Torres is destined to score against Liverpool

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DOMESTIC transfer fee smashing Chelsea signing Fernando Torres has said it is his “destiny” to net against his former club Liverpool.
After handing in a transfer request, the Spaniard made the switch before yesterday’s transfer deadline for a mind-boggling £50m.
And handily the player is set to make his Blues debut this Sunday, when Liverpool visit Stamford Bridge in the Premier League.
He said: “It is like destiny.
“It is not perfect but if I have the chance to play, I will do my best and hopefully I can score.
“I will never say anything bad about Liverpool. I have been very happy there but now the history is different and I am playing for Chelsea.
“I am joining a team that is at the top level. There is not another level after Chelsea.”
The word tasty just doesn’t describe this Sunday’s clash…

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3 thoughts on “Torres is destined to score against Liverpool

  1. I saw the headline and thought you must have been replaced by Nostradamus!!
    Glad to see you’re still there, Isaac 😉
    Who do you think did best in the January window now the dust is settling?

  2. Thanks for the reply, Isaac.
    Yes, I think we’ve replaced our mercurial but sulky, injury prone lone striker with a really dynamic young pair that could form quite a partnership.
    With the money from Babel and Torres it’s not cost us and I reckon we’ve got the wage bill down a bit too.
    It’s really nice to be optimistic for the first time in many years to be honest 🙂
    Having said that, I feel for the geordies and hope that they don’t fall away – as for Chelsea creating a bit of history is mighty expensive and not guaranteed 😉

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