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Di Canio Rips Crawley's Evans A New One...

Swindon boss Paolo Di Canio gives Steve Evans a swift kick to the gentleman's areas.

After listening to the pudgy Crawley manager talk trash about Swindon after his clubs 1-1 draw with Morecambe, Di Canio had enough and hit back in yesterday's press conference.

PDC said, "I am not rough, I am not an uneducated person and I am not bad to watch in my opinion. How can I be similar to this guy?'

"My word is clear. I don`t like him as a person and what he said to my player when we played recently he has to put back in his mouth and go to another ground and say it.

"I have nothing against the Crawley players, the Crawley fans and the Crawley board - we are talking about one person.

"I am against his way to behave in football and sometimes I am laughing at what he has said."

Like most Town fans Paolo asked, "I don`t see why he is talking about us,'

Neither do we Paolo, probably envy. Hopefully soon he will go back into the hole he came from.

Honestly Evans let it go and shut the hell up!

SWINDON TOWN 6 - CRAWLEY TOWN 0




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Date:Friday February 24 2012

Time: 7:07AM

 

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