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Ince rages at ref (AUDIO)

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It was 19 years to the day since Sir Alex Ferguson signed Paul Ince for Manchester United as the experienced Scot came up against his former midfield enforcer for the first time as a manger.

The clash at Ewood Park saw the visitors claim all 3 points despite a decision which left Ince furious.

Goalkeeper Jason Brown, standing in for Paul Robinson, was obstructed coming for a cross by Nemanja Vidic as Wes Brown rose to head home the first goal. Wayne Rooney scored the second after half time to seal the victory.

The former MK Dons boss admitted afterwards whilst the goal did not cost his team the game, the referee had a lot to answer for.




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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday October 5 2008

Time: 10:53PM

Your Comments

hes a proper idiot now he wants to ban referees...talk about STUPID..
oztheman
Refs seem to be causing a lot of defeats lately........
lincolnblue
we won 2 games as well..newcastle handball and everton offside
oztheman
Yes it was a foul. Sometimes the work against you & others for you.
storagematt
True storage matt.I think Ince is right to rage at the ref slightly but also should lay a portion of the blame at the teams door aswell.
Mikey D
 

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