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An Evening  with Italian Maestro 
Paolo Di Canio

Come and spend the Evening with Former Juventus, Napoli, Celtic, Sheff weds, West Ham Legend
With over 500 career Games in both Italy and England
This Night promises to be a flamboyant as his Goals
Friday 1st March 2024
Live at The Pearl Cleethorpes (formerly the beachcomber)

Paolo Di Canio

Paolo Di Canio (born 9 July 1968) is an Italian former professional footballer and manager. During his playing career he made over 500 league appearances and scored over one hundred goals as a forward. He primarily played as a deep-lying forward, but he could also play as an attacking midfielder, or as a winger. Di Canio was regarded as a technically skilled but temperamental player.

Di Canio began his career in the Italian Serie A, playing for LazioJuventusNapoli and Milan, before a brief spell with the Scottish club Celtic. He subsequently spent seven years in the English Premier League with Sheffield WednesdayWest Ham United and Charlton Athletic. He returned to Italy in 2004, playing for Lazio and Cisco Roma before retiring in 2008. He played for the Italian under-21s, making nine appearances and scoring twice, and was a member of the squad that finished in third place at the 1990 UEFA European Under-21 Championship under manager Cesare Maldini, but was never capped for the senior team.[10]

Among the individual awards he received as a player, Di Canio was named SPFA Players' Player of the Year in 1997 and West Ham's player of the season in 2000.


Paolo Di Canio in Action

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