Former Newcastle United and Southampton head coach Alan Pardew has revealed he is likely to return to England for his next managerial role.
Pardew left his role as ADO Den Haag coach by mutual consent this week after the Erevidisie season was termed null and void due to the coronavirus pandemic. Before the suspension of the league, Den Haag were near the bottom of the table and the 58-year-old, who spent four months working in Holland insists he has not been put off working abroad again at some point.
Speaking to the talkSport, he said, "We decided to terminate on finance, more or less. I needed to take the team somewhere and there didn't look to be any direction in terms of being able to do that. But it was an enjoyable experience."
"When I took over the team got beat by Ajax six or seven and I did think 'have I made the right decision here'? But it was in my mind to go and work abroad and that was really what I wanted to do. It was an opportunity so I thought 'let's give it a go'."
"I probably will end up in England and with a club who have got the opportunity to push for some kind of promotion or some kind of success.
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