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Pardew resigns from ADO Den Haag after four months

Alan Pardew has left ADO Den Haag after four months in charge.

The Eredivisie season was brought to a premature close last week due to the coronavirus pandemic.

And the former Crystal Palace and Newcastle United boss Pardew has decided to walk away from the club.

"I want to thank everyone at ADO Den Haag for the past few months," Pardew said in a club statement. "In particular the players, who gave everything on the field.

"I have positive feelings for this club and I have enjoyed the passion of the fans. I look back on a beautiful adventure in the Netherlands. It is a pity that the collaboration ends, but I wish ADO Den Haag every success in the future."


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