It will be a decision of mixed emotion if he does – the greatest ever Hammer I have seen play – and a hero of mine. The man can do no wrong – but if results do not go our way, then the crowd turns on him. Horrible thoughts, yet excited at the prospect.
So PDC has now quit Swindon Town with the flaff with the financial situation:
“As I had previously stated, there have been a number of broken promises made by the club over the time that I have been manager of Swindon,” added Di Canio.
“Despite these problems, I have delivered everything and more that was asked of me – achieving promotion last year as champions and competing this season for promotion to the Championship, and being just three points from top place a year earlier than expected.
“I did not resign immediately, nor publicise my resignation after I had formally confirmed it, as I did not want to jeopardise the negotiations for the sale of the club and I wanted to listen to what the proposed new owners plans were.
Big Sam still has not signed a new contract unless Premiership survival has been secured.
Does God return to the Boleyn as our new manager?