West Brom part company with manager Alan Pardew after four months
Pardew leaves West Bromwich Albion by mutual consent.
West Bromwich Albion have parted company with manager Alan Pardew by mutual consent after eight successive league defeats.
Pardew, 56, was appointed in late November after the Baggies sacked Tony Pulis following a run of 10 Premier League games without a victory.
The Baggies are rock bottom of the Premier League and are 10 points adrift of safety with six games left to play.
First-team coach Darren Moore will take temporary charge until further notice, said a club statement, while assistant head coach John Carver has also left.
— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) April 2, 2018
The Baggies’ statement read: “West Bromwich Albion and Alan Pardew have agreed to mutually part company following discussions between both parties.
“Assistant head coach John Carver will also be leaving.
“The club would like to thank Alan and John for their efforts and wish them well in their future endeavours.”
“First-team coach Darren Moore has been placed in charge of first team affairs until further notice.
“The club will not be making any further comment at this time.”