Down or not Grant stays
Oh well kick back and relax Avram. You are in a win win situation
David Gold has promised to keep faith with Avram Grant even if West Ham are relegated.
Grant was only appointed manager over the summer after Gianfranco Zola was sacked following a disappointing 2009/10 campaign.
Having only just avoided relegation last term, the Hammers find themselves facing another scrap for survival as they are currently bottom of the table.
Gold has already given his backing to Grant on a number of occasions, saying he should not feel under any pressure.
And the co-owner fully expects Grant to remain at Upton Park for the long haul.
“I’d be devastated if Avram Grant is not with us for three, four, five, six years,” Gold told Sky Sports News.
Asked if Grant would stay in charge if the worst came to the worst and West Ham dropped out of the Premier League, Gold replied: “We will remain absolutely resolute behind our manager.”