Paul Ince is a force to reckon with in the world of sports. He serves as an example of a role model. He has played for a number of teams, including, West Ham, Manchester United, Inter Milan, and Middlesbrough among many more.
He also has had leadership roles as a captain, being the first black Captain in England when they played against USA, as well as in Middlesbrough, and a manager at Milton Keynes Dons, seeing to their success at the League Two. Hey also won the Football League Trophy in 2007, at Wembley. Other roles for management have been at League One club Notts, and Blackburn Rovers.
He had very humble beginnings, with his father leaving when he was just two. He however had an interest in football and won many youth caps, when he was an apprentice. He also got the Under-21 honours. He played his first game at West Ham, when he was in his late teens. He had previously scored 12 goals, with 93 appearances between 1986 and 1989 for the Hammers. He was a skilled player with a pace, tackling as well as stamina that left many people in awe. He had become a real winner at Old Trafford, as he had won both The Premier League as well as the FA Cup two times. He moved to Inter Milan in 1995.
Ince’s passion now is management. He seeks to inspire young people in the sports world to go ahead and be the best they can be in the sports world and in society too, which is his way of giving back to society.