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Traitor Torres Changes His Website Too

Fernando Torres has left all Liverpool fans with a feeling of bitterness and betrayal after his transfer to rivals Chelsea.

Comments from the Spaniard following his signing on Monday night at Stamford Bridge have further angered the Anfield faithful, saying “I have moved up to a new level in Chelsea” and adding that he hopes to score against Liverpool on Sunday, saying that it is his “destiny”.

What a scumbag. He didn’t take long to change his website either:


Its gone from the Red of Liverpool to the Blue of Chelsea overnight. So much for loyalty you scumbag, at least we got £50 million for you!

Submitted by Friends Of Liverpool



  1. Prince Tony

    February 2, 2011 at 12:47 pm

    I conquer with u anteater tht Pool has th greatest history but remember “history does not play” if it was playing,u would be wining th league right now.
    And Cole wantd an improvd contract wen his contribution was not much.You hav seen his impact at Anfield.You can’t justify his wages.It has even led 2 Tot’ham braging about bin rejected by cole en going 4 van vart

  2. Hector

    February 2, 2011 at 12:57 pm

    It beats me hollow why you liverpool fans are twisting your red panties because torres moved to chelsea! You guys bought him from athletico madrid, didnt you? a club where he was the youngest captain in its history! Torres has spent just three & half years at liverpool and you think he’s a liverpool legend? go ask arsenal and thierry and get the message. You guys should get used to the fact that these guys are professional footballers and have the right to aspire to greater heights and win trophies, thats just what torres has done. You guys talk about loyalty yet your former owners (hicks & gillet) sold you off like a piece of ware yet you have the audacity to blame torres. Face it, all you liverpool suckers, its not torres you hate its CHELSEA you fear! Q.E.D!!!

  3. Liverpool supported forever

    February 2, 2011 at 1:06 pm

    As a Liverpool supporter myself I too have been shocked and hurt by the transfer of Torres but I’m sure we all understand the need to move on and better ourselves and of course the money helps but it’s the way you do these things that makes you a better man and the underhanded way that Torres & Co. has dealt with his transfer has belittled the Liverpool supporters and they are hurt and bitter so in my eyes he is not the better man but time will heal I too do not think he has been playing his best for a long time or is he as great as we all think he is, he is not a consistent player we will see what happens now with his move to Chelsea.

  4. Sauxy

    February 2, 2011 at 1:27 pm

    Get over your selves! F&*%$@ Cry BABIES. Blah Blah Blah… History doesn’t garuntee trophies every YEAR. Face it Torres left the Red Norven Scum because they club couldn’t match his ambition. Cesspool are even struggling to qual for the 2nd rate Euro Comp, what ambition is that?!!! History isn’t going to get you lot over the line. I remember an old saying “The bigger you are the harder you fall”! Sounds the Case for the BIG CESSPOOL! And that’s what all the Scum supporters can’t handle. Time for you’ll to do a reality check and realise the good days are over…. Couldn’t happen to a better bunch. We lost Ray Wilkins, our best player in the late 70’s to Man U, yet the Chelsea faithfull didn’t carry on like a bunch of Pork Chops….We just built anothe “Bridge” and got over it…. HAHAHAHAHA

  5. Sauxy

    February 2, 2011 at 1:38 pm

    I give the man his due…he had the balls to do what the “Great Stevie G” couldn’t do…… Step up. Now he’s playing for a team that got thumped by ‘NORTHAMPTON’ & ‘BLACKPOOL’ and no Euro Comp….

    SCUMBAG JOE COLE!!!! He supported Chelsea as a Kid and he took off cause Chelsea wouldn’t pay more for a bit part player. Swings and Roundabouts!!!!

  6. Nik

    February 2, 2011 at 1:46 pm

    To me Fernando Torres represents everything that is vile, greedy, and disgusting in modern football. Loyalty is a dying quality this day and age. I am a United fan so Liverpool are hardly that close to my heart but it does frustrate me how players can have so much power these days. I don’t feel that it is right. I’m not saying they should be treated as slaves but they shouldn’t just be able to kick and scream their way out of a club when things are going how THEY want them to. Anyway, Chelsea have to deep a problems to solve it with 2 new players. Most of their squad is over 30 so they have a lot more work to do/ sorry I meant a lot more money to spend yet. Lets all buy our way to the trophy eh???

