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Friday, 20 October, 2000, 14:40 GMT
Ince joins Dundee's foreigners
Clayton Ince in action with Trinidad and Tobago
Clayton Ince in action with Trinidad and Tobago
Dundee have brought Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Clayton Ince to Dens Park on a three-month loan deal.

The arrival of Ince, who has become surplus to requirements at Crewe, follows the recent departure of first-choice keeper Rab Douglas to Celtic.

Under-21 goalkeeper James Langfield is likely to replace Douglas, in the short-term at least, while Dundee await international clearance to field Ince.

Ince was linked with a move to Sheffield United earlier in the season but that collapsed when United were unwilling to meet Crewe's 75,000 valuation.

But Crewe manager Dario Gradi appears to have lost patience with him due to his regular enforced absence due to international duty.

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