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Ince Can't Wait For Cup Clash

Ince Can't Wait For Cup Clash

Wolves captain Paul Ince can't wait for a meeting with his old mates. But, giving them the respect they deserve, Burton could have something to say about it.

The 38-year-old former England midfielder was a key player for United in the early 1990s, winning two FA Cups as well as two Premier League titles, but now has the chance to derail Sir Alex Ferguson's hopes of a sixth FA Cup success and knock out his old friend Ryan Giggs.

'My initial reaction was let's hope it's Burton - but we are all presuming it's going to be Man United,' Ince told his club's official website www.wolves.co.uk.

'If we look at it that way, then it's a massive draw for us. We played them two years ago in the league and won 1-0 - so if we could have a repeat of that then we would all be happy.

'I am waiting for a call off Giggsy. He is my closest friend at Old Trafford. It won't be long before the banter starts.

'It's always nice to play your old club and if I am involved it will be one I will really look forward to.

'Our priority has always got to be gaining promotion but, of course, we would all love to do well in the FA Cup.'



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Writer:Cantona
Date:Tuesday January 10 2006
Time: 12:41PM

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