Paolo Di Canio has issued this statement to his local paper, The Swindon Advertiser.
Paolo Di Canio is considering his future as Swindon manager after a whirlwind week at the club. Here's tonight's statement in full.
A look ahead to the weekend's football fixtures in the Meridian region.
Oxford United defeated Burton Albion to maintain their 100^% away record. Potter and Rose scored for Oxford. Burton Albion's Ian Sharps was sent off after 36 minutes.
Portsmouth took a point from their away match at Cheltenham. Their goals were scored by Agyemang and Ertl.
Gillingham squandered a one-goal lead at Crawley, McFadzean and Clarke (2) scored for Crawley - his second in the 81st minute.. Kedwell and Legge were the scorers for Gillingham.
Alex Pritchard gave Swindon the lead, away to MK Dons. He scored with a bending free kick. Nathan Byrne was sent off for stamping on Shaun Williams, then Bamford scored the equaliser. MK Dons thought they had scored a late winner, but it was ruled offside.
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Former Crawley boss Steve Evans made a happy return to Broadfield Stadium as his Rotherdam side beat his old team 2-1.Mat Sadler put Crawley ahead after only 14 minutes but Kieran Agard (36) equalised and substitute David Worrall settled the game 13 minutes from time.
Farid El Alagui's last-gasp strike rescued a 1-1 draw for Brentford against Gillingham and denied former Bees boss Martin Allen a first league win of the season after Adebayo Akinfenwa had slotted home from close range in the 40th minute.
Shrewsbury deservedly eased to their first win of the season as they overcame Swindon 2-0 thanks to goals from debutant Adam Reach (nine) and substitute Tom Bradshaw (85).
The 20-year-old striker, a summer capture from Watford, scored the only goal of the game with a fierce right-footed winner early on as highly-fancied Peterborough saw off Swindon.The victory sees Posh claim an early advantage over promotion favourites Wolves.
None of the four sides who were playing League Two football last season managed to start with a win as champions Gillingham were beaten 1-0 at home by Colchester, substitute Andy Bond netting the winner late on, while Rotherham and Port Vale both drew.
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Both of the south's teams in League Two managed a point this afternoon.
Oxford United drew 1-all at home to Morecambe. Aldershot also managed a 1-all draw away at Rochdale.
Crawley drew 1-1 at home to Stevenage.
Swindon couldn't manage a win either also drawing 1-all at home to Oldham - which keeps them in the play-off position.
AFC Bournemouth were at Colchester and came away with a 1-nil win which lifts the Cherries into an automatic promotion place.
Portsmouth are away to Preston - kick-off was at 5 o'clock.
Watch an extended interview with new Swindon Town manager Kevin MacDonald at today's press conference: