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Ince Could Start At Wrexham

Swindon Town's latest big name signing Paul Ince could make his long awaited Swindon Town debut tomorrow at Wrexham.

Ince who was ineligible to play last week at Chester may go straight into the team tomorrow due to injuries to Andy Monkhouse, Ady Williams and Jamie Vincent.

Speaking of the probablity of Ince playing, manager Dennis Wise said, 'People asked why I wanted Incey. This (the injuries) is why.

'I spoke to Colin Calderwood and John Gorman and they said 'Dennis, if you can get that extra one in, do it.

'I knew if I took Incey that was it, no more. That`s not a problem to me though as I`m happy with what I`ve got.'

Ince has not played since last season however Wise has said he looks fit. Also getting a start will be Charlie Comyn-Platt who will look to replace Jerel Ifil who is suspended for one match due to a red card at Chester City.




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 8 2006

Time: 5:36PM

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Could go either way this move, but it'll hey give the opposition something to think about.
APG_STFC
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08/09/2006 17:43:00

the hardest game youve had this season by far
the rodge
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08/09/2006 18:37:00

c u lot tuesday looking forward to the game should be a tight game but am expecting goals im going for 3-2 DONS MARTIN ALLENS MK ARMY
the rodge
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08/09/2006 18:39:00

3-1 Swindon Town, O'Hanlon to be injured within 10 mins ha ha
STFC_Editor
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08/09/2006 19:41:00

If we get beaten or draw Sat will need to beat MK Donuts - which I think we will do...Sean 'Judas' O'Hanlon name sounds familar, oh yes..... he used to play for us......gone and nearly forgotten already.
APG_STFC
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08/09/2006 22:45:00

Who's Sean O'Hanlon?
STFC_Editor
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09/09/2006 07:54:00

I think he will do a good job in this division even at his age, class will shine through.
dazza71
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09/09/2006 14:56:00

 

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