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LONDON - Chelsea's decision to sack coach Avram Grant was inevitable after he failed to win a trophy, says former Blues boss Glenn Hoddle.
Chelsea came second in the Carling Cup, Premier League and Champions League.
"Managing Chelsea at this time, three runners-up situations is just not good enough," Hoddle told BBC Radio 5 Live.
"When you look at Roman Abramovich's money that he has put into it, unfortunately that's the pressure that anyone who goes in there is under."
Grant was dismissed on Saturday after eight months in charge of the club.
Richard Bevan of the League Managers Association told 5 Live's Sportsweek that Abramovich has said he "contributed 30 percent towards the club regarding on-the-pitch activity".
And Hoddle believes that another foreign manager is likely to replace Grant as they are more likely to be comfortable with such an influential club owner.
"That is a foreign concept, isn't it?" said Hoddle. "And maybe these guys are a little bit more used to having that input from a chairman or a president." - BBC