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BlueLion.

Fernando Torres

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Does this sound like a fully committed, happy, Chelsea player? A pending Drogba-contract extension would throw him over the edge.

He has every right to want to play. He has been on a poor run but he is a pro footballer and they want to play games. If we can't offer him alot of playing time, than it's best for all if he moves on. I hope he sticks around for another year.

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He has every right to want to play. He has been on a poor run but he is a pro footballer and they want to play games. If we can't offer him alot of playing time, than it's best for all if he moves on. I hope he sticks around for another year.

Yes he does, but now he's talking about the 'biggest disappointment' of his life, that's in a Chelsea shirt. We won the Champions League and that what's running through his mind beyond his façade of 'delight.'

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After reading the entire interview, I am amazed that people are still making such a damn fuss... He was gutted not to be picked in a big game, who the fuck on earth wouldn't be? The mental pressure on Nando has been massive this year so you can't fault the bastard for wanting to prove it to himself and to the fans (like he has been recently).

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Yes he does, but now he's talking about the 'biggest disappointment' of his life, that's in a Chelsea shirt. We won the Champions League and that what's running through his mind beyond his façade of 'delight.'

So, let me get this straight. A player cannot feel dissapointed that they didn't start in what is possibly the biggest game of their life? They're supposed to sit down and shut up?

WOW, what utter, utter Stupidity

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So, let me get this straight. A player cannot feel dissapointed that they didn't start in what is possibly the biggest game of their life? They're supposed to sit down and shut up?

WOW, what utter, utter Stupidity

You can be as disappointed as you want as a pro player..but there's no point telling the media about it, it'll just cause problems in the squad.

He's a squad player at Chelsea, NOT a star player.. so he's got to learn how to sit down and shut up...if he doesn't like it, he can move on.

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So, let me get this straight. A player cannot feel dissapointed that they didn't start in what is possibly the biggest game of their life? They're supposed to sit down and shut up?

WOW, what utter, utter Stupidity

What if it was Kalou? You would all slaughter him, Malouda even. He's a disruption. Speaking only hours after the great final.

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Agree with Freak.

I understand why he was disappointed, and i probably would have been too if i were in his shoes... but that does not mean he should go cry about it to the media.

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There is a side when you are disappointed because you're on the bench but want to help your team as much as you can, even as a substitute.

And there is another side when you are disappointed and you want to "talk about your situation" because you thought you had to play.

For all I care Kalou deserved this place more than him and I'm happy for Salomon.

Torres should've shut the fuck up and throw his pride out of the window, just like he did with his shooting ability and cherish the moment of glory.

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Torres must be bi-polar because this is very odd tbh. Ecstatic over winning the CL, big smiles and cheers, then a few hrs later complaining. Very strange.

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If he wants to throw his toys out the pram he can fuck off back to Spain. Maybe you would have got more gametime if you played well or scored some fucking goals.

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I have been one of Torres biggest critics this season but we are taking this well beyond proportion.

Ok he maybe shouldn't have made that interview so soon but who remember's Drogba's interview just after Jose left when he said "something is broken at Chelsea" and that he wants to leave?

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It'd be a shame to see him leave so soon. I just hope he goes to another league if he does leave so I can follow that team.

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Are you kidding me? Whats wrong with what he said? It has been disappointing season for him and now he's happy with the trophies that we've won. He's even said he's looking forward to the super cup. He was never going to come out and say he's enjoyed the season and its been great because he hasn't....simple. Why the overreaction

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Some absolute man babies on this forum. The full interview has since been posted and it's clear for all to see that the original news that was spread left out key bits of information, like him being more than happy to contribute and thanking the fans for all their support because "if it wasn't for the fans I'd of given up".

So the guy wants to discuss his role at Chelsea, so what? You think that because he's paid big money he should just sit there and shut up? Like most players he wants to play. So it's best for every one if he knows what's expected of him and we're all on the same page. If he doesn't feel happy then he should go, if he talks it over and is fine then we're golden.

He was asked questions and he answered honestly. This whole thing has been completely blown out of proportion.

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Are you kidding me? Whats wrong with what he said? It has been disappointing season for him and now he's happy with the trophies that we've won. He's even said he's looking forward to the super cup. He was never going to come out and say he's enjoyed the season and its been great because he hasn't....simple. Why the overreaction

Because he said this a few hours after the biggest night in our club's history.

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I can understand his frustration but you are taking the gloss off the victory Fernando by talking about it right after the biggest victory in the club's history.

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I have really come to like him in recent months, but he is treated as above criticism from a lot of our fans because of his price tag. Enough of the double standards.

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It's the timing of it all, fellas. I'm glad hes got some fight in him tho.

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