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Ince became a strong presence in the United midfield alongside long serving captain Bryan Robson and ( when he wasn't out of the team injured ) fellow new midfielder Neil Webb.
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His new production company became an autonomous production unit partner in Triangle Film Corporation along with Thomas Ince and Keystone Studios ' Mack Sennett ; the Triangle Film Corporation was headed by Griffith's partner Harry Aitken, who was released from the Mutual Film Corporation, and his brother Roy.
In 1915 Keystone Studios became an autonomous production unit of the ambitious Triangle Film Corporation, as Sennett joined forces with movie bigwigs D. W. Griffith and Thomas Ince.
He first found work as an extra with the Thomas Ince Studios, and soon became a favorite of Maurice Tourneur, who also hired him to write and direct several pictures.
Redknapp became vice-and then full club captain by 1999 – 2000 following the departures of John Barnes, Steve McManaman and Paul Ince.
In 1915 Keystone Studios became an autonomous production unit of the Triangle Film Corporation with D. W. Griffith and Thomas Ince.
Built from 1720, Ince Blundell Hall was the home of the Blundells of Ince, who became the Weld-Blundells until 1959.
Meanwhile, Ince became United's key midfielder, with snapping tackles, raking passes and some tremendously hit shots, though he was not too prolific a goalscorer.
However, Ince made history during England's summer tour of the U. S. when, in a match against the host nation, he became England's first black captain in the absence of David Platt and Tony Adams.
S. Z. de Ferranti, the company set up by Ferranti in 1885 with Francis Ince and Charles Sparks as partners, became S. Z de Ferranti Ltd in 1890 and Ferranti Ltd in 1900, after resignation of Ince and Sparks.
It rapidly became clear that Ince was characteristically taking credit for Ford's work, so Ford moved to Universal in early 1913.
Clive Sullivan became the first black captain of the Great Britain team in 1972, 21 years before Paul Ince became the first black captain of England's soccer team.
His first job was as an assistant in the paint department at Thomas H. Ince Studios, but he soon became a camera assistant before graduating to full-time cameraman.
Ince and United
After she refused to broadcast anti-American propaganda, Toguri was assured by Major Cousens and Captain Ince that they would not write scripts having her say anything against the United States.
Robson was still a regular choice for United during the 1991 – 92 season despite competition from likes of Paul Ince, Neil Webb and Andrei Kanchelskis.
The club's regular central midfielders for this season were Paul Ince ( who had been at United since 1989 ) and Brian McClair ( who was shifted from the attacking positions following the late November arrival of Eric Cantona ), while his other favoured position on the right side of midfield was either occupied by Mike Phelan or the younger, wider-lying Andrei Kanchelskis and Lee Sharpe.
Paul Ince and Bryan Robson had established a formidable partnership in the centre of midfield, having just inspired Manchester United to their first league title since 1967.
The summer of 1995 saw a period of change at United, with Ince leaving for Internazionale as well as striker Mark Hughes moving to Chelsea and Andrei Kanchelskis being sold to Everton.
Under Paul Ince and Sam Allardyce he failed to break into the first team on a consistent basis, and on 17 September 2009 Khizanishvili joined Championship team Newcastle United on loan in a three-month deal.
The Manchester United team, managed by former St. Johnstone player Alex Ferguson, included Jim Leighton, Steve Bruce, Gary Pallister, Bryan Robson, Paul Ince, Brian McClair, Mark Hughes and Lee Sharpe.
Born in Ilford, Greater London, Ince spent the majority of his playing career at the highest level ; after leaving West Ham United he joined Manchester United where he played in the Premier League.
Ince played just once in the Second Division the following season before completing a highly controversial transfer to Manchester United for £ 1 million.
Ince had been photographed in a Manchester United kit long before the transfer was complete, which appeared in the Daily Express.
Ince eventually made his Manchester United debut in a 5 – 1 win over Millwall, although his next game for United came in a 5 – 1 Manchester derby defeat by Manchester City.
The next year, Manchester United were competing in the inaugural Premiership season with Ince and his best friend at the time, Ryan Giggs at the fore and part of a now legendary team that included Mark Hughes, Eric Cantona, Peter Schmeichel, Andrei Kanchelskis, Steve Bruce and Denis Irwin.
Seeking a first League title for 26 years, United won it and Ince completed his domestic medal set just three years after joining the club.
Manchester United continued to dominate the domestic game in 1993 – 94 and Ince was the midfield general in the side which won the " double " of Premiership and FA Cup in 1994.
A year later and Ince suffered more of the all too familiar chants of " Judas " when he and Manchester United went to West Ham on the last day of the season, needing a win to retain their Premiership crown.
It went from bad to worse as Ince featured then in the United team which also lost the FA Cup final to Everton.
While at United, Ince had collected two Premier League title medals as well as two FA Cup winner's medals and one winner's medal each in the European Cup Winners ' Cup and Football League Cup.
Ince joined Wolverhampton Wanderers and was playing outside a national top division for the first time since his one brief appearance there for West Ham in 1989, prior to his move to Manchester United.
They were relegated after just one season in the top flight ( their first since 1983 – 84 ), but Ince helped them beat his old club Manchester United 1 – 0 in mid January and chose to stay with Wolves despite their relegation.
McManaman scored a crucial goal away at Blackburn Rovers, set up a dramatic injury time equaliser with a through ball for Paul Ince to score in front of the Kop against Manchester United, and scored the winner from outside the area with a half volley to complete the full turn around result against Tottenham Hotspur, after trailing 2 – 0 at half time.
Ince and midfield
Players like Steve McManaman and Darren Anderton emerged, and Venables decided to employ Paul Ince and Gascoigne in central midfield by the time Euro 1996 came round.
Anderson's hopes of winning his place back in the 1990 – 91 season were crushed when Ferguson paid Oldham Athletic £ 625, 000 for Denis Irwin, who quickly established himself as the first choice right-back, while Ince switched back to central midfield.
With Stan Collymore moving to Aston Villa in the close season, Evans did not want to throw Owen into the first team, so he brought in midfield hardman Paul Ince, and legendary German striker Karlheinz Riedle to partner the prolific Robbie Fowler.
In both of these games, Ince was selected at right-back in favour of Viv Anderson, with his favoured central midfield position being occupied by Mike Phelan.
During that season, his central midfield partner Roy Keane had missed 17 of United's 42 league games due to injury, meaning that Ince often found himself partnered with Brian McClair and – particularly towards the end of the season – the 20-year-old Nicky Butt.
During Euro 96 Ince was a member of Terry Venables ' England team as the midfield ball winner and got the label of " Gazza's minder " whose job was to create room for Paul Gascoigne to exploit with his natural ball skills.
Venables put Ince back in the side for the semifinal against Germany, replacing the suspended Gary Neville as England switched systems to a back three, accommodating Ince in central midfield with Paul Gascoigne and David Platt.
Ferguson intended to build his own team having signed midfield duo Neil Webb and Mike Phelan, and was looking at signing Paul Ince, Gary Pallister and Danny Wallace.
He had played on the right side of midfield before Irwin's arrival, most notably in the FA Cup final win over Crystal Palace in May 1990, when Paul Ince was switched from central midfield to right back.