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Could Di Canio Pitch Up At Reading?

Following the sacking of the Reading boss, Brian McDermott, this afternoon, speculation is rife as to who might fill his boots.

Surprisingly, with Reading making the change to try and secure their Premier League status, after losing the last four Premier League fixtures, reports suggest they may turn to somebody who has no Premier League managerial experience.

Apparently, having just cut his ties with Swindon Town, the Hammers legend Paulo Di Canio is leading the list of potential replacements for McDermott.




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Writer: Rossy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 11 2013

Time: 7:05PM

 

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