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.
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:
Former Aston Villa striker James Collins says he is looking for is looking forward to working with Kevin MacDonald again following the Scotsman’s appointment at The County Ground as the club's new manager.
– James Collins, Swindon Town FC
I have worked with him before and I think it is a great appointment for the Club.Kevin will do well for Swindon Town and I know what he’s about. He is a great coach and I first met him when I was 14-years old in the youth system at Aston Villa. I played under him for the Villa reserves and he will get the best out of the players.
Swindon Town's Chairman Jed McCrory says he is delighted, following appointment of Kevin MacDonald as the club's new manager:
– Jed McCrory, Swindon Town FC Chairman
This is a clear message that the new Board is determined to drive on for promotion this season and continue to try and bring success to Swindon. Kevin has fantastic football credentials as a Double-winner with Liverpool during his playing days and he is an excellent coach. He has great connections with top players and he is a proper football man. We have every faith for Kevin now to lead Swindon from the front at a pivotal moment in the campaign.
You can read the full statement following the appointment on Swindon Town's website.
Kevin MacDonald has been appointed as the new Swindon manager. MacDonald will replace Paolo Di Canio. He has had caretaker roles at Leicester City and Aston Villa.
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.