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Alan Pardew was appointed as manager of Newcastle United in December 2010. In his first full season in charge he led the club to fifth place in the Barclays Premier League and secured a place in the Europa League. Pardew’s accomplishments were recognised when he was voted LMA Manager of the Year by his managerial peers in recognition of his accomplishments.
This season, the 51-year-old has continued the club’s policy of unearthing raw talent from mainland Europe. Despite being hampered by injuries Newcastle have continued to progress whilst gradually bringing through the next breed of Premier League stars.
Prior to his appointment at St. James’ Park, Pardew managed West Ham United, Southampton, Charlton Athletic and Reading. During his playing career he played an integral role in securing Crystal Palace place in the 1990 FA Cup Final, against Manchester United. In 2006 he reached his second FA Cup final, this time as manager of West Ham. After a hard fought final against Liverpool, which went to extra-time, his team were unlucky to be defeated in a penalty shoot-out.
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