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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Fabio Moro
"We didn't expect him to adapt so well and so quickly," said Chievo's front office member Fabio Moro, who played for the club for 11 seasons. "It's rare for a foreign player to become a starter and do so well in their first season in Italy, but he's showed all his worth and we've been very impressed _ he's improving game by game and become a key member of the squad."
Moro noted that Bradley already conducts interviews in Italian.