New club, same old Massimo.
Former Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino is poised to wield the axe already at new club Brescia, according to reports in Italy.
Cellino arrived at Leeds with a notorious 'manager eater' reputation after firing more than 30 managers during his time in charge at Cagliari.
Cellino lived up to this at Leeds United, sacking six managers, Brian McDermott, Dave Hockaday, Darko Milanic, Neil Redfearn, Uwe Rosler and Steve Evans.
Boscaglia was always up against it at Brescia after Cellino took over in the summer after selling his stake in Leeds United.
His dismissal is not confirmed yet but the signs currently look bleak.
Cellino wants Brescia to compete for promotion from Serie B, but instead they sit in 15th place with just one win from five league games.
At the weekend they were held at home to a draw by 19th placed Brescia, their third home draw in a row.