Will Paul Ince become manager of Blackburn Rovers?

@dangaroo (234)
June 19, 2008 5:58am CST
Paul Ince is being touted as the new manager of Blackburn Rovers, what do you think? I think that he'd do a great job and it is time for him to make the step up after some superb work with the MK Dons. McClaren and Allardyce are his only rivals for the job and I don't think either of them have done themselves a favour in recent times, Allardyce having been the manager of fierce rivals Bolton will not help his cause either. Ince is the in-form manager and I can definitely see him taking over. I'm very glad for him and wish him the best of luck? What do you think? Do you think there was a more appropriate man for the job? What do you think he will achieve with them?
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21 Jun 08
I think it will be good to see if he can take the step up to premiership management. Of the candidates he seems the best option. Allardyce is a miserable and outspoken chump imho and McLaren has gone to Holland. Even if he hadn't, he only managed an average Borough team and then somewhat incredulously the national team
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20 Jun 08
As Britains first black premiership manager he'll be the focus of a lot of attention. He's done really well with his lower league teams and a side like Blackburn, not wanting to disrespect them but they are hardly media darlings, will be the ideal blooding for him. My own side, Fulham, did pretty well when Chris Colman took over and he had no experience at all, so I dont see why Ince couldnt do a good job for them. I dont think theres that many suitable candidates out there at the moment. The big sides are all poaching each others managers. I'm not sure who Jean Tigana is managing at the moment but he would have been a good choice also had he been available.