Facts About Paul Ince
|55 Years Old
|Paul Emerson Carlyle Ince
|Place Of Birth
|Ilford, London, England
|1988-89 West Ham United Hammer of the Year, 1992-93 Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year, etc.
|5 ft. 10 inches
|Source of Wealth
|$1 Million-$5 Million
Paul Emerson Carlyle Ince is an English professional football manager who is currently serving as interim manager at EFL Championship side Reading. He is also a former player who played as a midfielder from 1982 to 2007. He has previously played for West Ham United, Manchester United, Inter Milan, Liverpool, Middlesbrough, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Swindon Town, and Macclesfield Town. As a player, he won numerous honors with Manchester United, became the first black player to captain the England team as well as managed a Premier League club at Blackburn in 2008-09.
On the international level, he has represented England at various age levels. He has represented England at U21 and the senior level. He made his debut for the full England team in September 1992. He was capped 53 times by England, scoring two goals in all the competitions.
What is Paul Ince famous for?
- Being a former English professional football player.
- For serving as interim manager at EFL Championship side Reading.
Where is Paul Ince from?
Paul Ince was born on 21 October 1967 in Ilford, Greater London, England. His birth name is Paul Emerson Carlyle Ince. He holds English nationality. He belongs to the black ethnicity. His religion is Christianity. His Zodiac sign is Libra as per his birth date. He was born to his father, Carlyle Jones, and his mother whose detail is still get disclosed yet. He grew up alongside his brother, Jarvis Jones.
Paul Ince Club Career
- At the age of 14, he joined the youth team of West Ham United in 1982 and began his career at the club. He made his debut for the club on 30 November 1986 against Newcastle United in the First Division.
- In the 1987-88 season, he became a regular first-team player and one of the key players for West Ham United, proving himself to have all-around qualities of pace, stamina, uncompromising tackling, and good passing ability. Unfortunately for him, West Ham was not enjoying one of their best spells when he broke into the team. Despite having won the FA Cup in 1980 and finished third in the league in 1986, they had failed to sustain their challenge for major honours and finished 15th in 1987 and 16th in 1988, and worse was to follow.
- In the 1988-89 season, in a struggling West Ham side, he shot to national recognition with two stunning goals in a shock 4-1 win over defending league champions Liverpool in the League Cup and continued to score goals as the Hammers reached the semi-finals while having real trouble finding any form in the League. West Ham lost to Luton Town in the semi-finals and, despite frequent displays of individual brilliance from him, were relegated at the end of the season, a disappointment which cost manager John Lyall his job after 15 years at the helm. West Ham's relegation sparked inevitable speculation that Ince would be sold to a First Division club, with Manchester United being among the clubs being linked to his signature.
- On 14 September 1989, he joined Manchester United for the fee of £1 million. He made his debut for the club on 16 September 1989 in a 5-1 win against Millwall. During his career at Manchester United, he became United's key midfielder, with snapping tackles, raking passes, and some tremendously hit shots, though he was not too prolific a goalscorer. He won numerous honours with Manchester United where he made 214 appearances for the club, scoring 23 goals and providing 16 goals in all the competitions. With Manchester United, he won two Premier League, FA Cup, three FA Charity Shield, one Football League Cup, European Cup Winners’ Cup, and one European Super Cup.
- After playing six seasons at Manchester United, on 1 July 1995, he signed for Inter Milan. He made his debut for the club on 27 August 1995 in a 1-0 win against Vicenza. On 6 April 1996, he scored his first goal for the club in a 4-2 win against Cremonese. In his first season, he made 35 appearances for the club, scoring 3 goals and providing 1 assist in all the competitions as Inter Milan failed to challenge for a 14th scudetto, finishing seventh in Serie A.
- He had another successful season with the club where he made 38 appearances for the club, scoring 10 goals and providing 2 assists in all the competitions as Inter Milan finished third in Serie A and also played his part in Inter's run through to the UEFA Cup final. Additionally, he was offered a new, improved contract by club president, Massimo Moratti, despite having two and a half years left on his current contract. However, due to family reasons, he was unable to accept the contract and returned to England with Liverpool.
