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Terry expects Di Canio to revive Sunderland

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Chelsea captain John Terry has backed Paolo Di Canio to revive Sunderland as the controversial Italian prepares to take charge of his struggling side for the first time at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. 

Sunderland's new football manager Paolo Di Canio poses for photographers with a team jersey after a press conference at the Academy of Light in Sunderland, northeast England, on April 2, 2013. Chelsea captain John Terry has backed Di Canio to revive Sunderland as the controversial Italian prepares to take charge of his struggling side for the first time at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

Di Canio's arrival on Wearside as successor to the sacked Martin O'Neill triggered a storm of negative headlines about the Italian's notorious political views.

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