GET OVER IT FERNANDO TORRES

Friends Of Liverpool

Fernando Torres is back at it again.
Six months after leaving Liverpool in a wave of acrimony, the beleagured Chelsea striker persists in sticking the knife in on his old team;

“Liverpool’s future isn’t looking bright,” he said.
“I always gave them a 100%, but it was a difficult situation.
Even though I felt like I was a big part of the club, you have to also look after your personal ambitions.
“For me, that is winning trophies and unfortunately that doesn’t look like a possibility for them.

“It’s no coincidence that Xabi Alonso, Javier Mascherano and myself all left Liverpool. It was always about ambitions.
I played for Liverpool for a few years and had some great moments.
“But when a club like Chelsea, with bigger potential, come calling, it’s hard to say no  especially when it looked impossible to win the League for Liverpool.”

Talk about sour grapes, jeez Torres we adored you at Anfield.
Yes things were very bad under Woy Hodgson, but everyone from Jamie to Stevie and many others put a shift in, even though they knew he was the wrong man for the job, they toughed it out.

The Liverpool players, unlike yourself, did their best and with the return of Kenny Dalglish, we will make serious progress this season.
You haven’t exactly made great progress since leaving Liverpool,
sorry about burning your shirt, too bad, stuff happens.

You did play really well for us for two years, thanks for that and
thanks for the £50 million quid which we made good use of.

So stop having a go at Liverpool FC and concentrate on your new club Chelsea.

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