A toad yesterday (not Avram).
Former Chelsea boss Avram Grant has been appointed Portsmouth manager following the departure of Paul Hart.
The 54-year-old Israeli was already at the club in his second spell working as director of football, having previously worked there alongside Harry Redknapp.
He will take charge for Saturday’s home game against Manchester United in his directorial role before changing his status with the Football Association. (BBC Sport)
If ever there was a manager who deserved another shot at Premier League management then it would be Avram Grant. After his astonishing success during his one season at Chelsea, just one kick away from lifting the Champions League, he was rather cruelly booted out but now he is back and whilst he has one hell of a battle on to keep Pompey above the drop I have a sneaking suspicion he will manage to do so.