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Paolo: We Were Pathetic And Rubbish

Swindon Town manager Paolo Di Canio has slammed his teams desire and performance following their shock exit from the FA Cup after losing 2-0 to Macclesfield Town at the County Ground this afternoon.

Speaking to the media following the embarrassing performance, Paolo said, 'We are average individuals in terms of professionalism and desire.

'The approach from the players was pathetic, rubbish.

'They have to respect their shirt, the fans and the money they have at the end of the month.'

As a result of this poor performance PDC has told his players to show up for training at 7:30 tomorrow morning.




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Date:Saturday November 3 2012

Time: 8:12PM

 

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