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Official Liverpool Torres Home Shirt - £20.00 @ Sportsdirect

£20.00 @ Sports Direct
Celebrate the Judas, lying, deceiving 2 faced, backstabbing **** that is Fernando Torres, Now for a bargain price of £20. All sizes available. adidas Liverpool Torres Home Shirt 2010 2012 Th… Read More
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
Celebrate the Judas, lying, deceiving 2 faced, backstabbing **** that is Fernando Torres, Now for a bargain price of £20. All sizes available.

adidas Liverpool Torres Home Shirt 2010 2012

This Liverpool Shirt comes complete with Premier League badges, free of charge

Be the envy of Anfield with the new adidas Liverpool Home Shirt complete with the name and number of fans favourite Fernando Torres to the back. Dream of playing in the Liverpool attack alongside Torres as the Reds hope to be crowned Premier League champions this season with your very own Liverpool Home Torres Shirt.

Football Shirt
> Short sleeves with Premier League badges
> Torres 9 printed to back
> Liverpool crest to left chest
> adidas logo to right chest and 3 stripes to arms
> Large print sponsor to centre
> Climacool fabric
> 100% Polyester
> Machine washable

At Sportsdirect.com, we have a varied selection of the latest Premier League Football Shirts for the new season, and with our MYiD service can add your favourite players name and number to the back.
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#1
£20??!! They really think they will shift them for that price?

COYI!
#2
LOL, Surprised it's still commanding a £20 price tag! All those sports shops must be peeved after a back order of 10,000 of them!
#3
"Be the envy of Anfield"... You'll be wiping the gob off you for 90 minutes.
6 Likes #4
I love the way that people get so emotional over players having no loyalty to a team. If somebody said to me that I could earn £100,000 a week playing for my current team, or £300,000 a week playing for another, I wouldn't even work my notice...

Football is no longer about the game - it's about money. Maybe they should cap wages at £50,000 a year, and then the players will all be on the same level, and we can focus on the football again, rather than the politics.
banned 1 Like #5
Goodto see Liverpool are taking the place of West Ham as our new feeder club.

LFC selling club - wallow in the history.

"the past is yours but the future's mine - you're all out of time!"
#6
Get a free trip to the hospital aswell if you wear it on the weekend
4 Likes #7
Can't wait to see him score against the scousers on Sunday.
1 Like #8
Your club should concentrate on turning Carroll into a top player.
Then we'll take him off your hands as well. :-)
#9
that is cheap for Andy Carroll shirt . He will be number 9 and you got the double R in the middle so another £5 for the extra letters…. bargain
4 Likes #10
He made a perfectly good decision to move from one employer to another. What's the problem? You can't expect people who are paid to show loyalty to have the same feelings as those who pay to show loyalty.
1 Like #11
He would win nothing at liverfool anyways. Chelsea offered him better money and he has much much more chance of winning trophy!

Atleast u got suarez. Watched highlights last night and looks like a good player. If he carries on chelsea might buy him aswell.
1 Like #12
This is a cold deal anyways. Who would buy a liverfool shirt anways regardless of name on back!
2 Likes #14
KASOOR66
Who would buy a liverfool shirt anways regardless of name on back!


I'm guessing Liverpool fans. Just a guess though.
1 Like #15
He made some foolish pledges 2 weeks back that is the only problem.

He's not a mercenary he turned down bigger offers to join LFC.

He's entering his peak so staying at LFC is stupid as they're rebuilding, that said moving to an ageing Chelski is shortsighted.

Roman will get bored shortly then they will have to rely on the revenue from their pitifully small plastic fan base.
#16
Rumours going aroung twitter that PaddyPower are offering a free £50 bet in exchange for Torres shirts.
#17
I'm not really sure what Torres is supposed to have done wrong.

He joins the club for £20m pounds

Scores a lot of goals

Leaves for £30m more than we paid for him

Seems like a win win situation for everyone to me, and after watching MotD last night I would say liverpool will be stronger without him, and tbh Drogba and Anelka both seem to be playing better than Torres atm so it probably hasn't stregthened their first team all that much in the short term at least

Edited By: jonstone12 on Feb 03, 2011 12:43
#18
Quietus
I love the way that people get so emotional over players having no loyalty to a team. If somebody said to me that I could earn £100,000 a week playing for my current team, or £300,000 a week playing for another, I wouldn't even work my notice...Football is no longer about the game - it's about money. Maybe they should cap wages at £50,000 a year, and then the players will all be on the same level, and we can focus on the football again, rather than the politics.
Right idea but it wouldnt work, as they would just say £50,000 a year but then you get £120,000 per appearance and £80,000 per goal etc... The only way to reduce the wages is for us to stop giving them money....unfortunately this is something I cannot do!!
#19
It would work, as long as FIFA issued straight regulations to prevent them doing things to circumvent it.
[mod]#20
Quietus
It would work, as long as FIFA issued straight regulations to prevent them doing things to circumvent it.


UEFA are doing their own bit towards it............Chelsea and Man City will feel it after next season when they won't meet the criteria for European Competition anymore. :D
1 Like #21
Nothing backstabbing about a bloke being ambitious.... the only surprise is that he didn't join my club with Edin Dzeko.

