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  • ecu 31 Mar 2013 15:21:07 77,206 posts
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    Di Canio to Sunderland according to Sky.
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    Wow.
  • Jono62 31 Mar 2013 15:22:10 14,240 posts
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    Fully deserved for Liverpool. We have no idea what to do with the ball when we go behind. We just pass sideways or backwards.

    Next game against Stoke is crucial now. Hopefully we can win to drag them right into it.
  • Tom_Servo 31 Mar 2013 15:24:18 18,076 posts
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    ecureuil wrote:
    Di Canio to Sunderland according to Sky.
    Ha! Entertainment there.
  • Tom_Servo 31 Mar 2013 15:29:18 18,076 posts
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    Why would Gerrard be getting stick off his mates for his hair? Looks like a generic short haircut to me.
  • nickthegun 31 Mar 2013 15:32:02 60,951 posts
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    Its because hes got a threehead.

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  • kentmonkey 31 Mar 2013 15:36:40 20,846 posts
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    Still think getting rid of O'Neil was a good move, but appointing Di Canio is......
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    ridiculous.
  • Tom_Servo 31 Mar 2013 15:40:48 18,076 posts
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    Might be wrong on this, but it seems to me that Di Canio has done pretty well at Swindon but not really well enough to warrant being in contention from PL jobs. No doubt the fact he was never out the news for his antics has helped raise his profile as a manager a bit.
  • ecu 31 Mar 2013 21:58:30 77,206 posts
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    Di Canio has now been appointed Sunderland boss. David Miliband has resigned as vice-chairman of the club.
  • The-Bodybuilder 31 Mar 2013 22:00:19 14,377 posts
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    Di Canio? LOL.
  • Fab4 31 Mar 2013 22:00:42 6,143 posts
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    David Miliband quits connections to Sunderland because Di Canio is a raging nazi.
  • ecu 31 Mar 2013 22:02:12 77,206 posts
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    Radio 5 calls former Sunderland defender Michael Gray to discuss O'Neil firing, talks to Glasgow student Michael Gray instead.
  • Dougs 31 Mar 2013 22:09:45 69,002 posts
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    Tom_Servo wrote:
    Might be wrong on this, but it seems to me that Di Canio has done pretty well at Swindon but not really well enough to warrant being in contention from PL jobs. No doubt the fact he was never out the news for his antics has helped raise his profile as a manager a bit.
    A few mates are Swindon fans, said he's clearly got something but is a total martyr and everything is about him, and not the team. Mental appointment imo, and I can't stand O'Neill.
  • Ka-blamo 31 Mar 2013 22:10:02 7,577 posts
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    ecureuil wrote:
    Di Canio to Sunderland according to Sky.
  • President_Weasel 31 Mar 2013 22:12:07 9,560 posts
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    Fab4 wrote:
    David Miliband quits connections to Sunderland because Di Canio is a raging nazi.
    Admirer of Mussolini rather than Hitler, making him a fascist rather than a Nazi.

    Allegedly. Although I'm not sure I need to bother with weasel words when there's, for example, an old Telegraph article that says:

    As a boy, di Canio was initiated as an "ultra", or extreme supporter, of SS Lazio (the initials stand for Societá Sportiva), a team founded by Italian army officers in 1900 and the preferred club of Benito Mussolini, "Il Duce", one of the founders of fascism.
    The player has, in his autobiography, praised Mussolini as "basically a very principled, ethical individual" who was "deeply misunderstood".
    He has the word "Dux", the Latin equivalent of "Duce", tattooed on his arm.
    Edited by President_Weasel at 22:17:26 31-03-2013
  • ecu 31 Mar 2013 22:15:00 77,206 posts
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    Dougs wrote:
    Tom_Servo wrote:
    Might be wrong on this, but it seems to me that Di Canio has done pretty well at Swindon but not really well enough to warrant being in contention from PL jobs. No doubt the fact he was never out the news for his antics has helped raise his profile as a manager a bit.
    A few mates are Swindon fans, said he's clearly got something but is a total martyr and everything is about him, and not the team. Mental appointment imo, and I can't stand O'Neill.
    I asked this earlier but why don't you like him? It seems a few people really don't like him for some reason. I can't see what he's done to have people say they "can't stand" him. Something to do with him quitting clubs? The way the media supposedly hype him up? Is it an Arsenal thing? Genuinely curious about this.
  • FWB 31 Mar 2013 22:17:27 45,106 posts
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    Di Canio is a dick. Now I have a reason to dislike Sunderland. Shame.
  • The-Bodybuilder 31 Mar 2013 23:09:17 14,377 posts
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    President_Weasel wrote:
    Fab4 wrote:
    David Miliband quits connections to Sunderland because Di Canio is a raging nazi.
    Admirer of Mussolini rather than Hitler, making him a fascist rather than a Nazi.

