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      Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)

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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5300: Apr 23, 2017 12:01:58 am
      Littleface....what an appropriate name, probably goes with that little mind of yours too.
      I'm not going to argue with you, because you mean absolutely nothing to me and I can't be bothered with people who just argue for the sake of it, get a life will ya !!
      Oh thanks. Except you didn't come on and do anything other than just blindly insult me without offering any reason for doing so. Now you're telling me to get a life ?

      Jesus love , do me a favour and at least make a point.
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5301: Apr 23, 2017 01:26:47 am

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      “Comolli told me Liverpool were going to buy Luis Suárez but because Suárez was not a goalscorer I needed to stay until they found one. ‘Suárez is the player to play behind; he is not going to score too many goals,’ was the message. You can see they signed Suárez thinking he could not score goals…”

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      “Comolli told me that the new owners [FSG], they had an idea of how to spend their investment. They wanted to bring in young players, to build something new. I was thinking to myself, This takes time to work. It takes two, three, four, maybe even 10 years. I didn’t have that time. I was 27 years old. I did not have the time to wait. I wanted to win. Here we are five years later and they are still trying to build — around the same position in the league as when I left.”

      I cant help but feel nothing but forgiveness for Torres. And sympathy for us fans!

      If we didn't have sh*t luck, we wouldn't have any at all. One thing that bothers me though, we loved Torres, and lost him because of the behind the scenes owners BS, how long will we have Klopp for? How long before Klopp takes the same attitude and say "nope, sorry, nothing here".
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5302: Apr 23, 2017 01:50:42 am
      I cant help but feel nothing but forgiveness for Torres. And sympathy for us fans!

      If we didn't have sh*t luck, we wouldn't have any at all. One thing that bothers me though, we loved Torres, and lost him because of the behind the scenes owners BS, how long will we have Klopp for? How long before Klopp takes the same attitude and say "nope, sorry, nothing here".
      You are a sucker . One of the greats. You just accept  that statement as the God given truth . Try thinking for yourself just for a few minutes and ask yourself a few questions about Torres claims.

      He was performing sh*te and looked  a shadow of the player before his injury yet it all boiled down to Commoli telling him how the team was going to play ?

      Why didn't he ask the f***in manager of the club what he thought ?  Are you really telling me no bells are ringing in your head when you read this utter bollocks ?
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      Reply #5303: Apr 23, 2017 07:55:56 am
      Why didn't he ask the f***in manager of the club what he thought ?

      He did.
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5304: Apr 23, 2017 04:41:33 pm
      Don't you think it's a bit suspect that both Torres and Suarez explain their departure as if it has nothimg to do with them ?

      Torres makes out as though he had no choice but to leave and Suarez was making out as though he'd been promised he could leave , even though he had a contract that he had signed .

      I just can't understand why i'm gettimg lazy insulting posts from our " True Supporters " and being watched for no other reason than pointing out bullshit statements from former players.

      At no point have i questioned the players ability , just their character and blatant scapegoating to curry favour with gullible fans. 

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      Reply #5305: Apr 23, 2017 04:51:10 pm
      Don't you think it's a bit suspect that both Torres and Suarez explain their departure as if it has nothimg to do with them ?

      Torres makes out as though he had no choice but to leave and Suarez was making out as though he'd been promised he could leave , even though he had a contract that he had signed .

      I just can't understand why i'm gettimg lazy insulting posts from our " True Supporters " and being watched for no other reason than pointing out bullshit statements from former players.

      At no point have i questioned the players ability , just their character and blatant scapegoating to curry favour with gullible fans. 



      I didn't even read all that. I thought Torres was a c**t for leaving. Luis didn't bother me as Torres going taught me a lesson. Numbed me if you likem

      I'm mature enough to be able to look on both player's time here fondly, though.
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5306: Apr 23, 2017 05:08:17 pm
      I didn't even read all that. I thought Torres was a c**t for leaving. Luis didn't bother me as Torres going taught me a lesson. Numbed me if you likem

      I'm mature enough to be able to look on both player's time here fondly, though.
      Thats it. I watched those players scoring fantastic goals but at no point did i revere them as some kind of heroes of mine. When i was a kid i looked at players as heroes. Now , i just see them for what they are , employees of the club , nothing more.