To get £50m you should be dancing with joy.... but I doubt you can dance!
1 Like #22
Syzable

UEFA are doing their own bit towards it............Chelsea and Man City will feel it after next season when they won't meet the criteria for European Competition anymore. :D


It's not without risks. The clubs most likely to be affected by what a smirking Platini thinks is a masterstroke may backfire badly when the richest clubs say screw it to the ECL and EL and setup their own European Superleague. Behind the scenes there is a surprising solidarity between the richest clubs in the game. I remember when they all came together to insist Liverpool should be allowed to participate in the Champions League as defending champions, while UEFA insisted that would not be happening under any circumstances. It didn't take long for UEFA to do a stunning U-Turn and allow Liverpool in. Even hated rivals Man Utd backed Liverpool's case.

Which competitions do you think fans will be watching if this happens? The one prestigiously branded Champions League governed by UEFA but lacking star names like Messi, Ronaldo, Iniesta and Torres, and big name clubs like Man Utd, Chelsea, Barcelona and Real Madrid? Of course not. Fans will be falling over themselves to witness the new Superleague. And where do you think the advertising dollars will go? The most lucrative commercial television deals? They go where most of the fans will go.

Edited By: joeybutterface on Feb 03, 2011 14:51
2 Likes #23
What he done was totally disrespectful. He's always been saying how much he loves Liverpool and then he joins one of Liverpool's rivals? You could understand him moving abroad to a better club, but Chelsea? If one of our players ever done that they would get a similar reaction.
#24
KASOOR66
This is a cold deal anyways. Who would buy a liverfool shirt anways regardless of name on back!

Everton fans, for when they want to be incognito
1 Like #26
spudmcgraw
Get a free trip to the hospital aswell if you wear it on the weekend
Wouldn't surprise me if a few chelsea fans wore these to wind up the scousers at the game... but I'd really love to see what the unofficial shirts on sale outside the ground are going to say .
1 Like #27
Arsenal Fan
What he done was totally disrespectful. He's always been saying how much he loves Liverpool and then he joins one of Liverpool's rivals? You could understand him moving abroad to a better club, but Chelsea? If one of our players ever done that they would get a similar reaction.
I think your comments are a bit out of date.. chelsea and liverpool may have been rivals a couple of seasons ago,but do you seriously think chelsea or their fans view liverpool as a threat now,irrespective of the result this weekend ?
1 Like #28
pedro123
He made some foolish pledges 2 weeks back that is the only problem.He's not a mercenary he turned down bigger offers to join LFC.He's entering his peak so staying at LFC is stupid as they're rebuilding, that said moving to an ageing Chelski is shortsighted.Roman will get bored shortly then they will have to rely on the revenue from their pitifully small plastic fan base.
Your last comment shows how little you know about the world of football fandom. Chelsea had a huge fanbase in the 1970's to rival manure,based partly on the hooliganism way of thinking,and those people all over the uk have not started supporting anyone else,they just settled down and had kids etc.
I've been around europe for football and the affiliations are many..almost every country has a team or two whose fans love chelsea for various reasons. In rome chelsea fans were standing with lazio fans and no problems,in bulgaria levski fans wear chelsea merchandise,and so on in holland and elsewhere,even germany.The blues brothers thing is widespread evn if you don't realise it.
3 Likes #29
Tom Pickering
Can't wait to see him score against the scousers on Sunday.

O RLY? X)X)X)
#30
Merson316
Tom Pickering
Can't wait to see him score against the scousers on Sunday.
O RLY? X)X)X)

HAHAHAHAHA YA PAID 50 MILLION FOR MARGI CLARKE LOLOLOLOL X)
#31
carefreeblue
Arsenal Fan
What he done was totally disrespectful. He's always been saying how much he loves Liverpool and then he joins one of Liverpool's rivals? You could understand him moving abroad to a better club, but Chelsea? If one of our players ever done that they would get a similar reaction.
I think your comments are a bit out of date.. chelsea and liverpool may have been rivals a couple of seasons ago,but do you seriously think chelsea or their fans view liverpool as a threat now,irrespective of the result this weekend ?

Ok firstly Chelsea are a mess, an ageing side desperately trying to buy success but will never be respected. Secondly, it doesn't matter if Liverpool and Chelsea are direct rivals right now, they compete in the same league and are both big clubs, for someone like Torres to move to Chelsea like that shows complete disrespect. Moving abroad is something different, but to force a move to another club in the same league when you're Liverpools top player has made Torres look really bad.
#32
Arsenal Fan


Ok firstly Chelsea are a mess, an ageing side desperately trying to buy success but will never be respected. Secondly, it doesn't matter if Liverpool and Chelsea are direct rivals right now, they compete in the same league and are both big clubs, for someone like Torres to move to Chelsea like that shows complete disrespect. Moving abroad is something different, but to force a move to another club in the same league when you're Liverpools top player has made Torres look really bad.


Maybe he wanted to stay in England so that he could still play against Vidic. :)

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