve got the latter.”
And about the club’s deeper problems he said:
“They’ve got to be for the simple reason for the last year or so it’s been stop-start, inconsistency, not quite getting there,
“But I have huge sympathy for the chairman in the amount of money he’s put into the club. The return he’s had is atrocious.
“So I have huge sympathy for him for that, but you’ve got to support your manager and I don’t know what the conversations have been between them both.
“There’s clearly been a huge breakdown in what both parties want.”