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      21.01.2015 19:14 - in: Member S

      Claudio chats all things Juve in #AskMarchisio

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      The 29-year-old answers burning questions from Bianconeri fans far and wide in an exclusive Twitter Q&A session earlier this afternoon

      Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio became the latest member of the Bianconeri’s first-team squad to take part in the club’s highly successful #Ask… series on Twitter earlier this afternoon.

      The midfielder – who this week celebrated his 29th birthday – provided supporters with an insight into his life on and off the pitch as he answered their burning questions on the popular social media site.

      Inundated with a plethora of messages that ranged from pre-match rituals, nicknames and his three favourite films, there was something for everyone in today’s exclusive virtual chat.  

      Here’s a bitesize look at the best of #AskMarchisio:

      Sporting his own beard style during this afternoon’s session, one supporter asked the midfielder if he had copied Andrea Pirlo in growing a bit of facial hair. But Claudio quickly refuted that claim.

      Having risen through the Bianconeri youth ranks, made his debut in 2006 before becoming a mainstay of a Juventus side who have won three consecutive Serie A titles, Marchisio was then quizzed on three words to describe the club he has been a part of for the best part of 22 years.

      Of his 33 strikes he has scored in the famous black and white jersey to date, there was one particular goal that lives long in the 29-year-old’s memory.

      Following Paul Pogba’s star turn in the recent #PogDance video, one supporter demanded Marchisio to show the world his moves. However, he was having none of it.

      Instead, the midfielder cleared his airwaves and took part in what has become a customary tradition for the players by singing ‘Storia Di Un Grande Amore’.

      Read more from Claudio’s webchat by heading over to the Bianconeri’s official Twitter page.

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