Alan Scott Pardew is an English football manager and former professional footballer. He was most recently head coach of Eredivisie side ADO Den Haag. Pardew's highest achievements in the sport include reaching the FA Cup Final three times, as a player with Crystal Palace in 1990 and as a manager with West Ham United in 2006 and in 2016 when his Crystal Palace side lost to Manchester United. He has also achieved promotion three times in his career, as a player with Palace and as a manager with Reading and West Ham. He managed Newcastle United from 2010 to 2014. As manager of Newcastle, Pardew won both the Premier League Manager of the Season and the LMA Manager of the Year awards for the 2011–12 season after guiding the Magpies to European football for the first time since the club's return to the Premier League. He later managed Crystal Palace, West Bromwich Albion and ADO Den Haag, as well as working as a Sky Sports pundit for the 2017–18 Premier League season.
About Alan Pardew
Longtime midfielder in the English leagues became coach of Southampton, Charlton Athletic, and starting in 2010, Newcastle United.
He began his professional playing career with Whyteleafe in 1980 and reached the FA Cup with Crystal Palace; he immediately went into coaching upon retiring in 1998.
His coaching tenure seemed in trouble in 2013, as Newcastle went to the verge of relegation after a 6-0 collapse to Liverpool at St. James' Park.
He was born in Wimbledon, England. He married Tina Pardew.
He and Ray Hudson, former Newcastle player in the 1970s, both became coaches following their playing careers.
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