Di Canio defends himself against racism claim
LONDON -- Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio and team executives have strongly rebutted suggestions he is a racist after a club official quit in protest of the Italian's past support of fascism.
Former British Foreign Secretary David Miliband quit as Sunderland vice chairman soon after Di Canio was hired Sunday, citing "the new manager's past political statements."
But Sunderland indirectly accused Miliband of creating a "political circus" since Di Canio succeeded the fired Martin ...
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