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    10.10.2013 20:38 - in: Events S

    Quagliarella stars in live Twitter chat

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    The forward takes centre stage in this afternoon’s #AskQuagliarella question and answer session with supporters, with the event becoming the number one trending Twitter topic in Italy

    Fabio Quagliarella delighted Bianconeri fans across the globe during this afternoon’s #AskQuagliarella live Twitter chat held at the club’s training complex in Vinovo.

    The striker, who found the target in today’s comfortable 7-0 friendly victory over Pavia, ensured his first thoughts were with opposition midfielder Lorenzo Degeri, who was taken to hospital for tests after suffering a blow to the head in the opening stages of the workout.

    He tweeted: “Before answering your questions I’d like to send my best wishes to Pavia’s Degeri. Get well soon Lorenzo!”

    As the questions continued to flow in at a steady rate, Fabio, tablet in hand, commented on a variety of subjects - ranging from football to his personal hobbies and aspirations - during the 30-minute question and answer section.

    Amongst other things, he revealed his desire to earn a recall to the national squad, spoke passionately about his second favourite sport, Formula 1, and confessed he would love to have children one day.

    Quagliarella’s openness clearly captured the imagination of his adoring supporters, particularly in Italy, where the #AskQuagliarella hashtag was the number one trending topic on Twitter.

    You can see all of Fabio’s responses by visiting our official English language Twitter account.

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