Filed: Wednesday, 26th October 2005
By: Matthew O'Greel
Alan Pardew has signed a new contract with West Ham that will keep him tied to the Club until 2010, according to reports.
The Daily Telegraph reports this morning that Pardew - who has been involved in fresh contract talks with West Ham recently - has put pen to paper on an extended four year deal.
The former Reading manager joined the Hammers two years ago this month, and despite suffering problems early on has fulfilled his brief by taking West Ham back into the Premiership at the second attempt by virtue of the Play-Off Final win over Preston last May.
The Club are expected to confirm the news imminently.
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by Susan Lait
07:49AM 24th Oct 2010
''West Ham needs a manager who loves West Ham. Bring back Alan Pardew.''
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