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  • "Paulo

    You have not just been wonderful to the club, you have been great to the town. Your enthusiasm has rubbed off on so many people, Swindon who were a household name in 1969 have again become one and people all over England perk up when Swindon is mentioned.

    Until last season we were another club. Under you we have become a big Club. The "Shots" program says so, because everyone knows the team you have built, and continue to build want to win and win well. And when we do that gees you up and every body feels geed up.

    You may not be a Wltshire man but you are the closest thing to gold dust this county has ever had. Of couse you must stay. I have been supporting this team since before 69, and only once since (not Hoddle but when Alan Mayes was up front) did I feel the pride of 69 again, untll last year that is. Despite the directors problems, the team still stands tall and proud and you Mr Di Canio are the reason why

    The town needs you to stay, the fans want you to stay, the team needs you to stay. What more do you need?"
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Show Di Canio why fans think he should stay at the County Ground

Send your messages to Paolo

Send your messages to Paolo

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WITH Swindon Town boss Paolo Di Canio threatening to quit the club, the Swindon Advertiser has launched a campaign urging him to stay at the County Ground.

To kick off our campaign, we are asking supporters to post their messages persuading Di Canio not to leave.

Leave your comment for Di Canio by logging onto the Swindon Advertiser website and clicking on the ‘comment’ section.

Once we have collated all your posts we will present them to Di Canio personally at Thursday’s press call at the County Ground.

Please keep all posts free of offensive language and we reserve the right to edit posts for grammatical errors.

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