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    SAPFanSTFC wrote:
    ......and the issue is what!?
    He offered his resignation but no one responded therefore he is still employed and does not have a late night access banning order in his contract - therefore he accessed HIS office at HIS place of employment and took HIS possessions in the belief that he would not be returning...
    - I ask again what is the issue!?
    No doubt the Daily Smell will put it's own sensationalistic viewpoint which is (in their opinion), the 'tabloid' truth - WELL MAYTE IT SELLS PAYYYPAS DUNNIT!!!
    T0ssers!!!....and I don't care if you like or don't like PDC they're t0ssers no matter what as it is OUR club they're slagging off.
    You are correct but we should be able to laugh this one off - 'He's got his own keysssssss!!'

    Unless he actually stole any money out of the safe - not much chance of that!

    Or has he also removed the pot that no one can p*ss in? That will be a little under the belt if he has."
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SWINDON TOWN: Di Canio returns to County Ground to collect mementos... at 1am

Paolo Di Canio made a 1am trip to the County Ground

Paolo Di Canio made a 1am trip to the County Ground

First published in Sport
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PAOLO Di Canio snuck into the County Ground in the dead of night to retrieve mementos of his time at Swindon Town, the Advertiser understands.

The Italian, who left the club on Monday, still had a set of keys to get into the stadium and is believed to have been caught on CCTV returning to his office at around 1am on Thursday.

The Adver has learnt that Di Canio removed pictures from the walls of his office which documented his success at the club.

While Di Canio formally confirmed his resignation on Monday, in a statement released to the Advertiser he revealed that it has not been officially accepted by the Swindon board.

He said: “The club have still not responded to my letter of resignation of 12th February.”

Di Canio’s representatives were not available for comment on Thursday night.

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