29/09/2020

Who you gonna call?… Alan Pardew apparently.
ADO Den Haag fans unveiled a superb Ghostbusters banner to mark Pardews first game in charge of the Eredivisie side.
The former Newcastle, West Ham and Charlton boss was recently appointed as the Dutch club’s new manager  until the end of the season.
The banner unveiled by ADO Den Haag fans to welcome Alan Pardew and Chris Powell
Den Haag are struggling in the league and are just two points off the bottom of the  table as they returned from their winter break.
Pardew, 58, who has Chris Powell as his assistant, has been tasked with keeping the club in the Dutch top flight.
The pair were given a spectacular, albeit slightly bizarre, welcome from fans for their match against RKC Waalwijk.
Pardew was taking charge of his first ADO Den Haag game
Den Haag supporters revealed a huge Ghostbusters banner with Pardew and Powells faces on it with the words who you gonna call?
After taking the job, Pardew said: The team is in a difficult phase, but we will do everything we can to turn the tide.
We have to do that together. Together we have to achieve a comeback.
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ADO Den Haag are the first team outside of England that Pardew, who had been out of work since April 2018, has managed.
He was sacked following a disastrous four-month spell at West Brom where he won just three of his 21 games.
When taking over the Baggies, he was tasked with keeping them in the Premier League but failed and the club were subsequently relegated to the Championship.