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    robstfc wrote:
    hornet wrote:

    Please come off planet Paolo now he's gone

    Read some of Andrew Blacks Twitter comments may be you will all realise the PDC and JW were not the legends you want them to be

    All about Paolo sod the finances of the club
    Agreed, some amazing comments by Black tonight.... He feared for the clubs future after last relegation.. And JW was a massive west ham fan, Who obsessed about Paolo... Also club nearly sold in 2011 but deal fell through at the last minute. The 3 year plan wasn't his... It was only ever mentioned to him once....
    I don't use twitter anything else said?"
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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

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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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