Browsing All posts tagged under »Torres«

You Couldn’t Make It Up!

March 3, 2011 by


The Premier League season so far has been remarkably unpredictable. With 10 games to go, only 6 points separate 10th to 20th place in the league. You would be hard pushed to predict the relegated trio come May. West Ham who have looked woeful all season are finally starting to play, smashing 5 past Burnley in the […]

Bad Weekend for the Czechs (and Torres)

February 6, 2011 by


Tomas Rosicky and Petr Cech had absolute stinkers this weekend. The Arsenal midfielder probably thought he wouldn’t see much action on Saturday, named on the bench, but was introduced on 70 minutes. Arsenal were still leading 4-1 at the time at St James Park. A few minutes after coming on Tomas gave away possession in his own […]


February 1, 2011 by


Does this mean that the recession is finally over? No, of course it doesn’t. To coin a phrase from Richard Keys “The game has gone mad!”. We all knew that Fernando Torres was on his way to Chelsea, it was a case of how much? £50m seemed the asking price, so Chelsea duly obliged. As a […]

Roy and Torres shine

November 7, 2010 by


Liverpool took on Chelsea on the obligatory Sky Sports Super Sunday. The game before saw a shock in Arsenal rolling over for Newcastle to tickle their bellies and snatch a one nil win at the Emirates, a shock if ever I saw one. Maybe it was going to be a day of shocks? Liverpool were […]

Man Utd 3-2 Liverpool

September 20, 2010 by


The dust has settled on yesterdays game and the defeat to Manchester United still depresses me. Avoiding the league table for the next few weeks is a must for Liverpool fans, the depressing of sight of 16th place is not a good look. The performance was decent yesterday, I felt the 1-0 scoreline at half […]

Deja Vu

August 30, 2010 by


It all sounds a bit familiar, more noises are being made from Barcelona about matters that don’t really concern them. It only seems like yesterday that Puyol, Messi and Co were demanding that Fabregas join them at the Camp Nou. After that failed attempt Messi urged Liverpool to be “humane” and allow Mascherano to join him at Barca. Now their buddy Xavi […]