Ince in the frame for vacant Leeds managerial vacancy

Paul Ince is reportedly a frontrunner in filling the vacant managerial role at Leeds United.

Paul Ince is reportedly a frontrunner in filling the vacant managerial role at Leeds United.

The 44-year-old has not managed since leaving Notts County in April last year after an ill-fated five months at the helm, with the Magpies losing a club record nine successive games under his tenure.

Ince has also spent two stints in charge at MK Dons, guiding the club to the League Two trophy and promotion in 2008, as well as the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.

The former Manchester United midfielder started his managerial career in charge of Macclesfield Town, while his two spells at the Dons came either side of a short stint at Blackburn Rovers, where he won just three games in 17.

He is the latest name to emerge in connection with the Leeds post, with Neil Warnock, Roberto Di Matteo and Steve Bruce also reportedly in the frame.

Other names to have been linked to the role are Leeds United legends Gordon Strachan, Lucas Radebe and Gary McAllister.

 
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