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Fernando Torres El Nino: My Story .... £4.79 @ Play

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Fernando Torres is one of the hottest properties in world football. From local Madrid idol to Kop hero and European Championship winner, he talks here for the first time about the unique challenges faced in his two years in England, with candid snapshots of his life on and off the field. At the age of 25, Spain's Fernando Torres has already established himself as one of the Liverpool greats and a proud wearer of the fabled No 9 shirt. His first book provides a captivating illustrated story of his career to date, alongside candid snapshots of his early life in Madrid, as a child football prodigy and lifelong fan of local club Atletico. Nicknamed 'El Nino' (The Kid), Torres opens up about life on the streets besides Atletico's Vicente Calderon stadium, signing for the club at the age of 15 and appointed club captain by 19, becoming, as one local journalist put it, 'one part folk hero, one part native son, one part messiah.' When Liverpool broke their club transfer record to bring Torres to Anfield in July 2007, it proved the turning point in his career.Competing in the goldfish bowl of the English Premier League, settling into the NorthWest and playing alongside Liverpool heroes like Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher, in the company of Spanish team-mates Pepe Reina, Xavi Alonso and Albert Rieira, and performing in front of the Kop who quickly adopted him as one of their own -- Torres describes what it means to him to play on one of the greatest stages in world football, and compares and contrasts life in Spain with his new career in England. Away from the football, Torres talks about life out of the spotlight with his childhood sweetheart Ollala, his family and friends, and what inspires and motivates him.
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#1
hoping for no new chapters lol, so will wait to vote after tonight.
2 Likes #2
His arm band says he is a red
Suarez Suarez
You'll never walk alone it said
Suarez Suarez
He got it off a lad from Spain
Tall and blond
Forgot his name
Luis Suarez Liverpools number 9
#3
jooxs1981
hoping for no new chapters lol, so will wait to vote after tonight.


Transfer windows closes in 2 hours (11am).
#4
ash.connor
jooxs1981
hoping for no new chapters lol, so will wait to vote after tonight.


Transfer windows closes in 2 hours (11am).


Try again.
#5
11pm dopey
1 Like #6
Leaving the sinking ship, brilliant !
#7
Good swap for Anelka/Sturridge plus Carroll, Young and Adam :)
#8
Don't blame him for wanting to leave but to do it now that king Kenny has returned just stinks.
#9
DaRockwilder1
Don't blame him for wanting to leave but to do it now that king Kenny has returned just stinks.
+1
#10
No point in buying this as it will be old.....will wait till next year when he brings one out abotu his triles and tribulations at CHELSEA ha ha ha ha ha
1 Like #11
Looks like a girl in the photo, glad he stopped dyeing his hair
#12
Man City interested now!!!!!Link here
#13
Torres is a died-in-the-wool scouser. He loves Liverpool. He's a Liverpool fan. He'd never leave Liverpool for another English club!
#14
kyashwanth36
His arm band says he is a redSuarez SuarezYou'll never walk alone it saidSuarez SuarezHe got it off a lad from SpainTall and blondForgot his nameLuis Suarez Liverpools number 9

Shame Suarez is number 7 then
#15
torres arrives in london to complete chelsea transfer.....poor lad was only on £110,000 per week so should be happier on £150,000+ per week as its quite expensive to live in London so he should be able to afford the congestion charge etc

Edited By: isotonic on Jan 31, 2011 18:41
#16
Looks like he's Chelsea bound.
Can't blame him for wanting to leave Liverpool.He won't get Champions League football with them.
Quality striker but my worry is he's a bit injury prone with his hamstrings....

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