Paolo Di Canio has broken into Swindon Town’s County Ground to remove pictures and memorabilia of his time at the club, according to the Daily Mail.
The fiery Italian resigned from his post as Swindon boss earlier this week after the club sold one of its best players without telling him and his entire backroom staff have since followed him.
The former West Ham player was instantly linked with a return to Upton Park, this time as manager to replace the under pressure Sam Allardyce – something that has been dismissed by the clubs owners.
It was reported that Di Canio let himself into the County Ground at the dead of night and ripped down pictures of himself and his team as well as removing anything that he felt was his.
The Robins have since had to change the locks and passcodes at the stadium as well as reporting the incident to the Police while handing over CCTV footage of the night.