Swindon Town boss Paolo Di Canio has revealed how he gave away his image rights in return for free treatment for his players at one of the world's top rehabilitation centres. Di Canio struck a deal with a Rome clinic that has allowed players to see a world renowned specialist. Full story here.
Our reporter Chris Spittles talks to Paolo Di Canio following the announcement that Swindon Town have extended his contract through to 2015
Following the announcement that Paolo Di Canio will continue his contract with Swindon Town through to 2015, the manager has commented on allegations that he made racist remarks to former loan player Jonathan Tehoue.
Paolo di Canio has had his contract as manager of Swindon Town extended through to 2015.
The news was announced at a press conference at the County Ground this afternoon. It comes as Di Canio faces allegations that he made racist remarks to former loan player Jonathan Tehoue.
Paolo di Canio has called a press conference this afternoon. The Swindon Town manager is expected to announce his contract is to be extended. It follows a row involving racist abuse.
It's alleged di Canio made a racist remark to on-loan Leyton Orient striker Jonathan Tehoue. But Swindon Town appear to be standing by their man.
A group of five Swindon Town players have apologised for taking part in a drinking session last Saturday night, which drew a furious reaction from their manager, Paolo Di Canio.
The team failed to secure promotion at Aldershot on Tuesday and the Italian accused his players of a lack of professionalism and of celebrating success prematurely, following their victory over Plymouth. Read the full statement on the club website.