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Fernando Torres

About Fernando Torres

Fernando Torres is a footballer. He plays as the strike for the Livepool FC.

Professional Biography

As Footballer

In March 2010, Liverpool FC coach Rafa Benitez said that he would never swap Fernando Torres, not even for star Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney. Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez expressed his confidence that Torres would prove over the last seven Premier League games exactly why he is called Europes deadliest finisher. Having scored 20 goals in the 2009-10 season so far, Torres had rival Champions League chasers that his best is yet to come. Black Cats boss Steve Bruce described him as unstoppable.



January 2011: Fernando Torres has urged Liverpool to agree a deal with Chelsea that will benefit both himself and Anfield.

Fernando Torres in News

Nike Kicks Off MUPC 2014 India Leg
Nike today kicked off the ninth edition in India of its annual grassroots football initiative, the Manchester United Premier Cup (MUPC). At this year’s MUPC, some of the best U15 I-league, state and academy teams will compete for a chance to represent the country in the regional finals in Thailand this June

Striker Torres says Spain's young team could rule football for years to come
Fernando Torres has said the current European and world champions Spain could go on to keep winning more trophies in years to come since the team comprises of several youngsters.

'Magnanimous' Torres skipped chance to score to allow 'struggling' Mata bag Euro glory
Spanish star striker Fernando Torres, who won the Golden Boot in the Euro 2012, has said that he was happier setting up teammate Juan Mata for Spain's fourth goal in the tournament final than scoring himself against Italy.

'Triple medallist' Torres keen to put convoluted season behind him
Spanish forward Fernando Torres has expressed keenness to put the memories of a complicated season with his club Chelsea and national team behind him despite winning three medals.

Torres wins Euro 2012 Golden Boot award
Spanish striker Fernando Torres has won the Euro 2012 Golden Boot award after scoring his third goal against Italy in the final.

Spanish stars hail teammate Iniesta as 'magician, extraordinary and chief creator'
Spanish players have eulogized teammate and talismanic midfielder Andres Iniesta as the team's backbone, and described him as decisive, magician, reference point, extraordinary and reliable.

Spaniard custodian Reina believes Torres will 'take Euro 2012 by storm'
Spanish custodian Jose Reina believes Chelsea star Fernando Torres will take Euro 2012 by storm.

'Invigorated' Torres admits 'falling out of love with football' after being dropped
Spanish striker Fernando Torres has admitted he felt out of love with football after he was dropped from the national team by coach Vincent Del Bosque for a friendly match against Venezuela.

Torres insists Spain can win all Euro games to retain crown
Spaniard striker Fernando Torres has cranked up the heat on rivals Ireland by insisting that Spain can win all their remaining Euro games to retain their crown.

Chelsea midfielder Romeu believes teammate Torres would shine at Euros
Chelsea midfielder Oriol Romeu has tipped teammate Fernando Torres to shine at the Euro Cup for Spain, and believes the 50 million pound flop would also perform well for the Stamford Bridge outfit.

'Happy' Torres determined to proved his worth at Chelsea
Chelsea striker Fernando Torres has said he is happy at the club, and determined to justify the 50 million pounds owner Roman Abramovich invested to sign him from Liverpool.

Chelsea striker Torres confesses to developing 'mental block' last season
Chelsea striker Fernando Torres has admitted he had developed a mental block, which prevented him from scoring, during last season.

Chelsea set to keep faith in 'old guard' Lampard by offering him new contract
Chelsea is ready to stick to their famous old guards, with the club offering new deals to veterans Frank Lampard, Michael Essien and Florent Malouda.

Chelsea reassures Torres 'You will take club forward in future'
Chelsea has assured Fernando Torres that he would take the club forward in the future, after the Spanish striker angered the club's hierarchy with his comments.

Drogba says Torres could fill his boots at Chelsea
Didier Drogba has said Spanish striker Fernando Torres could easily fill his boots at Chelsea.

Drogba reveals ridiculing ex-boss Villas-Boas when he said Chelsea would win CL
Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has revealed how he ridiculed former boss Andre Villas-Boas last November when he suggested the club could win the Champions League.

Chelsea targets Atletico Madrid striker Falcao to replace Drogba
Atletico Madrid's 50 million pound rated striker Radamel Falcao is Chelsea's top priority buy in the upcoming transfer window, and would be expected to replace outgoing Didier Drogba at the club.

Chelsea CEO slams Torres for his 'ill-timed' comments over his future at club
Ron Gourlay, Chelsea's chief executive has said striker Fernando Torres should have kept the timings in mind before publicly revealing his frustration over being left out on the bench in their Champions League victory over Bayern Munich.

Torres discontented with playing 'second-fiddle' role at Chelsea despite CL triumph
Chelsea striker Fernando Torres has said he is unhappy with playing a second-fiddle role to Didier Drogba at the club, and would consider his future at the club before the start of next season.

Reina blames Chelsea for reducing 'close pal' Torres to rubble
Ahead of their FA Cup final clash on Saturday, Liverpool goal keeper Pepe Reina has criticized Chelsea for maltreating his Spanish team mate and ex Reds' striker Fernando Torres.

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Chelsea unlikely to win Premier League title: Villas-Boas
Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has confessed that it is highly unlikely for his club to win the Premier League title this season.

Villas-Boas says Torres not for sale at any price
Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas has said that striker Fernando Torres is not for sale, as reports appeared that he was available for a cut-price of 20 million pounds in the January transfer window.

Barca, Real turn down chance to rescue misfit Torres
Barcelona and Real Madrid have ruled out a move to rescue misfit and out-of-form Chelsea star Fernando Torres from English football.

Chelsea ready to sell flop striker Torres for 20 million pounds
Chelsea is reportedly prepared to sell striker Fernando Torres and will listen to any club prepared to offer around 20 million pounds in next month's transfer window.

Anelka becomes most expensive player in Chinese football
Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka has agreed to play for soccer club Shanghai Shenhua for 20 million pounds, making him the most expensive player in the history of Chinese football.

Villas-Boas set to dump 'goal-shy' Torres for Premier League clash with Newcastle
Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas has said that he is ready to dump Fernando Torres after running out of patience with the goal-shy striker.

Torres hits out at Liverpool for turning fans against him
London, Nov 18 (ANI): Ace striker Fernando Torres has criticized his former club Liverpool for turning the fans against him when he was sold to Chelsea. London, Nov 18 (ANI): Ace striker Fernando Torres has criticized his former club Liverpool for turning the fans against him when he was sold to Chelsea.

Chelsea boss Villas-Boas ready to pay 50m pounds for Torres
Chelsea football coach Andre Villas-Boas has said that he would pay 50 million pounds to sign Spanish football star Fernando Torres, if necessary.

Bayern Munich keen on roping in Chelsea striker Drogba
German football giants Bayern Munich want Chelsea striker Didier Drogba.

Torres feared losing Chelsea fans
Ace striker Fernando Torres has admitted that he feared Chelsea fans would turn on him for his lack of goals when he joined the club.

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