Paolo Di Canio is puzzled by the British tradition of managers frequently delegating coaching duties. "In England it's common to have a manager and a coach," says the Sunderland manager. "I often think that's strange. If players are trained during the week by one person and then another comes to the touchline during games, they surely can't recognise the advice, the codes. It's easier for the players if it's done by the same person. It's more natural."