Report: Fernando Torres Wants Playing Time,
Sports IllustratedReport: Fernando Torres Wants Playing Time, Could Leave Atletico Madrid in JanuarySports IllustratedAtletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres has reportedly made the decision to leave his current side in January, in search of regular first team football. According to El Larguero, the Spaniard has been left on the periphery of Diego Simeone's plans this ...Fernando Torres 'could leave Atletico Madrid in January' with arrival of Diego Costa — and has offers from MLS and ...The SunFernando Torres 'to leave Atletico Madrid in January'Sports MoleThe Daily Rojiblanco: November 2, 2017Into The Calderonall 9 news articles »
Posted on 2 November 2017 | 5:56 am
Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool are now getting to
ESPN FCJurgen Klopp: Liverpool are now getting to grips with defensive teamsESPN FCThe Egypt international has taken 16 matches to score his first 10 goals, on a par with Fernando Torres and better than Luis Suarez when they first arrived. Deployed on the right wing, the former Chelsea player has benefited from being able to cut ...Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool are now getting to grips with playing defensive teamsTimes & Starall 580 news articles »
Posted on 2 November 2017 | 4:57 am
Timo Werner could be Liverpool's next
Liverpool EchoTimo Werner could be Liverpool's next Fernando Torres - but don't write off Firmino and SturridgeLiverpool EchoIn theory, Werner represents the sort of striker Fernando Torres was when he arrived at Anfield in 2007. The same nationality as his manager, a burgeoning reputation, and a player who can nurture, develop and become the go-to man in front of goal.The Echo push for 'New Fernando Torres' to join LiverpoolThe Empire of The Kop - a blog about Liverpool F.C. (blog)all 21 news articles »
Posted on 30 October 2017 | 4:54 am
Is Alvaro Morata the Fernando Torres Chelsea
SportskeedaIs Alvaro Morata the Fernando Torres Chelsea always wanted?SportskeedaFernando Torres' move from Liverpool to Chelsea is often seen as one of the biggest flops in Premier League history. Six years on, the London club might well have amended that mistake at last. While it may be Diego Costa that Morata has replaced for ...and more »
Posted on 30 October 2017 | 4:15 am
Torres and Vietto misfire as Atletico Madrid
ESPN FC (blog)Torres and Vietto misfire as Atletico Madrid held by lowly ElcheESPN FC (blog)There were enough full senior internationals on the pitch to get the job done, however Atleti's woes in front of goal continue as Fernando Torres and Luciano Vietto endured nights to forget. When Thomas Partey opened the scoring it appeared set for an ...and more »
Posted on 25 October 2017 | 3:33 pm
Why Buhari’s Ministers Must Not Leap For
Fernando Torres is a classic example. So when President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria came to power, big names were laundered along the corridor of power but increasingly Buhari has surprised Nigerians with his appointments. He has looked towards the academy ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 4:42 pm
Let's talk about the Champions League draw:
Atletico finished second in Champions League two years ago, and now again features 31-year-old Fernando Torres, once one of soccer's next big things. Astana, making its first Champions League appearance, is the doormat here. Look for Atletico to advance ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 12:21 pm
John Stones has handed in a transfer
John Stones may have looked to force his move to Chelsea through by handing in a formal transfer request but it's not yet time for Everton fans to panic. While a written request may make a transfer more likely, ensuring the selling club don't have to pay ...
Posted on 26 August 2015 | 10:37 pm
Are Atletico Madrid Genuine Contenders for
Add to that the excellent Antoine Griezmann and a revitalised Fernando Torres, and it all equalled an enviable arsenal. At the other end of the field Miranda may have left for Inter, but the popular Filipe Luis returned after a difficult year at Chelsea.
Posted on 25 August 2015 | 12:14 am
Terry And Rooney: Grumpy Old Men
Decline is not a smooth downward curve. No footballer ever goes from being great to be being average overnight, except Fernando Torres, perhaps. It's more that the time between good performances gets longer and longer and the poor games become more frequent.
Posted on 23 August 2015 | 6:00 pm