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Torino Squad 2016

This is the current Torino squad - click on any of the Torino squad players to see videos, numbers, stats and pictures of that Torino player. If you have any information or updates of changes to the latest Torino squad list, please contact us.

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Daniele Padelli
Daniele Padelli
Cristian Molinaro
Cristian Molinaro
Emiliano Moretti
Emiliano Moretti
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