Swindon AdvertiserDi Canio returns to County Ground to collect mementos... at 1am (From Swindon Advertiser)

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    KojaktheWarg wrote:
    Hmm. In my view there is almost an undertone of mocking in this article. PDC and his team did fantastically and its been a glorious ride. We are moving on and we acknowledge that. But don't take cheap shots at PDC who, lets face it was popular with Swindon fans for a very good reason - because we appreciated what he did for Swindon. Good luck to the new board and management of Swindon. Good luck and RESPECT to PDC and his technical team wherever they go. With regard to the other article - Pateys comments were unnecessary in my view and i would say that they were less than diplomatic. It didnt need to be said. What was said about PDC by Patey doesn't change anything, it just sours it. Cheap shots in my view. I am grateful to the previous board for saving the club at crucial time, grateful to PDC for what he did, and now grateful to Jed and his mates for rescuing us from financial difficulty. Cue the next phase of our wonderful club.
    Thinking Patey's got a spot warm for him on the Washbag's "Wall of shame!""
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SWINDON TOWN: Di Canio returns to County Ground to collect mementos... at 1am

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

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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