West Ham boss Alan Pardew has given up his current football club for a new five-year contract with another team, called the Upton Park.
Since he took charge at the West Ham, back in October 2003, Pardew established a new record by winning 46 of his 108 games and losing only 32. He also led the Hammers back to the Premiership in his first full season in charge.
Speaking about his new deal with Upton Park, Pardew said, "I am delighted to have signed a new long-term contract with West Ham United. I want to thank the chairman, Terry Brown, the board, the staff, and most of all the fans for the support I have been given during the last two years."
He added, "Following relegation it is no secret we have had some tough times at Upton Park, but everyone at the club has worked tirelessly to turn things around and we are only at the beginning of what I believe we can achieve.
"I am particularly delighted to sign a long-term contract because it means the staff and the players know the club is now seeking to establish some stability after difficult decisions had to be made two years ago."
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