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  1. I apologize mate, using my phone and its screwing up. The comment wasn't meant for you. cheers
  2. but I know I'm not the only one who would rather have a goalless Torres on the pitch and the team scoring goals than what we had the last 30mins. IDC if Torres doesn't score another goal, he really opens up play for the TEAM. We play better with him on the pitch.
  3. So let me get this straight: we were doing ok, opening spaces and scoring goals. our defense was giving up cheap balls in the final third, so we take off Torres? I'm ok with that, I just don't know why a defensive back sub wasn't made. so then we bring on Ba who works hard, but doesn't open the field the same way a shitty Torres does. THEN we take off our hot hand #14 and our defensive mid who isn't doing so bad to bring on a a bag of bones and lampard? clearly Ramires wasn't having a great match. where the F*** is Ashley Cole?!?!?!?! to sum it up, Torres shouldn't of been replaced, maybe
  4. my main man! finally! here we go!!! loved the cocky zlatan-esque celebration, dope. (and as i mentioned before, this dude likes to score in blue shirts, all of his goals for chelsea were in the blue, except the CL semi-final game) Keep it up mate!
  5. goalscoring form or not, I think this season has been a clear indicator that the TEAM plays better with Torres upfront. You cannot argue against that, it is very odd to see. The team just jells more.
  6. Fun Fact: Aside from his goal against FCB, Torres has scored ALL of his goals in Chelsea's BLUE shirt... #TrueBlue? hahaha! keep it up el nino!
  7. no matter if you are a torres fan or not, you cannot help but to have a little admiration for the guy. always seems like a real person. get well soon nando!
  8. will the FA take in account the ENTIRE game. the entire lot of the pushing and shoving that went on? the pushing a shoving going on between the two, actually it made the game more interesting. there wasnt a lack of sportsmanship or respect or desire, that was real. sorry these footballers arent robots. even if you watch the game from an unbiased view, you cannot blame fernando for acting the way he did, actually i probably would of done a lot worse. so i guess im just happy he is showing a little fight. but this is chelsea, not man u, he will get more like a 4 MONTH ban because the FA will l
  9. you are just completely avoiding my argument. look at the way the TEAM plays with our different forwards. you cannot argue that the TEAM plays better with torres up front. screw the turnovers, or goal tallys (which he is leading the strikers), or assits, etc. the TEAMS performance. i would take a torres getting one touch in the penalty box if it means we can defeat teams like we did hull city. we played as a UNIT. this problem is bigger than torres (if you guys would just open your eyes). that isnt football, that is FIFA stats for you guys. so get off your xbox and WATCH THE GAME. WATCH
  10. and that is fair. so lets just take THIS YEAR. and the TEAM'S PERFORMANCE. eto'o or torres. not even a question. you cannot be blind to the fact that the team plays with more fluidity when torres is in the starting XI.
  11. what about everton? Fullham? Basel? i'll take a draw any day against man u.
  12. no no no, what people are failing to miss is the "team's performance" under the strikers. we played great against hull and bayern. and torres played a big part of those games. then he gets dropped and we drop huge points. screw the goal tally and WHO it is against. the team simply plays better under our #9. you cant even argue that.
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