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Di Canio: I don't support fascism

After three days of intense public pressure, the new Sunderland head coach Paolo Di Canio has insisted: "I am not a racist and I do not support the ideology of fascism." He had refused to say if he was a fascist during a news conference yesterday.

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Di Canio dodges ITV News' question on fascist beliefs

Paolo Di Canio refused to talk about his political views during his first press conference since being appointed the head coach of Sunderland.

In the video below, he says he is "not in the House of Parliament" and then dodges ITV News' Martin Geissler's question about whether he still considers himself a fascist:

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