Fernando Torres

Coaches consistently strike out against Chelsea owner

Is there a repressed striker in the unconscious mind of Russian oligarch and Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich?

From torment to teamplay for Torres

Chelsea striker, Fernando Torres says he is more mature and focused and owes a debt of gratitude to Liverpool, writes Sid Lowe.

Dodgy Torres goal seals Chelsea’s comeback

Fernando Torres's late goal proved decisive as Chelsea staged a second-half recovery to secure a 4-2 win over the recently promoted Reading.

Torres weighs options as Chelsea basks in glory

Chelsea's Fernando Torres is considering his future at the newly-crowned European champions, calling the past season the most difficult of his career.

Torres hat-trick inspires Chelsea rout of QPR

Fernando Torres netted his first Chelsea hat-trick as the Champions League finalists capped a sensational by routing Queens Park Rangers 6-1.

Chelsea’s terrible Barcelona shame turns to triumph

Chelsea have edged through to the Champions League final despite a moment of madness from captain John Terry that saw his exit from the tournament.

Torres and Carroll have given January sales a bad name

Torres and Carroll lend credence to the belief that January buys aren't good business.

Torres hopes to keep form for Chelsea at Valencia

Fernando Torres will look to keep his scoring touch going when his team Chelsea visit Valencia on Wednesday in the Champions League.

Chelsea keeps Villas-Boas waiting for first win

Chelsea's bid to give Andre Villas-Boas a winning start in his first Premier League match was scuppered by some excellent goalkeeping by Stoke City.

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