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Tony Pulis left 'hurt and disappointed' by Sheffield Wednesday owner Dejphon Chansiri's furious outburst after he said sacked manager was 'the worst one in my club' and claimed he 'tried to cause a lot of trouble' Sheffield Wednesday owner Dejphon Chansiri slammed sacked boss Tony Pulis  Chansiri took aim at Pulis' style of play, communication and attitude at club Owner explained reasons for sacking in extraordinary press conference   Pulis is understood to be 'hurt and disappointed' by Chansiri's public remarks 

By Will Griffee For Mailonline

Published: 09:08 GMT, 1 January 2021 | Updated: 09:08 GMT, 1 January 2021

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Sacked Sheffield Wednesday manager Tony Pulis has been left 'hurt and disappointed' by the extraordinary attack on him by the club's owner Dejphon Chansiri. 

Pulis was axed from his role after just 10 games and Chansiri explained the reasons why in a scathing, remarkable two-hour-and-45-minute press conference. 

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According to the Athletic, the Welshman was disappointed, hurt and surprised by Chansiri publicly admonishing him. 

Dejphon Chansiri slammed sacked manager Tony Pulis

Pulis has been hurt and disappointed by the comments

Tony Pulis (right) was hurt and disappointed by Dejphon Chansiri's scathing comments

Pulis was sacked with his Wednesday side floundering in the Championship this season

Pulis was sacked with his Wednesday side floundering in the Championship this season

He believed he would be able to leave the Owls with dignity and respect rather than the barrage of negative comments that followed him out the door.  

The Thai businessman branded Pulis the 'worst' manager he'd worked with, took aim at his style of play and lack of communication, claiming he 'tried to cause a lot of trouble'. 

Pulis, who won one of the 10 matches during his tenure, refused to leave on mutually agreed terms and was sacked as a result. 

The former Stoke and West Brom boss conducted a review of Wednesday, outlining changes needed for them to stay up in the Championship.

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Chansiri was not happy with the recommendations, saying: 'He told me we would be better suited to a manager with another style of football. He said that. He was honest in saying another manager could take up the reins with that squad.

Chansiri took aim at Pulis' tenure and behaviour during an extraordinary press conference

Chansiri took aim at Pulis' tenure and behaviour during an

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