Date: 13th January 2012 at 9:02am
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Rotherham United Manager, Andy Scott has paid tribute to Paolo Di Canio ahead of the meeting of the two clubs tomorrow at Don Valley.

Although Scott described the Italian`s antics at the game earlier in the season at the County Ground as like being in a ‘circus`, he told David Beddows of The Advertiser that the Swindon boss wears his ‘heart on his sleeve`.

‘He`s a bit over the top sometimes,` Scott said, ‘but in fairness to him, he`s a good coach. He has quickly recognised how League Two works and he`s changed the way they play.`

Remembering the game at the County Ground, Scott said, ‘It was the Paolo Di Canio Show but that`s life. If both sides play as well as they can do this time then it will be a heck of a game.

‘We need to be picking off the teams above us and Swindon are one of those teams.`

With Di Canio having to sit this one out, as he serves a one match touchline ban, I think it will probably be as interesting in the stands as it will be on the pitch.




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