Why this is finally Torres’s time to shine

Footballing Reasons

Signed for a record fee of 50million in 2011 you wouldn’t be wrong if you said that Torres hasn’t totally lived up to his luxurious price tag. A string of unflattering performances has led to the Spaniard amassing a range of critics, as the pressure now mounts on him to fill the void left by former blue Drogba. However now armed with Roman Abramovich’s promise of first team football, things could finally be looking up for the player known as El Niño.

Firstly I have to say that I don’t think Torres has been as bad as the media and fans have made out. Fernando Torres has only managed to start 28 Premier League games since his arrival from Liverpool in 2011. He scored 10 goals last season in all competitions without having a regular run of over 6 PL starts in the starting 11. However rather interestingly Torres managed…

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2 thoughts on “Why this is finally Torres’s time to shine

  1. chelsea finally have their hopes in the trio(hazard,torres,mata )they will return the champions league home plus premier good luck …..t…blues for sbbbbbbbbb

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