THE Guv’nor is back in the game – and you should believe it.
Lucas Joao finished his first shot in the 67th minute before John Swift scored his 11th goal of the season from the penalty spot.
Ince may have only taken a temporary charge at crisis club Reading – but he has already made his mark.
And he came to Berkshire with only one job in mind: Save the Royals from being relegated to League One.
Ince hasn’t been seen in the dig for eight years. Now, he appears to help the Royals get their first home win in 11 games.
And before EnglandThe Manchester United and Liverpool superstar soon mastered the fight against the Brummies.
Ince’s return must have come as a shock to Reading players as well as longtime Berkshire fans.
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Last Saturday, they scored their first win in 13 games, which proved unlucky for gaffer Veljko Paunovic.
The Serbs have agreed to give up the dangerous work PRIOR TO His boys scored a precious 3-2 win over Preston.
And before any names could be dropped, the man who once told Sir Alex Ferguson at Man Utd “Call me Guv’nor.”
But perhaps his appointment should not surprise us, as his son Tom joined the club last month on loan from Stoke.
The last time Ince was called a spoiler was at Blackpool but he lasted less than a year before being sacked in January 2014.
Even Reading looked a bit flustered before the date because they didn’t announce him when he stepped onto the pitch.
And barely a round of applause for Ince from the end fans venting their anger at Paunovic.
But perhaps Ince’s managerial fortunes will change eventually, thanks to Joao scoring his fifth goal in seven games.
And Onel Hernandez stopped Andy Yiadom in the box and Swift doubled the score.
City equalized a goal thanks to an own goal by Tom McIntyre.
As the final whistle blew, Guv’nor hugged his staff as fans sang “We’re staying”.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/football/premier-league/4749370/paul-ince-return-management-reading-win/ Man Utd legend Paul Ince got off to the perfect start on his return to management as Reading clinched a 2-1 win over Birmingham