Paolo flies from the Robins' nest

FORMER Hoops hero Paolo Di Canio last night resigned as manager of Swindon Town.

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Di Canio was a cult figure in the Hoops
Di Canio was a cult figure in the Hoops

In a statement, the fiery Italian cited "a number of broken promises" amid continued uncertainty over the League One club's ownership.

The ex-striker stated earlier this month he was considering his position following Matt Ritchie's sale to Bournemouth.

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