- After two seasons in Italy, on 10 June 1997, he returned to England joining Liverpool for more than £4 million- a move that surprised many because of the long history of rivalry between Manchester United and Liverpool, and few players had ever appeared for both of these clubs during their careers. He won no honours in his two seasons with Liverpool as his new club were in the midst of a transitional period where they were cast as 'nearly men', and also described as the 'Spice Boys' - a term coined to describe players including Steve McManaman, Robbie Fowler, Jason, McAteer, and Jamie Redknapp as underachieving playboys in the game; the term itself is derived from the name of the contemporary pop group, the Spice Girls. During his career at Liverpool, he made 81 appearances for the club, scoring 17 goals and providing 11 assists in all the competitions.
- On 30 July 1999, he signed for Middlesbrough for £1 million. As club captain, he played three seasons for the club where he made 103 appearances for the club, scoring 8 goals and providing 3 assists in all the competitions.
- On 5 August 2002, he joined Wolverhampton Wanderers where he played four seasons for the club. During his career at Wolverhampton Wanderers, he made 127 appearances for the club, scoring 12 goals and providing 3 assists in all the competitions.
Paul Ince International Career
- He has represented England at various age levels.
- He has represented England at U21 and the senior level.
- He made his debut for the full England team on 9 September 1992 in a 1-0 friendly loss against Spain.
- On 9 June 1993, he made history during England's summer tour of the US when, in a match against the host nation, he became England's first black captain in the absence of David Platt and Tony Adams which England lost by 2-0.
- On 17 November 1993, he scored his first international goal for England, scoring twice in a 7-1 win against San Marino in the World Cup qualification.
- He was included in England’s squad for Euro 1996 where he made four appearances during the tournament, in which England was eliminated in the semi-finals by Germany on a 7-6 penalties loss.
- On 31 May 1997, he made his 30th England cap as England beat Poland 2-0 in Chorzow to leave them with an opportunity to get through to the World Cup provided they could beat Moldova at Wembley and then not lose to Italy in Rome.
- He was selected in the England squad for the World Cup in 1998, winning his 40th cap in the opening group game against Tunisia in Marseille. England got through the group but succumbed in the second round to Argentina, again after a penalty shoot-out.
- In a warm-up match for Euro 2000 against Malta, he came on as a substitute and won his 50th cap, and was subsequently named in the 22-man squad for the tournament where he played in all three of England's group games of the tournament - winning a penalty against Romania in the last game but England lost two of three matches and were eliminated and he immediately retired from the England scene.
- From 1992 to 2000, he was capped 53 times by England, scoring two goals in all the competitions.
Is Paul Ince still a football manager?
- On 1 August 2006, he signed a one-year contract with Swindon Town as a player/coach. He made his first start for the club on 12 September 2006 in his second game, the 2-1 victory over MK Dons, winning a penalty. However, in October 2006, it was announced that Swindon were cancelling his contract by mutual consent. He had found the travel time from his home in Chester too great a strain. He would nevertheless continue to perform a coaching role at Swindon alongside Dennis Wise.
- On 23 October 2006, he was confirmed as the new player-manager of the League's bottom side Macclesfield Town of Division 2, seven points off their nearest rivals. He then revived confidence and after a 3-0 win against Chester, they managed to climb off the bottom of the table. They subsequently avoided relegation, albeit on the last day of the season. On 4 January 2007, he was named League Two Manager of the Month for December. He then retired as a player while at Macclesfield, where he only made one league appearance for the club. On 5 May 2007, under his management, Macclesfield emerged safely in the Coca-Cola Football League Two.
Milton Keynes Dons
- In June 2007, he felt the need to move on and joined Milton Keynes Dons as their new manager. He was named League Two Manager of the Month in October and December 2007, and again in April 2008. On 30 March 2008, he gained his first trophy as a manager when MK Dons beat Grimsby in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final at Wembley. He then secured the Dons' return to League One on 19 April after they beat Stockport County by 3-2. A week later, the Dons became League Two champions after they beat Bradford City by 2-1.
