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Ince: A Good Thing For The English Game

Ince: A Good Thing For The English Game

Blackburn Rovers manager Paul Ince has backed the appointment of Tony Adams at Premier League rivals Portsmouth.

Ince, who played for England alongside Adams, believes that his appointment is not only good for the Premier League (as it means another English manager in charge of a side) it is also good for the England National team as it means the chances of a home-grown manager succeeding Fabio Capello increases.

Ince told Sky Sports News: "It is another English manager in the Premier League.

"It has got to be a good thing. The bottom line is, we want to have an English international manager.

"We don't have to keep looking overseas. It can only be good for the Premier League and the international scene.
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Writer:Walker
Date:Tuesday October 28 2008
Time: 7:56PM

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The more English talent given the chance, the better for the English game and the amount of British managers in charge of Premier League teams is now increasing with over 50%, which is a vast improvement.
Walker
28/10/2008 19:59:00
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What he says is true here. It is pleasing to see British managers coming through.
Mikey D
28/10/2008 20:03:00
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it is
Gixerstu
30/10/2008 08:36:00
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Nice long post there gixer!!!! Tony Adams will do a good job there I am sure. He has been a student of Harry and will manage in a similar style I am sure.
Mikey D
31/10/2008 16:52:00
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Think he will do you guys well, earned his spurs in l2 give him a chance
SalfordImp
31/10/2008 18:11:00
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