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Ince Linked To Macclesfield Town

A day after leaving Swindon Town Paul Ince has already been linked to Accrington Stanley and Macclesfield Town.

Rumours are reporting that Paul Ince left Swindon Town and is now set to accept the Macclesfield Town managers job.

Ince's representative Steve Kutner has played down the link to Macclesfield.

'There's nothing at the moment,' said Kutner.

'There are a few things that still need to be resolved and at the moment Paul is on an LMA course.

'We'll probably sit down after the weekend, once things have been resolved, and talk about what Paul wants to do.

'It's no secret that he wants to get into management, but currently we haven't spoken to anyone about anything.'

Ince is still officially a member of Swindon Town's coaching staff and will assist Swindon when he can to earn his coaching badges.




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 5 2006

Time: 6:03PM

Your Comments

If he goes to manage Macclesfield he will find it very very tough to sort them out.
jono_forest
Perhaps a Coach at Chester would be a good idea? Ince played with Wright while they both played for England?
STFC_Editor
 

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