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Massimo Giovanni

Old Timer
May 10, 2011
Di Canio has banned mobile phones, ketchup and mayonnaise from the training ground at Black Cats.
He explains why clearly and it makes sense, mainly.

If you were manager in the current game what would you change now so much more is organised and specified, measured and prepared for.......what's left?

If I was a Premmadonnaship side manager I would ban players getting off the coach at away game wearing huge headphones or chatting on mobiles so they can IGNORE all the fans waiting to pay their wages as they go into the stadium.
It is rude and not entertaining.