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New Albion Deal For Ince

New Albion Deal For Ince

Rohan Ince has played himself into earning a new long-term contract with Brighton, with this being confirmed this morning. He'll be staying at the Amex until at least June 2016 now with him impressing Oscar who handed him his Albion debut this season.

Ince came to the club almost a year ago now from Chelsea and after progressing through the development side, initially as a central defender, Oscar has successfully converted him into a midfielder and he's flourished under him to become a mainstay in the first team squad.

Oscar spoke to the official website about his 'delight' at the development of Ince this season and how it's pleased him that a new contract has been signed, which he'd earned due to his attitude and commitment on the training ground as well as his performances on the pitch.

A new contract well earned and he'll continue to be a key player for us for the rest of the season and several more seasons to come.

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Writer:VitalSeagull
Date:Friday January 10 2014
Time: 9:02AM

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