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I think that Paolo Di Canio is one of the worst example for young people in the world.
Violent,not correct,always not polite.
He has been elected the most correct player in England one year,but some years before he kicked a refree.

And he has the same politic ideas of his supporters,at last derby at the goal he exulted in a way that Lazio supporters remember vey well :nono: ,probably they can claim him for it,but for the rest of the world it's an act really sad...
I've seen him in Marassi,he's a player that makes furious supporters and players that play against him.He's really a bad person.

Obouvsly I say that a man like Pandev is really better than Di Canio ;) ...
 

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thats harsh....he played some good football in Italy and England, and, he did make a very sporting gesture once when the goalie was injured in a match. Instead of slotting home for a goal, he noticed the keeper was in a bad way and caught the ball instead of taking advantage.
 

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khimik said:
The ball was crossed in, Di Canio just stood there, jumped and scissor kicked it in on his left foot right into the left-hand-corner.

Cracking goal.
It was with his right foot. I have no idea how he even thought of doing that, most players would try to chest it or stop it first then shoot but it was a moment of genious by him. The timing was just immaculate :star:
 

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Well, when I met Di Canio earlier this year with a group of football-globetrotters Di Canio did not seem very much impolite actually. Still I refuse to rate him as a person whzen only knowing him from teevision.

It's his verbal kicks against Totti, though, that are just irresistable:
Asked whether he would mind going out for dinner with the Roma captain Francesco Totti he said in an interview:
"No, because if we'd come to talk about the middle east, Totti would think that's somewhere on the pitch!"

However Pandev is the future, Di Canio is the past ... but to say it more charming: Pandev still has to prove himself, Di Canio is a legend.
 
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