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Leeds chiefs want ‘The Guv’nor’


FORMER BLACKBURN Rovers and MK Dons manager Paul Ince is being considered for the vacant managerial role at Leeds United following Simon Grayson’s sacking on Wednesday (February 1).

Sky Sports sources claim that Ince, 44, is Leeds chairman Ken Bates’s number one choice for the job.

Nicknamed ‘The Guv’nor’, Ince has been without a job since being relieved of his duties at Notts County in April 2011.

The ex-England, Inter Milan, Liverpool and Manchester United midfielder won the League Two trophy and the Johnstone’s Paint trophy during two stints as MK Dons manager.

United youth team coach Neil Redfearn has temporarily been put in charge of the Leeds first team.

Former Whites players Gary McAllister, Lucas Radebe and Gordon Stratchan have been mentioned as possible candidates to fill the role as well as Steve Bruce, Roberto Di Matteo and Neil Warnock.

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