ALAN PARDEW

  • DATE OF BIRTH

    18/07/1961

  • COUNTRY OF BIRTH

    ENGLAND

  • STATUS

    MANAGER

  • CLUB

    Newcastle United

  • PREMIER LEAGUE SEASONS

    7

Premier League Management Record
Matches W D L GF GA Pts Win %
206 75 45 86 254 309 270 36.0
Management Career
Premier League Clubs West Ham United, Charlton Athletic, Newcastle United
Champions -
Manager of the Year

2011/12

Manager of the Month

February 2006, November 2013

Other Honours

Reading
  Promotion to Championship: 2001/02

West Ham United
  Promotion to Premier League: 2004/05

Southampton
  Johnstone's Paint Trophy: 2009/10

Career Summary

Alan Pardew took charge of Newcastle United in December 2010 and capped off a successful start to his tenure at the club by winning the Barclays Premier League Manager of the Year award after guiding his side to a fifth place finish in the 2011/12 campaign.

In a fine season for the Magpies, they finished ahead of Chelsea, Everton and Liverpool and qualified for the UEFA Europa League as a result. They progressed to the quarter-finals of the 2012/13 competition, where they were narrowly defeated by Portuguese side Benfica.

After an initial spell with Reading, Pardew’s managerial career in the Premier League started with West Ham in the 2005/06 season, a couple of years after taking over the club when they were in the Championship. He gained promotion with the Hammers through the play-offs and led his side to ninth place and the FA Cup Final, where they lost on a penalty shoot-out to Liverpool.

He was relieved of his duties in December 2006 and took over the reins at Charlton Athletic shortly afterwards, but he couldn’t help the Addicks avoid relegation from the Premier League in the 2006/07 season.

After a spell in charge of Southampton in League 1, Pardew returned to the top level of English football with Newcastle and guided the Magpies to 12th in the 2010/11 campaign before finishing fifth the following season, their highest position for seven years.

Playing Career
Clubs

Whyteleafe: 1980-81
Epsom & Ewell: 1981-83
Corinthian Casuals: 1983-84
Dulwich Hamlet: 1984-86
Yeovil Town: 1986-87
Crystal Palace: 1987-91
Charlton Atheltic: 1991-95
Barnet: 1995-97
Reading: 1998

View manager profile on the official Newcastle United Football Club website

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