Found June 19, 2013 on Newcastle United FC Blog:
PLAYERS: Alan Pardew
News coming from the Evening Chronicle that Newcastle manager Alan Pardew will remain at the Tyneside club, and work with Joe Kinnear in his new role as Director of Football. Alan Pardew – staying at Newcastle As far as stability is concerned that’s good news, and who knows maybe Alan will get on well with [...]
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