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Humiliating Players In Public Will Backfire On Di Canio!
Published : 20 May 2013 12:20:04Rss feed
Paolo Di Canio tore into Phil Bardsley for his casino antics - but the Sunderland manager insisted the defender will be given a second chance at the club.
OK the player did wrong, but have you ever heard Sir Alex Ferguson humiliate players in public?
Sorry Paolo ... it ain't gona work!
YOU WERE WRONG!
Paolo Di Canio: "We have a fantastic, young academy, they have a changing room next to the adults, but if we don't punish this kind of behaviour, we might not be able to talk about a fantastic academy.
"They're not going to sprint down, get the boots and say 'good morning' to everybody. If we don't punish this kind of behaviour, how do they grow up?
"Maybe they will laugh at the picture. Maybe they think it's fantastic; to be like a gangster. But what mentality are we going to deliver?
"I will think really carefully. Always I give a second chance to the people.
"He is not a kid, he has a family at home. I'm not here to be a priest.
"The next few days we will be together.
"Previously some people organised during the week to go from London to Hawaii, Miami... They was thinking about organising their bags, four or five of them were talking about going together with their wives and girlfriends. Not possible.
"Today (Sunday) we fly back to Sunderland, our city, as a team.
"We stay tomorrow (Monday) together for a sponsors event, then they can go on holiday."
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