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Transfer balls: Wayne Rooney heads to the Chelsea that forgot Didier Drogba

TRANSFER balls: Is Wayne Rooney headed to Chelsea?

Jose Mourinho says Fernando Torres should be worried about the impending arrive of Wayne Rooney:

“I think he’ll be pleased because during his time here he was basically the only striker.”

Two words Jose: Didier Drogba…

Posted: 26th, July 2013 | In: Sports | Comment

Chelsea Fans Rejoice: Fernando Torres’s Miss Against Manchester United Has Made Your Season

CHELSEA fans will be wearing T-shirts saying “I Was There When Torres Missed“.

Is £50million too much to pay for such a wonderful moment? No. It’s cheap. Chelsea’s season needs highlights. The Blues fans can no longer revel in money – waving notes at fans of other clubs – when Manchester City have more. They are not be able to wallow in the delicious masochism of being an Arsenal fan. But they do have ‘Nando and his slippery boots.

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Posted: 18th, September 2011 | In: Sports | Comments (3)

Fernando Torres’s Rubbish Debut For Chelsea Against Liverpool: In Photos

FERNANDO Torres plays for Chelsea. On his debut he played against Liverpool, the club The Blues bought him from for £50m. And, naturally, he was on the losing side. During the game, in which he was substituted, Torres looked fed up. Here are photos to cheer Liverpool fans, and, very possibly, those Chelsea fans who can remember when their team wasn’t picked by the owner…


Posted: 6th, February 2011 | In: Sports | Comment (1)

Fernando Torres Stays at Liverpool And Andy Carroll Still A Magpie For February

FERNANDO Torres has not left Liverpool. The great news is that Mr Torres is clad in the famous red shirt. And Andy Carroll is still a Newcastle United player – at least he is for the entire month of February, in accordance with the official club calendar.

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Posted: 1st, February 2011 | In: Sports | Comment

In Pictures: Liverpool 2 -0 Manchester United, Premier League

pa-79605961IN Photos: Liverpool 2 – 0 Manchester United.

LIVERPOOL’S season looks set to continue up until Christmas, at least as they beat Manchester United 2-0.

Having booed and hissed the club’s owners, George Gillett Jr and Tom Hicks, prior to kick-off, Liverpool hit Manchester United with desire. And beach balls. Not since the heady days of the inflatable Godzilla – and Rafa Benitez’s Waiters’ XI (Majorca ’82) – have we seen the likes.

Fernando Torres and David Ngog scored the goals; and Nemanja Vidic and Javier Mascherano provided the red cards. Says Rafael Benitez:

“For me that the team is better than people think, and it shows the character and quality that we have. I was not really angry [about the speculation surrounding his future], I was just trying to be focused on my job. The only way to change things in football is to win games.”

Says Alex Ferguson:

“The referee blew a full 4.25 seconds early and that is unacceptable. It’s a ******** disgrace.”

Well, not really. Really…


Posted: 26th, October 2009 | In: Sports | Comment

Liverpool crush the meringues of Madrid (with video evidence)

LIVERPOOL made Real Madrid look like a non-league outfit last night. Anorak has never seen the mighty meringues of Real take such a beating.

Fair play to Rafa Benitez for switching up his tactics. Liverpool didn’t have to attack after the first leg win in Spain but his team simply blitzed Real from the first minute. Were it not for Iker Casillas, Liverpool might have won by six or seven goals.

Full video highlights after the jump (Juventus v Chelsea too)

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Posted: 11th, March 2009 | In: Sports | Comment (1)

Top 10 Fernando Torres adverts

WHEN Fernando Torres is not scoring goals for Liverpool (something he’s not done enough of this season), he loves nothing more than to spend a relaxing day in a studio, making TV commercials. He’ll sell anything, will Nando. Here’s ten of his finest moments as a corporate ho…

Tennis club

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Posted: 12th, February 2009 | In: Sports | Comment