      People respect honesty above all else ( IMO ) that's why Shankly , Paisley, Fagan and Kenny are so well thought of by fans.
      I despise footballers talking sh*t to play up to fans. It's insulting on an incredible level.
      Yet the usual bores attack me for calling out bullshit. 
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5307: Apr 15, 2018 09:47:24 pm
      Fernando still doing his thing got a goal today for Atletico. He’s leaving them end of season would love to see him go on a high and win the Europa, loved Torres when he was here what a player
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5308: May 20, 2018 07:01:32 pm
      Playing his last game for Atletico Madrid.. and he has 2 goals... go on... grab the hattrick.
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5309: May 20, 2018 07:26:47 pm
      Playing his last game for Atletico Madrid.. and he has 2 goals... go on... grab the hattrick.

      🤷‍♂️
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5310: May 20, 2018 07:34:00 pm
      Let me translate.....

      Torres wasn’t here when Studge has been.

      Torres is no threat to Studge.

      Torres is good.

      Be like Torres........

      🙄
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5311: May 20, 2018 07:55:40 pm

      Or for extra points, be like Victor Moses! ( why you would want to, I’ve no idea, but hey - it’s not my fantasy)
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5312: May 20, 2018 09:11:14 pm
      Let me translate.....

      Torres wasn’t here when Studge has been.

      Torres is no threat to Studge.

      Torres is good.

      Be like Torres........

      🙄


      Be like Torres, except don’t walk out on the club for the Chavs.

      The grass isn’t always greener, Torres certainly found that one out.
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5313: May 20, 2018 09:22:25 pm
      I always remember his debut for us and the Old Trafford game he ate CB's for fun.
      He has said he would one day spill the beans on what happened but its all water under the bridge now his career is over and our new era is just about to start.
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5314: May 20, 2018 09:29:41 pm
      I always remember his debut for us and the Old Trafford game he ate CB's for fun.
      He has said he would one day spill the beans on what happened but its all water under the bridge now his career is over and our new era is just about to start.

      Yeah to be honest I don’t really care anymore, he was starting to show decline when he left, and to be honest, his career went the way it deserved too after leaving the way he did and getting nailed by Agger the first time he payed against us was a pretty good moment.
      Credit to him though, he’s never really shown support against us if that makes sense, unlike Owen who has shown nothing but a lack of respect to the club that made him the player he was.
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5315: May 20, 2018 09:34:29 pm
      I always remember his debut for us

      Did f**k all on his debut

      I was there he was sh*te
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5316: May 20, 2018 09:38:10 pm
      Be like Torres, except don’t walk out on the club for the Chavs.

      The grass isn’t always greener, Torres certainly found that one out.


      I know 7KK7 - was merely articulating why ol’ Danster gets hot and bothered for Torres but resents our current no.9........
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5317: May 20, 2018 09:39:47 pm
      Did f**k all on his debut

      I was there he was sh*te

      thought Chelsea was his first home game and he scored ???
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      Reply #5318: May 20, 2018 09:42:05 pm
      thought Chelsea was his first home game and he scored ???

      Home debut Yeah..  you said debut though which was villa park.(Stevie scored the winner late on). Chelsea was his third game as he played in Europe too ( Toulouse I think possibly standard liege )
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      Reply #5319: May 20, 2018 09:44:26 pm
      thought Chelsea was his first home game and he scored ???

      Hes talking about the game against Aston Villa i think
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5320: May 20, 2018 09:55:55 pm
      I know 7KK7 - was merely articulating why ol’ Danster gets hot and bothered for Torres but resents our current no.9........

      Is that what he was on about?  :lmao: Weird.

      Am I not supposed to appreciate Torres who was a class player? At least you could rely on him to score goals, unlike our current no. 9.   ;)

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      Reply #5321: May 20, 2018 10:08:52 pm
      Is that what he was on about?  :lmao: Weird.

      Some things go straight over your head don't they...
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5322: May 20, 2018 10:11:22 pm
      Some things go straight over your head don't they...

      Bobby Firmino being a case in point........

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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5323: May 20, 2018 10:17:10 pm
      I always remember his debut for us and the Old Trafford game he ate CB's for fun.
      He has said he would one day spill the beans on what happened but its all water under the bridge now his career is over and our new era is just about to start.

      He did spill the beans.
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      Re: Fernando Torres (The Post Liverpool years)
      Reply #5324: May 20, 2018 10:18:13 pm
      Bobby Firmino being a case in point........

      Yep

      I mean Torres was good til he screwed us when we needed him but it's odd that he can't see the merit of Bobby even though Torres best season was 33 goals and now Bobbys best (and his first real as a true no.9) is 27 (so far) and he does far more for the team than Torres ever did other than being a no.9

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