The players celebrated in the traditional Swindon way by sacrificing a human child to the Lord Mayor of the town. Upon the top of Swindon mountain they set out the boy and chained him to the ceremonial table, using their ocarinas to play the 'song of destiny', summoning the great Mayor from his chamber. The act that followed next has been described by some as 'majestic', and as 'child abuse' by others, but the important thing to remember is that no matter how many pringles you eat, the last one is never really the last. You always have about 10 more after that
Sunday, 8 January 2012
Paolo Di Canio wants his name on a plaque
Paolo Di Canio oversaw Swindon Town's "giant-killing" victory against Wigan this weekend and in no way got over excited about it. If there was one way to describe his reaction it would be 'quietly pleased'.