Swindon Town have missed out on a play-off final showdown with West Country rivals Yeovil after losing to Brentford on penalties.
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.
Swindon Town have lost the penalty shoot-out to Brentford.
The home side scored all five of their kicks, but Miles Storey's penalty was saved by goalkeeper Simon Moore.
Brentford will play Yeovil in the final on May 19th, with the winners promoted to the Championship.
It's full time in extra time. The score is still 3-3 (4-4 on agg), so penalties will decide who goes through to play Yeovil Town at Wembley on May 19th.
It's half-time in extra time, and the score is still 3-3 on the night, 4-4 on aggregate.
Swindon have been reduced to ten men after Nathan Byrne was sent off for a second bookable offence.
Fifteen minutes to play, and possibly penalties...
Swindon Town's play-off semi-final second leg at Brentford has gone into extra time.
Town were trailing 3-2 (4-3 on agg) with just seconds remaining. But Aden Flint's unstoppable header in the fifth minute of stoppage time means there will be an extra 30 minutes at Griffin Park.
Swindon Town were denied a first leg victory in their League One play-off semi-final with Brentford after conceding an injury time penalty.
Massimo Luongo had given Town the lead from the edge of the area twenty minutes from time.
But Luongo went from hero to villain when he brought down Harry Forrester in the box in the third minute of added time, and Kevin O'Connor made no mistake from the spot.
The second leg will be played at Griffin Park on Monday.
Swindon Town missed out on the chance to move into the League One automatic promotion places after losing at top-of-the-table Doncaster. Jamie McCombe scored a header in the 80th minute.
Watch an extended interview with new Swindon Town manager Kevin MacDonald at today's press conference: