If indeed you believe that the Israeli will be relieved of his duties at the end of the season. Here at COS, we think Avram’s done a pretty decent job of keeping Chelsea’s bulging squad of egos in line and ensuring the Blues have stayed in the Premier League and Champions League fight. One man who won’t be replacing Grant is Guus Hiddink, whom the BBC report is looking to continue managing on an international level. Who can blame him for wanting to work 60 days of the year instead of 360.
But his agent Cees van Nieuwenhuizen told BBC Sport: “There is no chance of Guus going to Chelsea. He wants to end his career in international management.
“He signed a new deal in March that runs up to the 2010 World Cup and always honours his contracts.”
What do you think Chelsea fans? Is Grant a goner or will Abramovich keep him in place for at least another season? It’s clear that there will be a number of players exiting in the summer, so perhaps the Blues manager will get the chance to build his own squad, although he doesn’t seem to be particularly popular with supporters.