Fernando Torres All Set For A Come Back In Derby Madrid

Atletico Madrid’s reckless child Torres Fernando could make his arrival in a warmed derby with Madrid on Wednesday in the past 16 of the King’s Cup on the off chance that he looks sharp in preparing, mentor Diego Simeone has said.

The previous Atletico skipper, who played 244 recreations for the place where he grew up a club where he appeared matured 17, has marked an 18-month advance arrangement from AC Milan which will wind up successful when the Italian exchange advertise. Torres was an Atletico token who left the stammering club in 2007 to look for Chelsea and Liverpool and has now come back to a side that broke the restraining infrastructure of Real and Barcelona by endearing La Liga last term.
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Fernando’s Late Strike Helps The Club To Win

Fernando Torres is known to have scored some goals that have been important and crucial for the teams he has played for and his most recent accomplishment has been the late strike that he did to save Sagan Tosu from being relegated to the second tier. That is what his performance helped to do, to save the team from being added to the second tier among the Japanese football teams. The score stood at 1-1 with Sagan playing against Yokohama F Marinos.

Matters had been leveled by Mu Kanazaki on the field after which, in a duration of seven minutes, the former Atletico, Liverpool and Chelsea striker came on and struck outside the box to be able to gain a great finish for his team. Tosu, as a team, has not been firmly grounded in the relegation zone. Hence, they needed a crucial victory and gain points that would help them stay on and not get relegated to J-League 2. The victory they obtained due to the performance of Fernando Torres has helped them gain 40 points that are necessary to prevent automatic relegation.

The final game they face is with Kashima Antlers. If they are able to gain victory over this team, their 15th rank would go up to 11th; however, they need to tread carefully as the format of J-League still has terms that can bring them to a demoted position. Torres has been signed on for Tosu from the month of July this year. At the age of 34, he has recently left Atleti, which was his boyhood club. He also played against Andres Iniesta, a former colleague from Spain that was nostalgic for him. This season will hopefully see him help Tosu move up the ranks and end the finals successfully for his club

First League Match Between Iniesta And Fernando Torres In Japan

Fernando Torres and Andrés Iniesta confronted each other on Saturday for the first time in the Japanese football league. The very first game of the league ended without any goals. The game had little emotions and it showed the bad time that the two Japanese teams live.

Iniesta and Sagan Tosu de Torres from Vissel Kobe had already confronted the two players on the 22nd of August in a 32-game round in the Emperor Cup in Japan, but today was the first meeting of the Japanese league. This was also one of the most awaited matches; the seats were all packed by fans.
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Borja Garcés: The ‘New Fernando Torres’ Who Ate Atletico Madrid’s Roots Against Eibar

The 19-year-old graduate marked a dream debut by getting out of the bench to save a point for Diego Simeone’s side. Hailed as the “new Niño”, 19-year-old academic Borja Garcés marked a dream debut by getting out of the bench to save a draw for Atlético Madrid against Eibar. But the attacker refuses to be worn by Fernando Torre’s comparisons.

With 87 minutes on the clock at Wanda Metropolitano on Saturday Diego Simeone stared into the abyss. Antoine Griezmann, Saúl, Diego Godin and Diego Costa: everyone had shot at Eibar goals – eight times in total – but goalkeeper Marko Dmitrović played a blinder. With three minutes left to play, Sergi Enrich goes on to exploit Godin’s mistake in the box and radiated home what looked like the winner of Eibar. Four matches played, one victory, one draw, and two defeats – not what was expected from the most expensive athletic group ever collected.
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Marseille came from behind to defeat their hosts Monaco 3-2 on Sunday. The French sides approached the game with all seriousness as it was a derby of note. The skipper Radamel Falcao ahead of the game said they as hosts would give everything possible to claim maximum points especially as Marseille were “a direct rival for the podium.”

Monaco had a good run against Marseille but they could not repeat past feats, with Coach Rudi Garcia keen on a change in the run of things. Marseille were the first to go ahead at the stroke of half time. Dimitri Payet sent a perfectly weighed cross that Kostas Mitroglou headed in. Continue reading MARSEILLE DEFEAT MONACO AT HOME

Fernando Torres And Andres Iniesta Suffer Defeats On The Debut Of J-League

Fernando Torres and ANDRES Iniesta made their debut in J-League, and both got defeated in Japanese football. Both the players are the winner of the Spanish World Cup and this summer they have been moving to the Far East following the calling time on their career with club in Europe. But, by registering defeat in the match, neither of them was able to begin to life in the J-League as they wanted to because their teams got defeated on their first appearances itself.

Iniesta is now 34 years old and quit his beloved club Barcelona on the last season, end. This move was made before linking up with Spain for the challenge of their World Cup. He made the announcement that he will be joining Vissel Kobe. This is the Japanese club and it is run by Rakuten, the owner of Barca sponsors. The early exit of Spain from Russia 2018 mean that he was able to associate with Kobe two weeks before than expected.
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Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez is set to try and lure Fernando Torres back to England, according to report. With Torres confirming he has come to the end of his second stint at Atletico Madrid, there were several options open.

Torres was linked with the Chinese Super League (CSL) and the Major League Soccer (MLS). Torres’ former teammate VeljkoPaunovic manages MLS side Chicago Fire, hence the early links.

Liverpool Legend Names His Ideal Forwards

Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has named his ideal forwards in the Reds shirt. The former skipper of the side played alongside some of the best players the club has seen. He combined very well with Fernando Torres, when the Spaniard moved to Anfield from Atletico Madrid.

Gerrard also played along with an impressive Luis Suarez. He is watching from the stands now after retirement, seeing how summer addition Mohammed Salah is making a name for himself in his debut season. Continue reading Liverpool Legend Names His Ideal Forwards


Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres has been the subject of links to the Chinese Super League. The former Liverpool and Chelsea man has always said he wanted to retire at his boyhood club. However, recent developments would have put things in perspective.

The 33-year old talisman is one of the greatest footballers to come out of Atletico. He is sixth on the list of all-time appearances and sixth highest goalscorer for the club with 123 goals. He received a professional contract deal at the age of 15, making his debut at 17 in May 2001 before scoring his first goal the following week. Continue reading TORRES HEADING TO CHINA?


Finally, the protracted transfer of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona from Liverpool is over and done with. Since Neymar Jr. left last summer in a surprise move to the Parc des Princes, Coutinho’s name has been littered all over the web about being the replacement for his compatriot. The player wanted to leave as he saw it as a lifetime opportunity and a childhood dream.

Liverpool tried their best to retain him, offering good incentives but the player’s mind could not be changed. Coutinho could not leave during the summer and despite injuries he gave his usual in the first half of the season. When Barca came again during the winter window, he could no longer wait till the summer like Anfield wanted and his new employer paid huge fees.