Coach Paul Ince has only been with Reading for more than a year. When he was still playing football, he contributed to West Ham, MU, Inter, Liverpool, Middlesbrough, Wolves, Swindon Town and Macclesfield Town clubs. Under the guidance of the 55-year-old British strategist, Reading went through a series of 8 consecutive matches without knowing the smell of victory. With such a bad result, it is not surprising that Reading is ranked 3rd from the bottom on the Championship 2022/23 rankings (22nd) with only 41 points earned after 41 matches.
Notably, just 7 days ago, Reading was deducted up to 6 points for violating the financial fair play law. With the current poor situation, this team is unlikely to be able to stay in the relegation when the 2022/23 season ends. Regarding the condition of coach Paul Ince, the official website of Reading recently issued a notice: “We can confirm that coach Paul Ince is no longer a member of Reading. The decision to terminate his contract with him has been decided. effective immediately”.
“Initially, coach Paul Ince was appointed interim manager of Reading in February 2022. Accompanying him were assistants Alex Rae, Michael Gilkes and Mikele Leigertwood. Coach Paul Ince helped Reading successfully stay relegated. when winning 4 in the last 14 rounds of last season”.
“Last summer, we appointed Paul Ince as the official coach of the team. Despite facing many difficulties due to transfer restrictions, coach Paul Ince still built a team that won 5 won in 7 home games at the beginning of the season”.
“It is a very good start, but the team has not won a single victory in the last 8 matches. The above fact plus the penalty of minus 6 points makes Reading face the risk of relegation. After assessment situation, team owner Dai Yongge thinks that Reading needs to change.”
“That’s why Reading has said goodbye to coach Paul Ince and assistant Alex Rae. In the immediate future, the U21 coach, former striker Noel Hunt, will take over the position of coach Paul Ince until the end of the season. Supporting him are Eddie Niedzwiecki and James Oliver-Pearce”.