There are shock rumours that Sampdoria could sack Alberto Cavasin to bring back Mimmo Di Carlo after three games in charge.
This has been a tumultuous season for the Blucerchiati, who had finished fourth last term and are currently battling against relegation.
Di Carlo was fired following a series of poor results, but Cavasin has now lost both games at the helm.
It is reported Sampdoria President Riccardo Garrone could change his mind again just a few weeks after dismissing Di Carlo.
The former tactician could be brought back if there is a third straight defeat against Chievo.
A similar incident occurred this week when Serie B outfit Torino sacked Franco Lerda, then brought him back just 11 days after hiring Giuseppe Papadopulo.
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