Alan Pardew Officially So New West Brom Manager

Alan Pardew Officially So New West Brom Manager

West Bromwich Albion finally has a new manager, former Crystal Palace and Newcatsle United manager Alan Pardew

West Brom’s manager’s seat was empty more than a week after they fired Tony Pulis some time ago. Pardew also has a tough task to lift the appearance of Salomon Rondon et al who is still trapped in the bottom of the standings.

“I am delighted with the opportunity Albion has given me and look forward to working with what I consider to be a team with a bunch of talented players,” said Pardew, posted on West Brom’s official website.

“The immediate challenge is to get the results we need to pull ourselves into the standings. But I realize that when you join one of England’s great football clubs, the club is determined to go forward. ”

“This is an exciting opportunity to play a role in that ambition.”

Chairman of Wst Brom, John Williams also gave a statement related to the appointment of this Pardew. He said that the Albion club council had reached a unanimous decision to appoint Pardew.

“Alan brings experience over 300 Premier League matches and the kind of dynamic leadership from which our Club can benefit,” he said.

“We are impressed with what he has to say and what he offers and we look forward to an exciting new era under his responsibility.”

The chairman also gave a warm respect to Gary Megson, who has led the first team affairs in his role as Assistant Chief Coach but has left the Club today.

“Gary left with our gratitude for the sterling work being completed in difficult circumstances,” he added.

“We met today when I explained our position that he understood and accepted in a very professional way he has done since Tony’s dismissal.

“He swings the ship at a difficult time and we really appreciate his efforts,” Williams tamdas.

Currently West Bromwich Albion is still there at the bottom of the board exactly in the position of the 16 or only two levels of the relegation zone. Big changes do need to be done to avoid Jhonny Evans et al from degradation trap. (Source: West Brom)

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