Top Italian coach Eugenio Fascetti has called on Italy's soccer authorities to get rid of Sampdoria's would-be coach David Platt. Fascetti, whose Bari team beat Sampdoria 3-1, said after the Serie A match that he had nothing personal against the ex-England skipper, but insisted that he was not entitled to coach here. Platt does not have the requisite qualifications to be an official Serie A coach, and is therefore having to work behind the scenes as a 'supervisor' alongside the team's official coach Giorgio Veneri. Fascetti said: 'I've got nothing against Platt but it would be good not to make easy concessions. Before becoming a professional coach, I had to sit a lot of exams to get my first qualifications. 'And I had to get through two courses at Coverciano,' the national team's training centre and the home of Italian coaching. 'For that reason, I do not share the opinion of those who want to open the doors to Platt,' said the 60-year-old. 'Platt cannot coach in Italy. The federation has to make a move', he said. Sampdoria's defeat left them in the relegation zone, fourth from bottom, while club officials are meanwhile reportedly seeking legal advice in their bid to have Platt fully installed as team coach.