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Di Canio: Do It My Way Or Leave!

Di Canio: Do It My Way Or Leave!

Swindon Town manager Paolo Di Canio has issued a stern warning to his squad prior to tonight`s game against Brighton & Hove Albion in the Capital One Cup.

The Town manager has been disappointed in his squad lately who have questioned his training methods and used outside of football matters as an excuse to underperform during training.

Most noted is former Town captain Paul Caddis. Caddis apparently has been lacklustre during training and lost the captains armband and been told if he doesn`t sort himself out, he will be gone.

Di Canio said that a few of his players have used the fact they have a baby as an excuse not to train as hard as they would as they are tired. Paolo says this is a feeble excuse and if this is their attitude they are free to leave the club.

Di Canio noted that although some of his players have asked questions, many like Tommy Miller and Alan McCormack have raised to the challenge and are delighting the Italian with their attitude and professionalism during training.

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Writer:Shaun Calderwood
Date:Tuesday August 14 2012
Time: 10:03AM

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