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Ince Ready To Commit?

Ince Ready To Commit?

Paul Ince has given what some are saying is his clearest indication yet that he is about to sign a new one year deal at Molineux.

Every season since signing for Wolves has been his last, but The Guv'nor seems unwilling to quit the game unless it's on a high- of helping Wolves once again achieve promotion.

Paul signed for Wanderers, along with Denis Irwin in the sumer of 2002, for one final hurrah, but has been unable to kiss goodbye to the club whose fans now look at him as being one of their own.

I've been saying for five years that each season would be my last - but this really is,' Paul told the E&S, adding

'It's getting harder and harder - the aches and pains in my legs, groin and back. I think my body is trying to tell me something.

'But I have loved my time in gold and black and want to finish here,'







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Date:Friday June 9 2006
Time: 11:04AM

Comments

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he will proberly sign a new deal, he still has another season left in him at this level
green giant 12
09/06/2006 11:17:00
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What rubbish green giant, The man was finished two seasons ago. Why doesn't he just go quietly and get his coaching badges.
FEn_100
10/06/2006 04:00:00
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FEn true, but as he says he wants to go out on a high, helping Wolves achieve something, therefore he will retire aged 367 after helping them avoid relegation.
Hoddlesleftnut
13/06/2006 01:30:00
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lolol :)
FEn_100
15/06/2006 01:28:00
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Agree Green Giant! I think he has plenty left to offer you at this level!
richy23
19/06/2006 11:04:00
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