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BlueLion.

Fernando Torres

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I'm sure if he talked like that about his National Team he would not be called up again.

If he said that at his National Team they don't use him correctly; there are far too many old players who play slowly and don't utilize him correct; he is mainly on the bench when he should be playing(even though the team has just won a major trophy); saying his Team Mates in the National Team don't care about the result when they ain't playing and he feels the same way. You ain't no mind reader Fernando and even if you are it's best you keep such opinions to yourself - and if Kalou had said such a thing he would have been crucified and booed by our fans.

He needs to keep his big mouth shut and do his talking on the field this is disruptive to our squad. Imagine Lampard thinking that Torres said that about him right now, would he really want to play too much with a player who has such opinions of his teammates.

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Yes he would have been better served to not say anything but the press have once again twisted this to try and rock the boat at Chelsea.

He actually commented that he had come across players in his whole career who only cared for themselves and not the team. When he was struggling last season he felt like he was turning into that mindset and knew once that happened something needed to change and he needed to 'snap out of it'. The press have taken this that he was talking about the Chelsea squad playing for themselves and not the team which isn't true.

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Nothing wrong with what he said. It was brutally honest. This happens to so many players, so why is it a surprise or sin that Torres said it? I was suspecting as much at various points last season.

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Its best he shuts up his mouth atm bcoz I think our next 10 games will determine if he has a long term future at chelsea. I just have this feeling its the last make or brake time 4 him.

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Once again good outside the box, but he is the poorest striker I've seen play for us in ages inside the box. His movement inside the box or better said lack of movement inside the box is extremely disappointing he stands in one spot expecting the ball to hit him in the foot or something. He won't get easy goals like Sturridge's if he is not moving and trying to beat players inside the box and he is awful when he needs to think about how to strike a ball at the goal.

Still boggles my mind how we decided that he should be automatic first choice at CFC.

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Was good in the first half, nice passing and dribbling. Second half he should have definitely score though.

Yeah, 1st: counter in front of Friedel, should have at least shooted (had to score) and 2nd: made the right movement and just got unlucky.

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Yeah, 1st: counter in front of Friedel, should have at least shooted (had to score) and 2nd: made the right movement and just got unlucky.

Yes can't blame him for the one that went wide, that's just bad luck, the ball didn't curl back in on time.

But the one where he raced clear of everyone, any kind of shot and old man Friedel would not have saved it.

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Yes can't blame him for the one that went wide, that's just bad luck, the ball didn't curl back in on time.

But the one where he raced clear of everyone, any kind of shot and old man Friedel would not have saved it.

Completely agree. He's always laboring a bit when about to get a shot off... and that's all defenders need to stop it.

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This happens to so many players, so why is it a surprise or sin that Torres said it?

It's not so much that it's the fact if Danny said it or Kalou said it during his Chelsea career they would get in from all angle's, but Torres says it there's no fuss.

The double standards involving Torres get more annoying by the day.

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he needs to grab his chances man

i think he did a fairly good job upfront though.

holding up the ball. not as bad as last season though

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But the one where he raced clear of everyone, any kind of shot and old man Friedel would not have saved it.

Shades of his misses against Norwich and even Arsenal. Very frustrating. Thankfully, those misses haven't been too costly, yet...

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Could've done much better...I wonder, has he got tired a bit? Rusty? He played in the Euros, friendlies and regularly for us. He ain't so young anymore...I'm hoping to see Danny lead the line against Shaktjor.

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