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Alan Pardew leaves CSKA Sofia after racism from their supporters

Alan Pardew has left CSKA Sofia following the actions of a “group of organised racist fans” at a match last month.According to reports, some of CSKA’s players were subjected to racist abuse and had bananas thrown at them by fans prior to the May 5 fixture at home against Botev Plovdiv.In a statement on CSKA’s official website on Wednesday, Pardew said: “It was a privilege for me to be a part of and to serve this club. Unfortunately, my time here is over.☝🏻 Алън Пардю няма да води тима на ЦСКА през новия сезон#AlanPardew— ЦСКА (@CSKA_Sofia) June 1, 2022“The events...

Alan Pardew leaves CSKA Sofia after bananas thrown at Black players

Alan Pardew has walked away from his role as manager and technical director of CSKA Sofia with immediate effect, after a section of supporters targeted their own team's Black players with racist abuse. The team lost the Bulgaria cup final to bitter rivals Levski Sofia last month, and after talks...

Alan Pardew walks out on team after squad racially abused by fans

Alan Pardew has left his role as manager and technical director of CSKA Sofia with immediate effect after some of the club's fans targeted Black players with racist abuse at one of their matches.The 60-year-old who has previously managed English clubs West Ham, Newcastle, Crystal Palace and West Bromich Albion was appointed as the technical director of the Bulgarian club back in November 2020.In April this year, Pardew took charge as manager of CSKA Sofia and last month, his side lost out to rivals Levski Sofia in the Bulgaria cup final.It had been agreed with that Pardew would continue to...

Alan Pardew: CSKA Sofia appoint Englishman as new manager

CSKA Sofia have appointed Alan Pardew as their new manager. The 60-year-old returns to full-time management for the first time in two years after leaving Dutch side ADO Den Haag in April 2020. Pardew, who has managed seven English teams, has been the Bulgarian club's technical director since November 2020.

On This Day in 2010: Alan Pardew signs five-and-a-half-year deal at Newcastle

Alan Pardew was unveiled as Chris Hughton’s successor at Newcastle as furious fans made their feelings heard about his appointment on a five-and-a-half-year contract. Pardew, who was not accompanied by owner Mike Ashley or managing director Derek Llambias when he met the media for the first time as the new Magpies manager, spoke frankly about his reception and acknowledged the residual anger at Hughton’s treatment.