  7. Ian Lessels

    February 2, 2011 at 1:53 pm

    I am sorry but how the last author has the cheek to say buy a trophy ? Has his club not held teh record player purchases several times recently ?
    If you had relied solely on your home grown MANCHESTER boys you would have won nothing

    • dolly

      March 2, 2011 at 5:43 am

      You seem to forget how SAF got his first title with manutd with the youngsters,the class of 92 with majority of them are home ground players like Scholes, Neville’s brothers, Nicky Butt, Beckham and many more..

  8. John S

    February 2, 2011 at 2:48 pm

    How dare he want to play for the champions and challenge for trophies! what a scumbag !

  9. Hector

    February 2, 2011 at 3:20 pm

    Mr. Nik, I suggest you go back sooo many years ago and tell me who bought Rio Ferdinand and Rooney for 30MILLION POUNDS EACH!-MANCHESTER UNITED, THATS WHO!! Quit complaining ‘cos have come to break your title monopoly. C’mon, be a sportsman!

  10. Aufi

    February 2, 2011 at 3:50 pm


  11. branafan

    February 2, 2011 at 5:30 pm

    Quick! Somebody call the whaaaaaaaambulance, as the scousers are crying.

    History never won anything. Perhaps Torres fancied a crack at the CL before he retired. Let’s be honest here. Chelsea are of a higher standing at the moment and Liverpool might not be in top four for years and they’ve barely mounted a title push for two decades.

  12. Blueblood

    February 2, 2011 at 5:56 pm

    Get over it Torres has moved to Chelsea because he wants to win trophies and play in the CL, if he stays at Liverpool he won’t win anything this year and certainly won’t be playing CL football nxt yr. U call Torres a scumbag but so what if he talks to Chelsea TV and says he hapy 2be at the bridge. Lets face it Liverpool haven’t won the premiership thats 18years+ since they were champions so stop living in the past.

    • Luis Suarez

      January 15, 2012 at 8:07 pm

      Torres won’t win anything in Chelsea!!
      Chelsea don’t have a history

  13. Blueblood

    February 2, 2011 at 6:02 pm

    Message 4 Nik the Man U fan, remember Ferdinand, Rooney,Berbatov, wake up mate you’ve bought the title in the past and now your running scared as Vidic can’t handle Torres and we’ve still got you home and away.

  14. Illusion slayer

    February 2, 2011 at 6:10 pm

    All these sows (not scouse) squeals of anguish emanating from the Anfield pigpen are music to our ears. The biggest celebration is yet to come on Sunday when our Nando bulges the Pool net.
    The hypocrisy revealed in the above posts from frustrated Liverpool supporters is laughable. Any Carroll did not even want to leave and had to be forced out of his own home club because the Scousers made an offer the Toon board could not refuse.

  15. richie jones

    February 2, 2011 at 6:14 pm


  16. Sir Cecil

    February 3, 2011 at 1:04 am

    I hadn’t realized Torres had insulted Liverpool fans. Now I hear that he has, I’m very pleased indeed.

  17. Sir Cecil

    February 3, 2011 at 1:09 am

    Liverpool fans have no business talking so much about Chelsea’s world class stars, like Torres. They should stick to discussing their own players, like the £35m-for-a-lummox Carroll and that legs-have-gone wizard of theirs, Joe Cole.

  18. john parry

    February 4, 2011 at 1:14 am

    lol gimps those who forget their past, have no future,chelsea is a team full of players with an uncontrolable ego,thanks for making us get rid of judas he was useless now,we don’t want an unloyal and unhappy player on our club,i thank him for what he did but at the end he had a commitment,and he said it verbally,so i think this is a different case he stabbed us in the back,and good ridance to him,one day he will regret his decision,to all the cockneys here,your team has no history and no future!!!!

  19. Al Gino

    February 7, 2011 at 7:18 am

    Last laugh… ha, ha, ha. Stamford Bridge tumbled down 0 – 1. Thanks to Torres, Liverpool completed a double over Chelsea for 2010/11. Thanks Torres for the goals, for the 50mil and not scoring for Chelsea.

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