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Guv'nor Applies For Vacant Position

Paul Ince has answererd the fans clamour for his appointment for the managers position finally vacated by Glenn Hoddle yesterday.

In a statement released through his agent Steve Kutner he thanked fans for their support, and formally announced his application


'Because he has had such overwhelming support from the fans, I have drawn up a letter confirming he would like to be considered for the manager's position,' said Kutner, adding

'Paul is flattered that people would like him to be the next manager of Wolves.'

Talking of the move by THe Guv'nor, CEO Jez Moxey said

'I will make him a final offer on the playing contract, and then we will address the other issue.

'But Paul has made it clear he would be honoured to be considered for the manager's job.'

And it would be a very brave CEO that did not give his application long hard consideration.




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Date:Wednesday July 5 2006

Time: 9:19AM

 

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