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The Fans Turn On Ince

The Fans Turn On Ince

Last night Blackburn fans turned on Paul Ince and vented their anger at the current state of affairs on and off the pitch.

Various songs were heard throughout the game as the 600 travelling fans (including yours truly) let rip. I personally have backed Ince through out but what I saw last night was simply not good enough.

'You don't know what you're doing' and 'We want Incey out' were amongst the songs that were heard.

There were also chants of 'Tony Parkes's Blue and White army' and 'We want our Rovers back'. Things were that bad that Ince refused to do a press conference afterwards.

Robbie Fowler was also not having an easy day from the away support. Cries of 'you're not fit to wear the shirt' rang out as Ince somehow decided that substituting the invisibile Santa Cruz with Fowler was a better option than bringing Jason Roberts on.

The clock is ticking I am afraid.



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Writer:Mikey D
Date:Thursday December 4 2008
Time: 11:29AM

Comments

0
I normally am as optimistic as they come but I am not sure after last night that Ince has what it takes to turn this around.
Mikey D
04/12/2008 11:32:00
0
Get him out... terrible needs to go can't believe we didnt give him a rolling contract though! like we did with Hughes in hi first year.
roverjoy
04/12/2008 11:44:00
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Yeah this is turning into a shambles and with the fans so vociferous in their vitriolic chanting Williams has to take action. Get Keano in?
roversman
04/12/2008 11:55:00
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good god not Keano... even worse! he'll end up buying all the Irish players and wasting what ever money we have. Gary Johnson from Bristol City if we are sacking Ince - an intelligent man with a down to earth approach.
Mikey D
04/12/2008 12:04:00
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Who realistically would replace him.
Tiny T
04/12/2008 12:29:00
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I have defended him to the hilt but we're getting the point where it's hard to see if this is gonna turn around....Ince appears to be running out of ideas and the big quandry comes whether we trust him to pull us out in the next 6 games which by premier league standard are very winnable, or do we install some one else to sort the problem??? If so then who?? For me only Big Sam could improve our situation......anyone else might just compound our problems.....really dont know
mani13963
04/12/2008 12:42:00
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I have feel as depressed as I did in 1999....This side is basically the side created by Hughes, bar Mr Bentley, who was never replaced, and it has been destroyed by a man who seems incapable of even being honest to his fans..he should do the right thing and resign...and to finish me off The Dingles are in a semi-final…God or (Williams) HELP US!!!
MickyT-Felixstowe
04/12/2008 13:06:00
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good god if the Dingles come up and we get relegated then Ince will want to get a rocket out of the north west...
Mikey D
04/12/2008 13:51:00
0
2 more games, a good performance against liverpool, and then a win against wigan. otherwise he has to be replaced as much as i want ince to be successful and believ he can, i think hes out of his depth!!! lets hope he replaces th old foggeys of a coaching staff with some class.....
whitey_82003
04/12/2008 14:04:00
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ad if he is replaced then lets go for th top.... frank rijkaard is stil out of management..... hah
whitey_82003
04/12/2008 14:08:00
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