Avram Grant is now the all-time leading goal scorer for the Israel national football team. In 2006, he led his country to the quarterfinals of the World Cup, where they were narrowly defeated by Italy. Grant has won a host of other accolades during his career, including two UEFA Champions League titles (with Chelsea in 2004 and 2005), and two English Premier League titles (with Manchester City in 2008 and 2009). He is currently head coach of FC Basel in Switzerland.
Avram Grant was born on May 25, 1970, in Tel Aviv, Israel. He started playing football at an early age, and attended youth clubs in both Romania and England before joining Hapoel Tel Aviv as a teenager. He made his senior debut in 1992, and was part of the team that won the Israeli Premier League title in 1993. The following year he signed with fellow Israeli club Beitar Jerusalem, where he went on to win three consecutive Israeli Premier League titles (1996–1998). Avram Grant transferred to Chelsea in 1998 for a then-record fee of £11 million. During his time at Chelsea, he helped them win three Premier League titles (2000–2002), two FA Cups (2001 and 2003), and one UEFA Champions League
Avram Grant was born in Tel Aviv, Israel in 1963
Avram Grant is an Israeli football manager who has had a successful career in both club and international football. He has been manager of several clubs, including Chelsea, Maccabi Tel Aviv, Valencia, and FC Porto. He also played for club and country, making over 100 appearances for the Israeli national team. In 2007, he was appointed manager of Chelsea, where he remained until 2013. He then became head coach of Egypt national team, where he led them to the 2014 World Cup Final. In September 2017, he was appointed the new manager of Premier League side Manchester City. Grant made his professional debut with Hapoel Tel Aviv in 1996 and went on to play for the club for nine years, becoming captain of the team in 2002. During his time at Hapoel, Grant won two Israeli Premier League titles and two Israeli Cups.