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Paul Ince admits Premier League management came ‘too early’ for him


Just a couple of weeks. That was the plan. Just hold the fort until they can find someone else. ‘That old chestnut,’ smiles Paul Ince from behind the desk in the manager’s office at Reading’s training ground.

He is into his eighth month in charge. Back in his natural habitat after eight years out of football. The competitive fire is back in his belly and his team are third in the Championship, with 18 points from 10 games, despite operating under a transfer embargo.

‘In my head, the plan was two or three games and I’d be on my merry way,’ says Ince. ‘I was thinking, steady the ship, get some standards in the building, get some fun back in the building — never easy when you’re not winning — and change the culture a bit.’

Paul Ince is loving his return to managerial life with Reading after eight years away from the dugout

Paul Ince is loving his return to…



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