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Swindon won 3-1 at Tranmere Rovers, with a goal from Collins and two from Roberts. Immediately afterwards the acting manager, Fabrizio Picaretta, announced he and other technical staff would 'follow Paolo' and resign in the morning.
Paolo Di Canio has resigned as Swindon Town manager - these tweets suggest that the acting manager in tonight's game against Tranmere Rovers - Fabrizio Piccareta - will also leave the club.
Tim Walsh's full report on Paolo di Canio's resignation as manager of Swindon Town.
Swindon Town have confirmed that Fabrizio Piccareta will be in charge for tonight's League One match at Tranmere Rovers. He has taken over as caretaker boss after the departure of Paolo Di Canio. He is expected to talk to the media following tonight's match at Prenton Park.
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.
Our sports reporter, Chris Spittles, looks at his colourful career at the County Ground.
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Caretaker manager Fabrizio Piccareta announces he, along with the remaining technical staff, are to leave Swindon Town Football Club.
Paolo Di Canio has issued this statement to his local paper, The Swindon Advertiser.