Well, 2010/11 was a major blow out as far as us West Ham United fans are concerned. After 37 games, the Davids finally saw sense and sacked Grant for a less-than-mediocre performance, leaving the club to rue the day they ever clapped eyes upon a resume that included "Champions League runner-up."
Now begins the fun part—well, fun for the media at least.
Who goes (bless you, Parker), who comes in and who will lead the helm. The problem with the manager lies in the known fact that the Davids and Brady are very media friendly, often at the detriment of the manager, which Grant found out first hand.
With that in mind, let's see who the news outlets have as being crazy enough to want the job.