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Sunday, July 3, 2016

Pardew: I Want to Train English, But Not Now

London -- Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew admits wanted to coach England, but believes now is not the right time to take on the task, which he has just signed a new contract at Selhurst Park.

After Roy Hodgson resigned after knocked out of Euro 2016 in the hands of Iceland, Pardew was originally considered as one of the original British candidate for the position.

The 54-year-old coach has brought Palace finish their best position to 10th position in the 2014/15 season, despite their 15th place last season, the London club managed to be runner-up in the FA Cup in May.

Pardew wanted to coach England in the future, but his ambition today is helping Palace to improve its position in the next season.

"I want to become England manager. It is a job that I aspire to and have an ambition of mine. But not now, "Pardew told the media.

"I have signed a new contract at Crystal Palace, we have new investors from the US and with president Steve Parish, we all want to improve themselves from now on.

"I hope the Football Association (FA) will want to talk and I have a strong opinion on the UK, but I have been asked if I wanted to coach England and I have given my answer.

"It may be that I also consider my lack of experience at international level, so I had already worked on another team to get that experience when the time is right, if it is desired. But for now, my time there was at Crystal Palace. "

Pardew believes England need a manager who can give the team an identity, suggesting Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger may be appointed by the Football Association (FA).

"We need a new manager and a new look. I feel the new manager must have experience. I read the names were called, as Eddie Howe, which I believe will be the England manager was very nice in the future. But he is not yet right now, "said Pardew.

"There is no outstanding candidate, and while I would like to see the English coach is given a chance, we were in the highest English football, the FA have to convince them to get the right figure.

"England fans and I am one of them, should support the choice of the FA. And I can see why Arsene Wenger a person who's right for them. Playing for England can not be compared to playing in the Champions League. The players want to play and learn from Wenger. "
Pardew: I Want to Train English, But Not Now
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