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Martin O'Neill Gets The Boot

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Postby BMJ » Mon Apr 01, 2013 11:03 am

One of my favourite footballers when i was growing up and certainly brings a no nonsense attitude to football management.

But,

It must be said, he is a horrible horrible man with backward views and a fascist.

If I were a Sunderland supporter I would hand in my season membership and would never go to a game while he is in charge.

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.

It's disgraceful.
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Postby Bren10 » Tue Apr 02, 2013 7:32 pm

Why on earth is this an issue now? It wasn't a problem in league one but it is in the prem? And to top it off its brought to light by a politician exiting a post he was already leaving, why do people pay attention to these idiots still? Miliband grabbing some publicity the only way he is able to, off the back of someone else.
I by no way or means agree with Di Canios political views and by being affiliated with them he is a t**t but I really find it annoying we believe we can pick and choose when it becomes an issue.
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Postby Pickleman1967 » Tue Apr 02, 2013 8:33 pm

I agree with comments above that say his political views shouldn't influence opinion on him as a football manager. Keep politics out of sport I say. Di Canio claims to be a fascist, once upon a time that tern wasn't a dirty word but it has become almost synonymous with rascist in the UK. As long as the man isn't rascist I don't really have a problem with him.
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