- Alan Pardew
- Net Worth : £13.2 million
- Change : £-165,396 - % -1.3 (Last Updated: 09.21.21 )
- Football Manager
Pardew was also in the England Semi-Professional squad in his early career.
Pardew moved to Football League Second Division side Crystal Palace in 1987. In 1989, he helped Palace win advancement to the First Division. The next year, in 1990, he scored the triumphant goal as Palace notably beat Liverpool 4–3 after additional time in the FA Cup semi-last at Villa Park.
Pardew moved to Charlton Athletic in November 1991, and was Charlton’s top scorer in the 1992–93 season with 10 goals. In 1995, Pardew appeared four times on loan at Tottenham Hotspur in the 1995 UEFA Intertoto Cup.
Pardew moved to Barnet, and became a player-mentor under director Terry Bullivant. Both Pardew and Bullivant moved to Reading in 1997, within Pardew as reserve-team manager.
His most noteworthy accomplishments in football include reaching the FA Cup Final three times, as a player with Crystal Palace in 1990 and as a chief with West Ham United in 2006 and in 2016 when his Crystal Palace side lost to Manchester United. He has additionally received a promotion three times in his vocation, as a player with Crystal Palace and as a supervisor with Reading and West Ham.
Pardew’s first experience as manager came in March 1998 when he was appointed as caretaker after the departure of Bullivant.
Pardew resigned from his position on September 10, 2003 and became manager at West Ham.
He was appointed manager of Charlton Athletic on December 24, 2006, signing a three-and-a-half-year contract. Pardew was named the new manager of Southampton on July 17, 2009, after the new owner Markus Liebherr was sacked.
He managed Newcastle United from 2010 to 2014.
As manager of Newcastle, he won both the Premier League Manager of the Season and the LMA Manager of the Year grants for the 2011–12 season subsequent to guiding the Magpies to European football for the first time since the club’s arrival to the Premier League. he 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.
On January 3, 2015, Pardew was affirmed as the new Crystal Palace manager, signing a three-and-a-half-year contract.