Grant makes ‘easiest decision’ of his life

On May 21, 2010, in News, by editor

Avram Grant has written an open letter to Portsmouth fans explaining that leaving a club entering the Championship, with debts of £120 million, a ground that wouldn’t even be used for landfill, no obvious buyers, a s*** kit, David Jame’s hair and a Michael Brown, was by far and away ‘the easiest decision he has ever had to make.’

‘West Ham came to me and said, Avram, you can have lots of money, a Premiership team, a London pad and homegrown quality like Scott Parker and I said, well I kind of like Portsmouth. Have you ever seen Belhadj? He has a really funny shaped head, and I like to look at it.’

‘But they just kept on saying Michael Brown, again and again. Eventually I cracked and realised how obvious the decision was. I once had to decide between having a quickie with my hot Israeli neighbour whose husband had just nipped out for bread or mowing the lawn. I would put the difficulty of this decision on a par with that one.’

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