Turmoil at West Ham
It has been a shocking 24 hours at West Ham.
I'm not even bothering with the Sunday papers today as it seems that no-one really knows what is going on at the club.
The speculation yesterday that Grant was to be sacked and Martin O'Neill is to be named as his successor for all I know may not have emanated from West Ham. However, whether the talk of of Grant's sacking is true or not, the club should by now have released an official statement to settle the matter one way or the other.
A lot of supporters seem to be getting fed up (as Grant seems to be) with Karen Brady's Sun column. Grant seemed to take particular umbrage at Brady using her column to announce that Sidwell was not signed because of West Ham's depth in midfield.
Looking at the midfield that finished yesterday's game proves the fallacy of that claim. What the club needs now is not the drip feed of self-interested news from Brady's column but an official announcement about Grant's position and some positive action in the transfer market.