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The best Paolo Di Canio sacked jokes after Sunderland exit

As news filters through that the controversial Sunderland manager has been forced to leave his post, we review the best Paolo Di Canio sacked jokes.

The infamous Sunderland 3 Newcastle 0 tattoo, 1 of the best Di Canio sacked jokes
Tattoo… Ill-advised? (Image: Twitter/MattDenton96)

As news filters through that the controversial Sunderland manager has been forced to leave his post, we review the best Paolo Di Canio sacked jokes currently doing the rounds on Twitter.

After securing just 1 point from the first 5 games of the season, facing the wrath of the Sunderland fans and rumours of a dressing room bust-up with the players, the head coach has had his contract terminated.

Check out the best Di Canio sacked jokes below:

Di Canio sacked. Well who could have seen that coming?!

— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) September 22, 2013

Managing by hand-grenade doesn't seem to work #dicanio

— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) September 22, 2013

Shola just heard the news about Di Canio….. pic.twitter.com/TkKZqEW0CQ

— WeAreTheMags™ (@WeAreTheMags) September 22, 2013

I wonder what this person who got this tattoo doing now after Paolo Di Canio got sacked. pic.twitter.com/CrDRWXESMS

— Transfer Sources (@TransferSources) September 22, 2013

What time does Di Canio usually go back to trash the office and 'pick up his belongings' again? About 2-3am?

— The Football Ramble (@FootballRamble) September 22, 2013

Di Canio already preparing for life after Sunderland with a stint presenting TV Show Grand Designs. pic.twitter.com/HbmEHUHDes

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) September 22, 2013

Di Canio sacked in the same week as Godfrey Bloom. Not a great week for the far right.

— Jonathan Liew (@jonathanliew) September 22, 2013

Di canio waves goodbye to the Sunderland fans pic.twitter.com/QQXhzJAQVL

— Howay the lads (@UpTheMags) September 22, 2013

Di Canio not taking the sacking well pic.twitter.com/oT1zsG0dEc

— Connaaaah (@CJ_Moorcroft) September 22, 2013

Not sure posturing after WBA defeat was best reaction from Di Canio. Best approach to detract from domestic trouble is to invade Abyssinia.

— Rory Smith (@RorySmithTimes) September 22, 2013

BREAKING: First Picture of Di Canio's Replacement as New #Sunderland Manager #safc pic.twitter.com/FsBQOnONZ8

— Ben Clark (@scouse_roar) September 22, 2013

Hitler – dead. Mussolini – dead. Paolo Di Canio – sacked. You know, for a fascist, he's got off pretty lightly.

— sickipediabot (@sickipediabot) September 22, 2013

Ladbrokes odds for New Sunderland manager: Hitler 5/1 Mussolini 7/1 Franco 10/1 Gerry Adams 2/1f

— Bobby Campbell (@bobsyshambs) September 22, 2013

Probably #DiCanio miming of 'you, fat bloke, chin up' that did it?

— Darren Eadie (@eadie11) September 22, 2013

I blame this guy for palo di canio sacking! IT'S ALL YOUR FULT #Sunderland pic.twitter.com/AFO1dq5ZNL

— Harry Hamilton (@Harryhamilton97) September 22, 2013

Paolo Di Canio's quite bad jumper. Now *that* was a sacking offence… pic.twitter.com/ldPdmhKkLh

— Halcyon (@Halcyonmag) September 22, 2013

Di Canio signed 14 players, brought in an entire back-room staff, and now he's gone. Football madness. Match that Downton!

— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) September 22, 2013

Di Canio for match of the day, @GaryLineker?

— Get Football News (@GetFootballNews) September 22, 2013

Update

Di Canio will be disappointed, but in a way I bet he admires the swift, decisive action taken by an unaccountable totalitarian regime.

— Rory Smith (@RorySmithTimes) September 22, 2013

I called me cat Paolo, FUCK SAKE

— Alban (@AMorrisonSafc) September 22, 2013

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