Ince family fortunes hit by sorry start

February 2013
Daily Mail;2/21/2013, p75
2 LEEDS UTD BLACKPOOL 0 FOR one manager a new beginning, for the other the beginning of the end. At least that was how the opening of Paul Ince's reign as Blackpool manager appeared to be against a man in the opposite dugout whose days were looking increasingly numbered.


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