The giant banners draped outside Wembley tomorrow will pit 70ft high versions of Juande Ramos and Avram Grant face to face. But while victory might have greater significance for Spurs as a club than their capital rivals, it would mean far more for Grant than the Spaniard at the Tottenham helm. Ramos arrived in N17 with a track record of success at Sevilla, underpinning that reputation in the past four months as he has transformed the physical look, footballing outlook and indeed the whole mood around White Hart Lane. For Grant, however, his climb to the Stamford Bridge pinnacle is a more personal triumph, a family story of hope amid true despair, and one he wants to enjoy with the people who mean most to him. Grant will share his big day tomorrow with his father Meir, flying in from Israel to celebrate his 80th birthday by watching his son aim for the win that will validate his position and perhaps take him out of Jose Mourinho’s giant shadow. But a far darker shadow still looms large over the Grant family, a history that helped shape the Blues boss and enabled him to cope with criticism – and, this week,… Read full this story
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