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Local Media Peddle Di Canio Rumour

Local Media Peddle Di Canio Rumour

Another day, another rumour.

The Glenn Hoddle rumour came and went which was probably due to the fact the former Town manager had openly dismissed going back into management BEFORE the rumour was circulated!

Today it's former West Ham United favourite Paolo Di Canio who has climbed up the bookies prediction lists in the last 48 hours.

Apparently Di Canio was previously in talks with Newport County before they appointed Tottenham coach Anthony Hudson.

Now he has been linked to Town. Yippee.

Plenty will be excited by the idea of the Italian joining Town, it would certainly create a media frenzy, by 'frenzy' I mean that Sky Sports News would probably turn up for a couple of days.

There's plenty of reasons why appointing Di Canio would be a bad choice and that's before we get to his links to fascism!

WHAT DO YOU THINK?

DO YOU WANT DI CANIO AS MANAGER?

DOES HIS POLITCAL BELIEFS MATTER?

Comment below please.



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Writer:Nellup
Date:Monday May 9 2011
Time: 8:09PM

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