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Cardiff City Keen On Paul Ince If Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Turns Down Vincent Tan: Daily Soccer Report

paul ince Cardiff City Keen On Paul Ince If Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Turns Down Vincent Tan: Daily Soccer Report

Cardiff City are interested in signing Paul Ince as the manager to replace Malky Mackay if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer turns down an approach from club owner Vincent Tan, according to The Daily Mail newspaper.

The newspaper reports that Cardiff City Chairman Mehmet Dalman is planning on having more talks with Solskjaer’s representatives today, while sources close to Tan reveal that Paul Ince is a possibility. However, Cardiff have not yet approached Blackpool regarding Ince’s availability.

Dan Petrescu and Sven-Goran Eriksson are also listed as possibilities.

Paul Ince last managed in the Premier League when he was in charge at Blackburn Rovers in 2008. However, his management experience as the first black British manager to be in charge in the top flight was short lived after he was sacked six months into the job.

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