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Di Canio not pickin’ up good vibrations at Swindon

November 10, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Swindon Town’s supporters are up in arms after Paulo di Canio’s wild touchline hand movements in the technical area at a recent home match have been de-coded, with embarrassing implications for the former striker.

Italian body language expert Fabio Gesticolazione claimed the controversial boss was using sign language to send a coded message to fans, repeating an away supporters’ chant sung to the tune of the Beach Boys’ ‘Sloop John B’, “I want to go home, I want to go home, Swindon’s worse than West Ham, I want to go home.”

A supporter reacted by telling us, “We suspected that Paulo’s heart wasn’t in it. He is a homesick mercenary just looking to add Swindon as a notch on his football management CV.

“Swindon may not be Florence or Venice but has cultural beauty somewhere – although I admit we haven’t found it having been stuck on the magic roundabout for years.”

However, Di Canio’s spokesman said, “It is true that Paulo does get homesick and thinks that he has even more to offer Italy and its women than Berlusconi, but he will give all he has to the club until a better opportunity in a more refined city comes along.

“Although the pay here will not help him add to his fine art collection, money is not his main motivator. If it was he certainly wouldn’t have come to Swindon.”

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  1. November 10, 2011 at 23:41

    The daft bugger should just go back to doing the fascist salute.

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