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Fernando Torres: A Broken Man

Deep Into Injury Time's Alessandro Amasanti writes:

"Fernando Torres’ winning goal on Thursday night against Steaua Bucharest will no doubt leave many once again exclaiming that the Spaniard is back and we will soon see the best of him again. These people have been saying this, on and off, for just over two years now. As drops in forms go, Torres’ has been extraordinary."

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Diffraction_Fos1322d ago

Needs to return to Spain. He's obviously lost his hunger & interest in the PL, not to mention his pace and first touch.

vulcanproject1320d ago (Edited 1320d ago )

He had just a couple good seasons in the premier league for Liverpool, and that was that.

They say class is permanent and form is temporary, on that basis Tores was not nearly as good as people had believed him to be, and he was just on good form for a little while in England before his actual (lesser) class has been revealed for the past 3 years.

He is nearly 29, he'll surely leave Chelsea because he just isn't good enough to be the main man of a club looking to win titles.

Sahil1320d ago

Go home vulcan, you're drunk.

vulcanproject1320d ago (Edited 1320d ago )

Nope :D if you believe Torres has really been good enough the past few years or remotely justified his price tag you are hugely delusional.

Liverpool should be happy they got the money they did for him because he was poor in his last season there.

Shame you just wasted most of it straight away though on Carroll. Oh wells...

The_Devil_Hunter1320d ago

HAhahahahahahahahaha not world class? I believe from the beginning he was there 2007-2011 he was fantastic. What about those two insane golazos he scored in his last Liverpool season against Chelsea. What about that volleyed goal against Blackburn. No. He was world class, he still is, it is simply lost confidence, nothing else.