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Former West Ham, Newcastle and Charlton supervisor Alan Pardew takes function as technical director of CSKA Sofia


Nov 24, 2020
Former West Ham, Newcastle and Charlton manager Alan Pardew takes role as technical director of CSKA Sofia

Alan Pardew has landed his newest job as technical director at Bulgarian aspect CSKA Sofia.

The 59-year-old had been out of labor since April after leaving Dutch outfit ADO Den Haag by mutual consent following the cancellation of the Eredivisie season.

Alan Pardew is again in soccer – this time in Bulgaria
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Pardew was unveiled on Monday on the membership who haven’t received the Bulgarian title since 2008.

“Military males, English soccer specialist Alan Pardew will henceforth be a part of the massive purple household of the Military,” learn an announcement on the membership’s web site on Monday.

“He’ll take the place of technical director and can assist together with his huge expertise and contacts within the general growth of the membership and attracting gamers to the consultant workforce.

“The 59-year-old Briton has already signed his contract and began working instantly. Welcome to the Military, Mr Alan Pardew!”

Pardew famously danced through the 2006 and 2016 FA Cup finals, dropping each with West Ham and Crystal Palace respectively

Pardew has not labored in English soccer since his disastrous spell in command of West Brom that lasted simply 21 video games and yielded three wins.

His managerial profession began at Studying in 1999 and he obtained them promoted to the second tier of English soccer in 2002.

From there he moved to West Ham, the place highlights included reaching the 2006 FA Cup last, earlier than having spells at Charlton and Southampton.

Pardew then joined Newcastle and was famously handed an eight-year contract in 2012, which might have solely expired final summer season, however was sacked two years later.

He was then appointed by Crystal Palace in 2015 however was gone lower than two years later having taken them to the FA Cup last within the 2015/16 season.