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's new manager Kevin MacDonald says he "cannot wait to get cracking" following his appointment. The 52-year-old has been a coach at Aston Villa, and was caretaker manager of the club for eight games in 2010 after Martin O'Neill's departure.
– Kevin MacDonald, Swindon Town manager
The Club is in a good position in League One but the players and everyone connected with the team now have to apply themselves to achieve the best possible finish to this season and beyond.
MacDonald will be introduced to the media after training on Friday at The County Ground.
Read the full statement from Kevin MacDonald on the Swindon Town FC website.
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.
Swindon Town Football Club have announced Kevin MacDonald as their new manager.
The 52-year-old has been a coach at Aston Villa, and was caretaker manager of the club for eight games in 2010 after Martin O'Neill's departure.
As a player, MacDonald was a midfielder for Leicester and Liverpool in the 1980s.
For more on this story, visit Swindon Town's official website.
Former Swindon Town manager Paolo Di Canio says there is no chance that he will resume his job at the County Ground. In an interview with Sky Sports News the Italian said it wasn't fair on the fans to speculate that he may one day return.
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.
Darren Ward and Tommy Miller have been appointed caretaker managers at Swindon Town to oversee preparation for the game against Preston North End on Saturday. Former manager Paolo Di Canio left the club on Monday, followed by assistant manager Fabrizio Picaretta.
The Club was sold today, and some board members have been replaced including chairman Sir William Patey. The new chairman is Jed McCrory. In a statement on their website, the new board say they are now looking for a 'top class' manager to replace Di Canio.