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Paul Ince Leaves Swindon Town

Swindon Town midfielder Paul Ince has announced his retirement from playing but will still coach at Swindon Town.

The official site announced Ince's decision earlier this morning.

'The realities of living away from home and the travel time from Chester, have proved more challenging than the ambition to play for his old friend Dennis Wise. Paul and Dennis have mutually agreed to cancel Paul Ince's contract forthwith.'




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The Journalist

Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday October 4 2006

Time: 10:24AM

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That is a shame would have been nice to see him play at this level.
Voodoo Blue
It is a shame. He wasn't match fit though. Was great to see such a legend in a Swindon Town shirt though.
STFC_Editor
 

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