Alan Pardew

Alan Pardew

Alan Pardew

  • Date of Birth: 18 July 1961
  • Birthplace: Wimbledon, London

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      Meet the opposition: Play-off pain, the break-up, Moore's magic and some never-say-die spirit
      at West Brom following Alan Pardew's sacking. Wins against Manchester United, Newcastle and Tottenham, as well as draws against Liverpool
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      Newcastle boss Ashley reveals Benitez contract talks

      Despite having lost Rafa Benitez, Newcastle owner Mike Ashley insists that contract talks were under way with the popular Spanish coach. Ashley revealed that he offered a long-term contract to the former Liverpool and Chelsea manager.

      Alan Pardew leaves West Bromwich Albion by mutual consent

      Alan Pardew has left West Bromwich Albion by mutual consent after failing to overturn the club's fortunes over the past four months.

      West Brom won't sell star players if relegated

      West Brom have revealed their plans for life in the Championship should they be forced to relegation this campaign. A club spokesman has told reporters that they will not need to sell their star players to compensate for a lack of Premier League revenue.

      Alan Pardew two games away from West Brom sack?

      Alan Pardew has been given two Premier League matches to save his job with West Bromwich Albion staring the prospect of their first relegation in eight seasons.

      Antonio Conte reiterates his commitment towards Chelsea

      Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has reiterated his commitment towards the Blues amid the ongoing speculation over his future.

      Alan Pardew explains why Arsenal's bid for Jonny Evans failed

      West Bromwich Albion manager Alan Pardew has said that the club were highly unlikely to do business with Arsenal on deadline day after having given a prior notice to Jonny Evans' suitors.

      Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge picks his next club

      Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is reportedly set to complete a short-term loan move to West Bromwich Albion. The 28-year-old has opted for a new challenge in his career as he looks to push for a World Cup berth with England.

      Arsenal ready to offer Mathieu Debuchy to sign West Brom defender

      Arsenal are reportedly prepared to offer Mathieu Debuchy as a makeweight to sign West Bromwich Albion defender Jonny Evans this month. The Gunners have underlined the need for a new centre-back, and there are presently leading the race to sign the ex-Manchester United graduate.

      Alan Pardew responds to Calum Chambers transfer link

      West Bromwich Albion manager Alan Pardew has dismissed suggestions that the club are looking to sign Arsenal's Calum Chambers in a part-exchange deal which could see Jonny Evans move to the Emirates.

      West Bromwich Albion want Arsenal defender in exchange deal for Jonny Evans

      West Bromwich Albion are prepared to sell Jonny Evans to Arsenal, provided they can get their hands on Calum Chambers in a straight-exchange deal.

      West Bromwich Albion target Arsenal defender

      West Bromwich Albion have reportedly identified Arsenal defender Mathieu Debuchy as one of their prime targets for the transfer window.

      West Brom interested in Liverpool outcast

      West Bromwich Albion manager Alan Pardew is reportedly plotting an attempt to sign Danny Ings, who is currently out of contention at Liverpool.

      Everton target former Man Utd defender

      Sam Allardyce's attempts to recover the disastrous first half of the season at Everton will see him turn to West Bromwich Albion defender Jonny Evans during the January transfer window. 

      Manchester City, Arsenal to revive interest in Premier League defender?

      Premier League duo Manchester City and Arsenal are reported to be planning a fresh attempt to pursue West Bromwich Albion defender Jonny Evans in the New Year.

      Was De Boer the right man for Palace?

      It’s been a bit of a tough time for Crystal Palace over recent years in the English Premier League. After a good impact by Alan Pardew, things began to sour, with Palace in desperate trouble and facing relegation. Steve Parish made the best decision possible and employed Sam Allardyce as Pardew’s replacement. A man who has never been relegated from the top flight and has often dug even the most doomed teams out of trouble. Big Sam called time on his managerial career in May this year, step forward Frank de Boer.

      Chris Hughton: one of England's most underrated coaches?

      Brighton and Hove Albion are a welcome new addition to the Premier League. Chris Hughton, who could be one of the country's most underrated managers, will be looking forward to another chance to shine.

      Alan Pardew could make shock return to management

      Despite still having a very strong chance of winning promotion to the Premier League this season via the play offs, Sheffield Wednesday are rumoured to have plans to replace manager Carlos Carvalhal, with Alan Pardew one of the main candidates. 

      Ryan Giggs may take over at Middlesbrough

      Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs is on the shortlist to take over as the next permanent manager of Middlesbrough. The Premier League strugglers have been under the temporary management of Steve Agnew since the departure of Aitor Karanka, and look set to be relegated to the Championship in the coming weeks. 

      Why Ranieri deserved to be sacked

      On May the 2nd 2016, Tottenham blew a two goal lead against Chelsea and the most surprising champions in Premier League history were crowned and all masterminded by Claudio Ranieri.

      "Yesterday My Dream Died" Ranieri Releases Statement

      Following the dismissal of Claudio Ranieri as Leicester City manager yesterday, everybody in the world of football seems to have had their say on the situation, apart from the man himself. This afternoon, the Italian manager released a statement for the first time since his departure.