Ince has been granted special dispensation to take the post and Wright told The Sun: "Apparently a guy who has played for some of the biggest clubs in the world, has captained his country and then worked wonders in the lower leagues isn't suitable to manage in the top flight.
"They have since said he can take over as long as he gets the UEFA Pro Licence within two years. But what will a course teach Paul Ince about football?
"Nothing is the answer. This is a man who experienced playing at the highest level with England.
"What he did at Macclesfield and then the MK Dons is a million times more useful than sitting in a classroom being taught by supposed football boffins.
"Here we have a young, bright, determined English-born bloke trying to make his way in the game and people are trying to stop him.
"And they wonder why we are struggling to breed top coaches."