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Sunday, May 18, 2008

Avram Grant’s Fate Depends on Champions League Final?

Chelsea boss Avram Grant says that his side will not be happy with what they have earned so far in Champions League this season, rather they want to win Champions League. Here, it is noteworthy that Chelsea reached the final of Europe’s top most club competition for the first time. So, Champions League 2007-2008 season has already been the most successful season for the West London club in the competition.

Besides all the excitement and fuss around Wednesday’s final where Chelsea and Manchester United go head to head, reports out in the media on the speculation over Avram Grant’s future at Chelsea. Reports have it that Champions League final is going to be the last match for Avram Grant in charge of Chelsea. Often, Names of several coaches linked with the managerial post of Chelsea are coming in the media. However, Mr. Grant does not want to bother about his future now as he wants to put all of his focus on the Moscow final.

Canadian Press reported:

"Every time you create history, you want it to be the base for the future," Grant said. "We are very, very happy that we are in the final for the first time in the history of Chelsea, but we don't want to be happy just with this.

"We want to go on and make others. First we have a game on Wednesday and we will speak about the future after that, but I can promise you that the future will be very good at Chelsea."

"When you want to be a big club, you have to be between the lions of Europe," Grant said. "Now we want more, and you will see in the next years that this will not be the last time we will be in the final."

Chelsea could not win any trophy so far this season yet so, the fans, players and coach are striving for winning the Champions League final, in what would make it a historical season for Chelsea. Though there are many who think that the fate of Avram Grant now depends solely on Chelsea’s European success. Personally, I think, Avram Grant should be given at least another season to prove his worth as a coach. He joined the club midway through the season and could not get much time to work on the squad. Moreover, a series of injuries forced Chelsea to play without even half of its regular members for a number of matches. Considering these thing, I do not think, finishing second in Premier League was not bad for Chelsea. Most importantly, the quality of a player or coach can not be judged on the performance of one match. It is also reported that, regardless of Chelsea’s European success, Avram Grant is going to be sacked. Now, let us see what is there on the fate of Avram Grant. Will he be handed another chance or be sacked?

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