- In June 2008, he was appointed manager of Blackburn Rovers and became the first black English manager in the Premier League. On the first day of the 200809 FA Premier League season, Blackburn won 3-2 against Everton at Goodison on 16 August. His 2008 summer signings included England international goalkeeper Paul Robinson, Danny Simpson (loan), Vince Grella, Carlos Villanueva (loan), Robbie Fowler, Mark Bunn, and Keith Andrews, spending over £10 million on Robinson, Grella, and Andrews. However, on 16 December 2008, he was sacked as manager of Blackburn after less than six months in charge, in which time the club had managed just three wins in 17 games.
Milton Keynes Dons
- On 3 July 2009, he signed again for Milton Keynes Dons on a two-year deal. During his second spell, the Dons were less successful, finishing in 13th place in League One. On 16 April 2010, he announced that he would leave the job a year early, at the end of the 2009-10 season.
- In October 2010, he was appointed manager of Notts County, however, he only lasted five months before leaving the club by mutual consent in April 2011.
- On 18 February 2013, he was appointed manager of Blackpool. However, he left on 21 January 2014, after less than a year in charge, becoming their fourth-shortest-serving manager in their history (40 league games). Under his management, Blackpool won 12 out of 42 games and had not won since 30 November 2013.
- On 19 February 2022, he and Michael Gilkes were announced as interim managers of EFL Championship side Reading.
As a Player
- Won the 1992-93, 1993-94 Premier League with Manchester United.
- Won the 1989-90, 1993-94 FA Cup with Manchester United.
- Won the 1991-92 Football League Cup with Manchester United.
- Won 1990 (shared), 1993, 1994 FA Charity Shield with Manchester United.
- Won the 1990-91 European Cup Winners’ Cup with Manchester United.
- Won the 1991 European Super Cup with Manchester United.
- Won the 2003 Football League First Division play-offs with Wolverhampton Wanderers.
- Won the 1988-89 West Ham United Hammer of the Year.
- Won the 1992-93 Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year.
As a Manager
- Won the 2007-08 Football League Two with Milton Keynes Dons.
- Won the 2007-08 Football League Trophy with Milton Keynes Dons.
How much is Paul Ince's net worth?
Paul Ince is a retired professional footballer who had played for clubs like West Ham United, Manchester United, Inter Milan, Liverpool, Middlesbrough, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Swindon Town, and Macclesfield Town. He has earned from his professional career as a football player and now earns from his professional career as a football coach. His income is from contracts, salaries, bonuses, and endorsements. As of 2022, his estimated net worth is around $1 million-$5 million but his salary is not revealed yet. Any updates on his salary will be updated here soon.
Who is Paul Ince married to?
Looking at his personal life, he is a married man. He got married to his beautiful girlfriend, Claire Ince who have been together for a long time. The couple is blessed with three children, Tom, Daniel, and Ria Ince. His eldest son, Tom Ince is a professional footballer who plays for EFL Championship club Reading on loan from Stoke City. His daughter, Ria is set to appear in the new Channel 4 show Born famous. He is having an intimate relationship with his love and children. They are living their life happily together.
How tall is Paul Ince?
Paul Ince stands at a height of 1.78m i.e. 5 feet and 10 inches tall. He has a bodyweight of 77kg. Moreover, he has an athletic body build. His eye color and hair color are black. His sexual orientation is straight. His other body measurement such as chest size, biceps size, and waist size is still got to get revealed yet. Overall, he has got a healthy body.
Trivias About Paul Ince You Need To Know.
- From 1982 to 2007, he had played for clubs like West Ham United, Manchester United, Inter Milan, Liverpool, Middlesbrough, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Swindon Town, and Macclesfield Town.
- From 1992 to 2000, he was capped 53 times by England, scoring two goals in all the competitions.
- As a player, he won numerous honours with Manchester United, became the first black player to captain the England team as well as managed a Premier League club at Blackburn in 2008-09.
- His eldest son, Tom Ince is a professional footballer who plays for the EFL Championship club Reading on loan from Stoke City.
- He is the uncle of singer Rochelle Humes and cousin to footballer Rohan Ince and Trinidadian goalkeeper Clayton Ince.