Alan Pardew's departure from West Brom sees the total number of managerial changes in the Premier League rise to ten this season.
The 56-year-old manager and ex-midfielder has left his place of the head coach of West Bromwich Albion.
Pardew has been the manager of eight teams in his career, and it has all started way back in 1998, when he was assigned as a caretaker for Reading.
One year later, Pardew became the manager of Reading, and he stayed on that position until 2003.
From 2003 until 2006, Alan Pardew was coaching West Ham United, after which he went to Charlton Athletic, where he stayed until 2008.
In 2009, Pardew became a part of Southampton, but after only a year of managing The Saints, he went to Newcastle United.
Pardew changed teams again, in 2015, when he was the main man of Crystal Palace. After two years at the Palace, he went to West Brom. Pardew managed West Brom for the last year.
The current caretaker of West Brom is Darren Moore.
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