West Ham fires Israeli manager Avram Grant after relegation

By REUTERS
May 15, 2011 22:18

 
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LONDON - West Ham United parted company with Israeli manager Avram Grant after the club was relegated from the Premier League on Sunday.

West Ham's fate was sealed on the penultimate weekend of the season after a 3-2 defeat at fellow strugglers Wigan Athletic left the Londoners marooned at the foot of the table.

"The club can confirm that Avram Grant is no longer the manager of West Ham United," West Ham said in a brief statement on their website.



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