Published On: Mon, Nov 11th, 2013

Delio Rossi sacked by Sampdoria

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Delio Rossi Sampdoria have sacked coach after the club’s disappointing start to the season.

The Doriani fell to their third straight defeat on Sunday after a 2-1 loss to Fiorentina and as a result the club have decided to shake things up in order to improve results.

The club’s hieararchy, including president Edoardo Garrone and sporting director Carlo Osti, met for seven hours on Monday before opting to sack Rossi from his position.

Rossi took over at Sampdoria on December 17, 2012 after the club sacked then coach Ciro Ferrara, leading the club to a 14th place finish last season.

and are reportedly the favourite’s to replace the 52-year-old.

Sampdoria currently sit in 18th place with only two wins from their first 12 matches.

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- A passionate F.C. Internazionale supporter since the young age of 10, my love for the club came about on a family trip to Italy after their signing of Roberto Baggio. Much to the dismay of my father (a Milan fan) my love for the club only grew stronger and has taken me on trips to Genova and Boston to see my club in action. The greatest of these journeys was being blessed by incredible luck (to which this day I still cannot comprehend) which allowed me to travel to Madrid, see the 2010 Champions League Final in the flesh and experience a week-long trip that will probably never be surpassed. Feel free to add me on Twitter to talk about Inter, Italy or calcio in general @Boin44



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