Torres's loss of form- a blessing in disguise?

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Post by •MilanDevil• Wed 2 May - 17:19

I honestly believe that the period of drought that Torres went through allowed him to experience different positions and improve on various other skills, he is becoming a more complete football player. In addition, this might serve as a lesson to other player that may flop since it shows them that even in the worst possible of situations one must always believe in themselves.
What do you think? Is it really a blessing in disguise?
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Post by BarrileteCosmico Wed 2 May - 17:41

At the expense of Chelsea's CL spot...
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Post by fatman123 Wed 2 May - 17:58

BarrileteCosmico wrote:At the expense of Chelsea's CL spot...

we're not out of it yet banana

although you are right Sad
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Post by Red Alert Wed 2 May - 22:37

I said it before. Unless he changed his ways... he would stay in the 'out of form' runt he was currently in. It's good to see he's more 'complete' now, but I still find him a better player at LFC... more intimiditating anyway.

He could of had alot more goals if Chelsea knew how to cut back instead of shooting from wide areas (looking at Sturridge and Malouda) also.
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Post by VivaStPauli Thu 3 May - 2:07

You can talk up any kind of misfortune, but TBH the fact remains that at a price of 50m, Torres should've probably given his club roughly 20 league goals more.
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Post by MJ Thu 3 May - 2:43

Agree with Viva^

Unless he wins them the Champions League then he was a waste bar what he may do in the future.
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Post by Motogp69 Thu 3 May - 5:44

I said in the Bayern forum I think their success is dependent on how Drogba and Torres play together on the pitch at the same time. I think we've seen that they just can't make it work.

It would be a scary proposition should they spend more time together off the pitch and generate a feel for each others games, because the ability to change their style on a dime would greatly help Chelsea's chances. I also think it's the only real chance Chelsea has at beating Bayern in the final.
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