Swindon Town's Director, Callum Rice, outlines what he sees as the club's future.
The new owners of Swindon Town Football Club have talked about their plans for the Wiltshire club.
It was only last week the deal was approved by the Football League, meaning the club now has the green light to move forward.
Chairman Jed McCrory says the aim is to 'get promotion and keep going forward':
The new owners of Swindon Town Football Club will be speaking for the first time today.
They're holding a press conference to announce their plans for the club. One of the first jobs will be to appoint a new manager following Paolo Di Canio's resignation last week.
Darren Ward and Tommy Miller have been appointed caretaker managers at Swindon Town to oversee preparation for the game against Preston North End on Saturday. Former manager Paolo Di Canio left the club on Monday, followed by assistant manager Fabrizio Picaretta.
The Club was sold today, and some board members have been replaced including chairman Sir William Patey. The new chairman is Jed McCrory. In a statement on their website, the new board say they are now looking for a 'top class' manager to replace Di Canio.
Swindon Town manager Paolo Di Canio has resigned. After less than 2 years in charge, the Italian led Swindon to promotion last season, and they're sixth in the League One table tonight.
But Di Canio says he's disillusioned with events off the pitch, with a star player sold without his knowledge, and the delay of a takeover leaving the club in limbo.
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Last week Paolo said "We were assured that Matt Ritchie was going nowhere and money would be made available for the squad to be strengthened. Within an hour I received a phone call from Matt Ritchie telling me that the club had agreed to sell him."
Paolo Di Canio has resigned manager of Swindon. He says his position had become 'untenable'. More shortly.