Paul Ince - Quotes

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I love tackling, love it. It's better than sex. ---->>>

I like to knuckle down and get on with my job. I'll make mistakes, I'm bound to, but I'll write them down and I'll learn from them. ---->>>

Marcel Desailly was pretty hard when I played against him in a Milan derby. ---->>>

When I retire I'm gonna bet on Wolves drawing every game. I'll be a multi-millionaire! ---->>>

It's a shame the Manchester United situation turned sour. ---->>>

We can't keep playing catch up as we have done for every season I've been here. ---->>>

The problem is, when you come back in you're sweating, so I wait until the very last minute before putting on my shirt so that it's not covered in sweat. ---->>>

We do not want to be giving quality sides such as Southampton, Palace, Norwich and the rest eight or nine points start and expect to get back up with them. ---->>>

I don't like publicity, being in the limelight. ---->>>

I just didn't want to walk away from football without knowing what it meant to be a manager, or even wondering what it was like to be sacked. ---->>>

I'm taking it step by step and not thinking at all about a new contract. ---->>>

It's not just what you do on the pitch, it's what you do off the pitch. ---->>>

Liverpool fans were great to me, I still live near the city and they always come up and shake my hand. ---->>>

Of course, I will keep myself fit, keep my boots clean and you never know. ---->>>

The best player I've ever played with was Paul Gascoigne. He had everything. He was amazing. ---->>>


Name: Paul Ince
Nationality: English
Born: 10-21, 1967
Occupation: Athlete

Paul Emerson Carlyle Ince (; born 21 October 1967) is an English football manager and a former professional footballer who played as a midfielder from 1982 to 2007. Born in Ilford, London, Ince spent the majority of his playing career at the highest level; after leaving West Ham United he joined Manchester United where he played in the Premier League (wikipedia)