Thomas Christopher "Tom" Ince s an English footballer who plays for Blackpool. Ince's most commonly played positions are those of an attacking midfielder, or on the left side. Ince signed for Liverpool as a youth player in 2008. He made his debut for Liverpool on 22 September 2010 as a 106th minute substitute in Liverpool's third round League Cup defeat to Northampton Town. On 1 November 2010 he linked up with his father at Notts County, signing a short-term loan deal from Liverpool until January 2011.On 13 November, he made his league debut in the 3–1 away loss to Exeter City. On 11 December, Ince scored his first career goal, in County's 2–0 league win against Milton Keynes Dons. On 3 August 2011, Ince signed a two-year contract with Blackpool. He made his Blackpool debut in the League Cup defeat to Sheffield Wednesday on 11 August 2011. He scored his first goals for Blackpool with both in a 2–1 win over Doncaster Rovers on 18 October 2011. On 7 August, he scored twice in a 6–0 win against Ipswich Town. In September, he scored in back-to-back games against Barnsley and Middlesbrough. He scored his tenth goal of the season in November, completing a run of scoring in four successive games.
Confirmed: Tom Ince signs for Premier League side Hull City
Tom Ince has completed his move to Hull City after months of continued negotiations surrounding the Blackpool mans future. The news was confirmed via the clubs official Twitter page, after weeks of talks between the clubs. A number of clubs were intere...
Rumour: Tom Ince set to snub Tottenham, Manchester City and Liverpool interest to join Inter Milan
Tom Ince is set to turn down a stay in the Premier League to follow in father Paul’s footsteps and join Inter Milan on a free transfer in the summer, as reported by the Daily Express. Ince’s contract at Blackpool expires at the end of the season and he had drawn some interest from the [...]The post
Crystal Palace 0-2 Man Utd: Key Stats and Player Ratings
Manchester United kept their slim top four hopes alive with a 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. Palace defended resolutely, but went behind to a 62nd minute Robin Van Persie penalty before a clinical Wayne Rooney strike sealed the points for United. Here’s how the players rated by Squakwa Performance Score: Crystal Palace: [...]The post
Manchester United vs. Crystal Palace - Predicted line-ups & stats preview
Crystal Palace play host to Manchester United on Saturday at Selhurst Park with essential momentum heading into the stretch run on the line for both sides. The Eagles will be looking to avenge a 2-0 defeat at Old Trafford in September, though the perspective of each club has since shifted in the intervening five months. [...]The post
Transfer deadline day in the Premier League brought with it the usual flurry of social media panic, wild rumours of players in helicopters or airports and a whole bushel-load of panicking fans wondering whether their team would squeeze through the last...
The January transfer window has shut, bringing an end to the endless hype, far-fetched rumours and disappointment when your club fails to attract the superstar names reported by various media outlets. It also means that Harry Redknapp can wind up his c...
More assists than Lampard: Everton set to capture clinical winger
Spartak Moscow winger Aiden McGeady is on the verge of signing a pre-contractual agreement with Everton that will take him to Goodison Park in the summer, with an approach for Blackpool’s Tom Ince also in the pipeline, according to The Liverpool Echo. The Irishman, who joined the Russian side in 2010, has been on Toffees [...]The post
Transfer surprise? European giants eye dazzling youngster linked with Liverpool
French side Monaco are rumoured to be lining up a swoop for Blackpool winger Tom Ince. The winger’s contract at Bloomfield Road ends in the summer, and a host of Premier League clubs have been linked with a move for the 21 year old. However the Mirror suggest that Ince may be set to follow [...]The post
Rumour: Highly rated whizkid could don the red of Liverpool
Having successfully retained the services of Tom Ince, who is widely tipped for a bright future in professional football, during the summer, Blackpool will again receive offers from a number of Premier League clubs during the January transfer window, reports the Metro. Before the current season began, both Swansea and Liverpool had approached the Seasiders [...]The post
The car was full of the usual regrets at the previous day's over indulgence in both food and alcohol as The Happy Chocker, Quiet One and yours truly headed to the Seaside for our Boxing Day clash with the Donkey Lashers. It never ceases to amaze me how...