The former Australian footballer, who did his first morning slot on Gold 104.3 alongside presenters Grubby and Dee Dee yesterday morning, said that he found it tough getting out of bed at 5.15am.
Fevola told listeners: "[I] struggled a little bit this morning, but I'll get used to that."
Grubby said that the radio team were "all pretty happy" and "relieved" that Fevola's first shift went well. He also admitted that they did worry that the sports star might "roll over and go back to sleep" during the show.
Afterwards, Fevola told the Herald Sun: "It's pretty cruisy. It's nine o'clock and the day begins I suppose."
When he landed the job last month, he said: "I've just been a footy player so now that has all finished it is back in the workforce. I am really looking forward to it. I need something to get me out of bed early in the morning."
Fevola also revealed that his estranged wife Alex, who left him after he revealed his gambling addiction, has been "really supportive" and believes that his move into broadcasting is a "great" idea.
Earlier this year, the former Brisbane Lions and Carlton star revealed that he tried to commit suicide in 2010.
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