Sampdoria sacks its head coach after eight games in charge

Coach Eusebio Di Francesco has resigned as head coach of Sampdoria by mutual consent after only eight games in charge.
The 50-year-old, who was sacked by Roma in March early this year, had led Sampdoria to the bottom of the Italian top flight after six defeats in their first seven matches this season.
The Genoa club sit three points from relegation after Saturday's 2-0 loss at Verona.
Media report from Italian media reports, former Inter Milan and Fiorentina boss Stefano Pioli and the 67-year-old Claudio Ranieri, who took over from Di Francesco as interim coach at Roma last term, are in contention for the vacant Sampdoria job.

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