Steely Hill wrote:
BMJ wrote:Perhaps it is Englands turn to explain to everyone else how the hell someone with Di Canio's views could be manager of a top flight club.
but it's fine for him to be manager of a League One club?
i'm confused with your opinion here.
should all managers be vetted with a lie detector where we determine their true political beliefs?
Di Canio has been refreshingly honest with his views and people are entitled to judge him whatever way they like. he doesn't hide behind anything. what are the political views of Arsene Wenger? or Alex Ferguson? or Rafa Benitez?
He can manage where ever he wants, but it makes Englands pontification to the rest of Europe about crowd behaviour and so on a complete joke.
Di Canio has made his political feelings known to the public and has discussed them on numerous occasions as you well know. Wenger, Fegurson and Benitez have not. He has made it an issue to align himself with fascism and be public about his ideology.
Let's be clear here, Fascism is illegal in countries like Italy and Germany. That's a fact.
Let's be clear again. One of Di Canio's most famous quotes is that he is a fascist, not a racist. It's truly laughable it's like a guy saying he takes it up the butt from blokes but is not gay.
Fascists are racist by definition.