Friends Of Liverpool

Fernando Torres is grounded in every sense of the word.
His right knee has flared up again and all flights out of the UK are grounded due to some Finnish belly-ache with Ash covering the Skies of Europe, Armageddon days are here again.
Seriously though, the club should think about sending poor Nando to Spain via the Eurostar through France and then onto Spain.
Yes, a long tedious journey that the young man may not wish to undertake, but, if he could get to met the man who operated on his right knee Ramon Cugat again to get a full examination of the extent of the injury.
Then it would be worthwhile, if he gets the all clear from his Doctor, he can stay in Spain for the Cup game first leg against his old club, Athletico Madrid.
The Surgeon earlier this week stated that there appeared to be no major problems from his initial scan and he felt that Torres should be fit to play “within a week”.
There is a doubt about all Europa League ties being called off this week due to the no fly zones currently in operation. Things may have taken a turn for the worst if you believe everything you read.
Latest rumours are that Torres will have to have further surgery on the Meniscus that will rule him out for the rest of Liverpool’s season and maybe the World Cup for Spain as well.
This would be a tragedy for the lad who was set to shine for both club and country in the Europa League and the World Cup Finals.
Lets hope he gets the all clear as soon as possible.

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