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Alan Pardew 2003 - 2006

Player Debuts

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Hayden Mullins

Robbie Stockdale (loan)

Brian Deane

Marlon Harewood

Chris Cohen

Andy Melville

Jon Harley (loan)

Nigel Reo-Coker

Adam Nowland

Jobi McAnuff

Bobby Zamora

Sebastien Carole (loan)

Pavel Srnicek (loan)

Nottingham Forest

Cardiff City

Coventry City

Wimbledon

Sunderland

Sheffield United

Sheffield United

Rotherham United

Rotherham United - Sub 70mins

Bradford City

Bradford City - Sub 45mins

Crewe Alexandra

Millwall

22nd October 2003

25th October 2003

1st November 2003

25th November 2003

13th December 2003

17th January 2004

17th January 2004

31st January 2004

31st January 2004

7th February 2004

7th February 2004

17th March 2004

21st March 2004

Upton Park

Ninian Park

Highfield Road

National Hockey Stadium

Upton Park

Bramall Lane

Bramall Lane

Upton Park

Upton Park

Valley Parade

Valley Parade

Upton Park

The New Den

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

Nationwide First Division

2003-04 Season : Alan Pardew replaces Glenn Roeder 20th October 2003

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Sergei Rebrov

Teddy Sheringham

Luke Chadwick

Trent McClenahan

James Walker

Elliott Ward

Mark Noble

Calum Davenport (loan)

Carl Fletcher

Malky Mackay

Chris Powell

Mauricio Taricco

Darren Powell

Gavin Williams

Shaun Newton

Leicester City

Leicester City

Reading

Crewe Alexandra

Southend United

Southend United

Southend United - Sub 68mins

Sheffield United

Sheffield United

Sheffield United - Sub 87mins

Rotherham United

Millwall

Millwall

Nottingham Forest - Sub 77mins

Reading

7th August 2004

7th August 2004

10th August 2004

21st August 2004

24th August 2004

24th August 2004

24th August 2004

11th September 2004

11th September 2004

11th September 2004

14th September 2004

21st November 2004

21st November 2004

26th December 2004

12th March 2005

Walkers Stadium

Walkers Stadium

Upton Park

Gresty Road

Upton Park

Upton Park

Upton Park

Bramall Lane

Bramall Lane

Bramall Lane

Upton Park

The New Den

The New Den

Upton Park

Madejski Stadium

Coca-Cola Championship

Coca-Cola Championship

Coca-Cola Championship

Coca-Cola Championship

Carling Cup

Carling Cup

Carling Cup

Coca-Cola Championship

Coca-Cola Championship

Coca-Cola Championship

Coca-Cola Championship

Coca-Cola Championship

Coca-Cola Championship

Coca-Cola Championship

Coca-Cola Championship

2004-05 Season : Alan Pardew

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Roy Carroll

Daniel Gabbidon

Paul Konchesky

Yossi Benayoun

Jeremie Aliadiere (loan)

Shaka Hislop

James Collins

David Bellion (loan)

Tony Stokes

Hogan Ephraim

Clive Clarke

Yaniv Katan

Dean Ashton

Lionel Scaloni (loan)

Kyel Reid

Blackburn Rovers

Blackburn Rovers

Blackburn Rovers

Blackburn Rovers

Bolton Wanderers

Sheffield Wednesday

Sheffield Wednesday

Sheffield Wednesday - Sub 65mins

Sheffield Wednesday - Sub 86mins

Sheffield Wednesday - Sub 86mins

Bolton Wanderers

Norwich City - Sub 80mins

Arsenal

Sunderland

West Bromwich Albion

13th August 2005

13th August 2005

13th August 2005

13th August 2005

27th August 2005

20th September 2005

20th September 2005

20th September 2005

20th September 2005

20th September 2005

26th October 2005

7th January 2006

1st February 2006

4th February 2006

1st May 2006

Upton Park

Upton Park

Upton Park

Upton Park

Upton Park

Hillsborough

Hillsborough

Hillsborough

Hillsborough

Hillsborough

Reebok Stadium

Carrow Road

Highbury

Upton Park

The Hawthorns

Barclays Premiership

Barclays Premiership

Barclays Premiership

Barclays Premiership

Barclays Premiership

Carling Cup

Carling Cup

Carling Cup

Carling Cup

Carling Cup

Carling Cup

FA Cup

Barclays Premiership

Barclays Premiership

Barclays Premiership

2005-06 Season : Alan Pardew

Second

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Tyrone Mears

Lee Bowyer

John Pantsil (Paintsil)

Carlton Cole

Carlos Tevez

Javier Mascherano

Jonathan Spector

Robert Green

George McCartney

Charlton Athletic

Charlton Athletic

Charlton Athletic - Sub 45mins

Charlton Athletic - Sub 90mins

Aston Villa - Sub 61mins

Palermo (Italy)

Palermo (Italy)

Tottenham Hotspur

Chesterfield

19th August 2006

19th August 2006

19th August 2006

19th August 2006

10th September 2006

14th September 2006

28th September 2006

21st October 2006

24th October 2006

Upton Park

Upton Park

Upton Park

Upton Park

Upton Park

Upton Park

Stadio Renzo Barbera

White Hart Lane

Saltergate

Barclays Premiership

Barclays Premiership

Barclays Premiership

Barclays Premiership

Barclays Premiership

UEFA Cup

UEFA Cup

Barclays Premiership

Carling Cup

2006-07 Season : Alan Pardew

Second

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Appointed Manager 20th October 2003

 

Overall League Record:

P:141   W:57   D:33   L:51   F:186   A:127

Pardew Alan

Early into the 2003–04 season, West Ham United asked Reading permission to appoint Pardew as their new manager. Although Reading refused permission, Pardew resigned from his position forcing the issue. Eventually, a compromise agreement was reached allowing Pardew to become manager at West Ham.

Pardew's first season at West Ham resulted in a play-off final defeat to his former club Crystal Palace.  In the 2004–05 season West Ham struggled to find promotion form, with Pardew coming under pressure from the club's supporters. West Ham eventually succeeded in gaining promotion to the Premier League after defeating Preston North End in the play-off final. Pardew guided the Hammers to ninth place in the Premier League in the 2005–06 season, which culminated in an appearance in the final of the FA Cup. After drawing 3–3 with Liverpool at the end of extra-time, West Ham lost on penalties, resulting in the second FA Cup Final defeat of Pardew's career.

In the 2006–07 season Pardew was criticised after seeing West Ham through their worst run of defeats in over 70 years which included an exit from the UEFA Cup to Palermo in the very first round and a League Cup defeat to Chesterfield. West Ham's new owners stated their support for Pardew, but on 11 December 2006, following a 4-0 defeat away at Bolton Wanderers the previous weekend, it was announced that Pardew had been sacked by West Ham. The club statement read "The chairman Mr Eggert Magnússon and the board have been concerned by the performances of recent weeks and feel that it is the right time to make a change in the best interests of the club

 

Honours:

Play-Off Finalists 2004

Play-Off Winners 2005

Manager of the Month February 2006

F.A. Cup Finalists 2006