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United Legends - Paul Ince

United Legends - Paul Ince
A series where we, as the title suggest; get to know the legends associated with Manchester United.

b>Name - Paul Emerson Carlyle Ince

Date of Birth - 21st October 1967

Place of Birth - Ilford, London, England

Position - Midfielder

Youth career -
1982-1986 - West Ham United

Senior career -
1986-1989 - West Ham United
1989-1995 - Manchester United
1995-1997 - Internazionale
1997-1999 - Liverpool
1999-2002 - Middlesbrough
2002-2006 - Wolverhampton Wanderers
2006 - Swindon Town
2007 - Macclesfield Town

International Career -
1989 - England U21
1992 - England B
1992-2000 - England

Teams managed -
2006-2007 - Macclesfield Town
2007-2008 - Milton Keynes Dons
2008 - Blackburn Rovers
2009-2010 - Milton Keynes Dons
2010-2011 - Notts County
2012-2014 - Blackpool

Interesting Facts -
1 - Ince won many honours whilst playing for Manchester United, and was the first black player to captain the England team.

2 - Ince was also the first black player to manage a top-tier team in England.

3 - Ince`s son, Tom Ince, plays for Derby County in the Football League Championship.

4 - Ince signed for Manchester United in 1989 for a fee of £1 million.

5 - Ince earned 52 caps for England and scored 2 goals during his time with the national team.

Writer:Charlie Bacchus
Date:Wednesday January 20 2016
Time: 3:47PM

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