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Paolo di Canio still considering Swindon Town future

Di Canio still considering future
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Paolo di Canio says that he is still considering his position as manager of Swindon Town.

Paolo di Canio has said that he is still considering whether to remain in charge of Swindon Town.

The manager announced earlier this month that he was contemplating leaving the club following events in the January transfer window that included the sale of Matt Ritchie to Bournemouth.

Di Canio told Sky Sports News: "The supporters are magnificent and it has been a privilege to be manager of the club for the last year-and-a-half.

"But I stand by what I said before our match with Crawley that I am thinking about what happens next.

"We do not have enough pedigree, mentality or nastiness and play less tippy-tappy. I am angry but these are best lads I have met in my life."

Swindon currently sit third in League One, having been held by bottom side Hartlepool United yesterday.

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