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SWINDON TOWN: Former coaches wait on wages
5:23pm Thursday 7th March 2013 in Sport
SWINDON Town's former assistant boss Fabrizio Piccareta has revealed he and other members of Paolo Di Canio's coaching staff are owed overdue wages by the club.
Piccareta told BBC Sport that the club's new owners had promised all outstanding money would be paid by the end of February after Di Canio's staff resigned in the aftermath of the 3-1 win at Tranmere on February 19.
"We have received nothing," said Piccareta.
"We worked until the day we resigned publically. We met (general manager) Steve Murrall and were t)old that on the last day of February we would have been paid but we have not heard anything.
"The new consortium say they want to make incredible stuff for Swindon, but they must end any outstanding situations.
"We gave back all out stuff, mobile phones, laptops etc, and were then told we would be paid soon, but so far we have not received anything."