    Allegedly. Although I'm not sure I need to bother with weasel words when there's, for example, an old Telegraph article that says:

    As a boy, di Canio was initiated as an "ultra", or extreme supporter, of SS Lazio (the initials stand for Societá Sportiva), a team founded by Italian army officers in 1900 and the preferred club of Benito Mussolini, "Il Duce", one of the founders of fascism.
    The player has, in his autobiography, praised Mussolini as "basically a very principled, ethical individual" who was "deeply misunderstood".
    He has the word "Dux", the Latin equivalent of "Duce", tattooed on his arm.
    Does beg the question, would we stop supporting our club if they appointed someone we truly hated (in the proper way, not the football way)? As in to challenge our whole "team for life" ethos.

    Basically, would I stop supporting Arsenal if they appointed a clear racist (Terry?)? Or should I still get behind the team, manager and club?
  • b0rk 31 Mar 2013 23:13:24 2,942 posts
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    Di might be a Nazi but he's a fun Nazi and that's sort of ok in my book. Er...he's fun to listen to on the tele is what I mean.
  • FWB 31 Mar 2013 23:16:12 45,106 posts
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    Campaign for them to be removed and hope they lose until they are. There is more to life than football.
  • Dougs 31 Mar 2013 23:28:06 69,002 posts
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    @ecu, sorry missed it earlier. I don't like the football O'Neill's teams play or his general attitude or antics. Didn't like how he left Villa either. Plus he's overrated. Or was, dunno how he'll be viewed in the media now.
  • The-Bodybuilder 1 Apr 2013 10:05:17 14,377 posts
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    bicycleball, anyone?

    Edited by The-Bodybuilder at 10:05:46 01-04-2013
  • RedSparrows 1 Apr 2013 10:17:29 23,836 posts
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    He is not a Nazi. Italian Fascism, whilst repugnant, was not Nazism.
  • nickthegun 1 Apr 2013 10:23:06 60,951 posts
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    Dougs wrote:
    @ecu, sorry missed it earlier. I don't like the football O'Neill's teams play or his general attitude or antics. Didn't like how he left Villa either. Plus he's overrated. Or was, dunno how he'll be viewed in the media now.
    I think he will be viewed quite well and 'gone before his time', partially because hes actually quite a decent pundit.

    Ive always quite liked him because he properly in the clough mould. Probably the last of the 'old school' now (fergie excepted, obviously).

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  • kalel 1 Apr 2013 11:25:01 89,114 posts
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    RedSparrows wrote:
    He is not a Nazi. Italian Fascism, whilst repugnant, was not Nazism.
    True enough, except really the Ultras are just a hooligan group, and to be honest they're about as discriminating in the difference between Italian Fascism and Nazism as anyone.

    Di Canio talks a good talk about how it's actually all a very peaceful philosophy and nothing sinister at all, but it's total bollocks.
  • Menace 1 Apr 2013 11:35:13 5,790 posts
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    The-Bodybuilder wrote:
    Does beg the question, would we stop supporting our club if they appointed someone we truly hated (in the proper way, not the football way)? As in to challenge our whole "team for life" ethos.

    Basically, would I stop supporting Arsenal if they appointed a clear racist (Terry?)? Or should I still get behind the team, manager and club?
    I've said it before, if they bring in Mourinho I'll 'take a break' (for lack of better words) in supporting ManUtd. Once he's gone again I'll be back.

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  • The-Bodybuilder 1 Apr 2013 12:16:53 14,377 posts
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    Menace wrote:
    The-Bodybuilder wrote:
    Does beg the question, would we stop supporting our club if they appointed someone we truly hated (in the proper way, not the football way)? As in to challenge our whole "team for life" ethos.

    Basically, would I stop supporting Arsenal if they appointed a clear racist (Terry?)? Or should I still get behind the team, manager and club?
    I've said it before, if they bring in Mourinho I'll 'take a break' (for lack of better words) in supporting ManUtd. Once he's gone again I'll be back.
    Some would say that's not being a true supporter though.
    I would say to them to f*ck off though.
  • ecu 1 Apr 2013 12:16:54 77,206 posts
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    Well there's a difference between stopping supporting a club because the manager is a fascist and stopping because you personally don't quite like the guy for no real reason. Stopping supporting United because of Mourinho would be ridiculous, he's one of the best coaches in the game and a great personality too.
  • reddevil93 1 Apr 2013 12:24:46 11,934 posts
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    Menace is one of those crazy people go thinks he plays dull negative football though.

  • Syrette 1 Apr 2013 12:29:41 44,055 posts
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    reddevil93 wrote:
    Menace is one of those crazy people go thinks he plays dull negative football though.
    Care to tell him how many goals Real Madrid have scored in each of his seasons?

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