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Ince To Decide On Retirement

Ex-United midfielder Paul Ince has yet to decide where he will retire or play again for one more season.

Ince: 'I've been offered a year and it's going to be a case of sitting down personally with Jez to see where we go.

'I've only just come back from being away, I'm doing this course for a week and then I'm off on holiday for 11 days.

'After that I'll hopefully be able to speak to Jez and we can see how things stand.'

It is believed accepting the deal currently on the table would mean a substantial cut in wages for the Wolves skipper.




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Writer: Cantona Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday June 6 2006

Time: 5:59PM

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he still has one year left in him at championship level. he could play on after that in the lower leagues if he wants too
green giant 12
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06/06/2006 18:16:00

Paul Ince could play on forever if he wanted to. He's a great player and he's still reasonably young. Look at Sherringham.
POMPEYMEV
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07/06/2006 09:28:00

The man was finished two years ago. The only reason he looks good is that he has mediocre players around him. I'd get rid and get a youngster in to start building around.
FEn_100
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07/06/2006 14:55:00

GOOD LUCK TO HIM, WHATEVER HE DECIDES
zipadeedoodah
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08/06/2006 20:13:00

I'm with FEn-100 on this one, he is finished.
sdandrk
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08/06/2006 21:36:00

 

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