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The Ince's - Staying Or Going?

Rumours linking Thomas Ince with a move away from the club have been in full flow for quite some time, however with recent reports now claiming manager Paul Ince could be set to follow in his son's footsteps and leave the club, Vital Blackpool asks the question as to whether they are both more likely to stay or go?

Tom was without a doubt the star player last year, and his 18 goals and 14 assists did not go unnoticed by many other clubs who have all been linked with a move for the 21 year old. Fans of the club are very familiar with the rumours by now and I'm sure many of us are not surprised when he hear that another club is interested in the youngster. It is certainly very likely that Tom could leave the club in the summer, with many clubs believed to be willing to pay big money for the winger. Something our chairman will find hard to resist.

However, rumours claiming Paul Ince will leave the club are sure to anger a lot more fans than the rumours linking his son with a move away that's for sure. With two managers having already left last season due to a number of issues, someone claiming the current manager could also leave means it is no surprise that many fans are in uproar. I think we can all say that Ince did a fantastic job when he joined last year, keeping the club in the division and picking up some good results along the way is exactly what the club needed at that point in time, losing him would certainly be a great shame.

However rumours linking him with a move away are believed to be false, and he is still believed to be currently taking training with the club in Portugal. But, with chairman Karl Oyston's methods of running the club, I'm sure many fans are likely to believe that he too could follow in the footsteps of the previous managers.

Written By Dan Bennett.

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Date:Friday June 28 2013

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