Alan Pardew has left Dutch membership ADO Den Haag by mutual consent after simply 4 months.
The previous Newcastle and Crystal Palace supervisor, 58, was appointed in December and tasked with protecting the membership within the Eredivisie.
Whereas outcomes didn’t enhance, ADO Den Haag had been assured security when the Dutch FA declared the season null and void as a result of coronavirus pandemic.
Nevertheless, Pardew and his coaches Chris Powell and Paul Butler is not going to be renewing their contracts.
Pardew stated in a press release on the membership’s web site: “I need to thank everybody at ADO Den Haag for the previous few months.
“Specifically the gamers, who gave all the pieces on the sphere. I additionally need to thank, additionally on behalf of Chris, (normal supervisor) Mohammed Hamdi and main shareholder United Vansen for his or her assist.
“I’ve constructive emotions for this membership and I’ve loved the fervour of the followers.
“I look again on a phenomenal journey within the Netherlands. It’s a pity that the partnership ends, however I want ADO Den Haag each success sooner or later.”
ADO Den Haag chief government Mohammed Hamdi just lately revealed Pardew turned down a £20,000 bonus for surviving relegation.
Hamdi informed The Nationwide: “In fact, if we stayed up there’s a bonus, which Alan already stated to me he doesn’t need to have, and if we might give it to a hospital, or a clinic, or somebody who wants it. Or the membership might use it.
“As I stated, Alan Pardew is an actual gentleman, however that additionally he has an awesome coronary heart. There was no dialogue in any respect. The choice got here from himself.”