FERNANDO TORRES BOOK

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ipprofehaphvol.ml: Torres: El Niño: My Story (): Fernando Torres: Books. Torres: El Niño: My Story and millions of other books are available for. Editorial Reviews. Review. 'Torres has already achieved legend status at Liverpool' Jamie Want to know our Editors' picks for the best books of the month?. Fernando Torres is one of the hottest properties in world football. From loc Torres el nino My Story is probably the best autobiography iv ever read. Torres.


Fernando Torres Book

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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 th. . Read Torres: El Niño: My Story online. Visit Juggernaut Books for similar titles. Free ebooks, Erotic, Love Stories, Classics, Self Publishing & more. Tables will be groaning under the weight of hardback books from a . Fernando Torres with Antonio Sanz () Torres El Nino: My Story.

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More filters. Sort order. Aug 30, Alex T. Nonetheless, I enjoyed reading about his experiences at Liverpool and at Atletico. Nov 29, Sumit Singla rated it really liked it Shelves: Falling just short of the coveted trophy, but oh, what a chase!

That was probably the zenith of El Nino's career as well, which spiralled downwards rapidly after that. Beleagured Liverpool couldn't afford to get new players, and young Torres craved silverware, leading to a much-hyped 50 million move to a club most Kopites despise - Chelsea. Someday, Torres might have a story to tell - of why he left a club he l , possibly one of the best Premier League seasons I've ever seen Liverpool play.

Someday, Torres might have a story to tell - of why he left a club he loved. What happened next? Why or how did he lose his fearsome speed and skill?

This is not that story. This is the story of a boy who dreamed. And a boy who made it big with two massive European clubs. This is the story of a shy, unassuming boy who had the world at his feet, and lived the dream of crowds chanting his name, game after game after game.

This is the story of Fernando Torres, who still remains one of my favourite players to ever have played for Liverpool. View 1 comment. This book has been with me since the day it has been released. I have been a fan of him since the euro cup which he scored the winner.

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I am also a footballer myself and like the style of the way he plays and was fascinated since because he had a great background and since the day one I was impressed and got to finish the book in 2 days but till this day when I get bored I still read the book and it is the first book of my shelf I would recommend to anyone. Not everyone would like the struct This book has been with me since the day it has been released. Not everyone would like the structure but for me the book was not about the words but was about his information and i felt that I know him real close to him.

View 2 comments. There is not much to say about this book. It's the story of the football player Fernando Torres, mostly about his signing to Liverpool and the years he spent there. Torres has been my idol and hero for more than 5 years now so this book is everything to me. However, some of the things weren't chronologically displayed and it was a bit confusing but still it was a pretty good insight into his real character.

There were many pictures, which brought back lots of good memories about some memorable g There is not much to say about this book. There were many pictures, which brought back lots of good memories about some memorable games. One thing I would love to read about is his real story about Chelsea and the things that happened there but that is just a dream for now Jan 14, Jobair H rated it it was amazing.

What I think about this book is that it is hard to not want to keep reading more and more. This is a story on how Fernando Torres had transferred from Athletico Madrid but during then he had "You'll Never Walk Alone" printed on his captain armband and at that time he was excited for his move And that is when Liverpool FC's saying was born. Feb 19, ColoredVinyl rated it it was ok. Jan 21, Wesley Terpstra rated it really liked it. Legendary Athletico Madrid, Liverpool, and Chelsea player Fernando Torres describes what his life was like trying to make it into the big leagues as a child while his family struggled to support him financially.

After his amazing start with his boyhood club Athletico Madrid, he describes what it was like making his record-breaking transfer to England giants, Liverpool. There, he would describe the struggles of living up to his name, as well as adjusting to life in England, not knowing how to speak English all that well, and getting used to life outside of Spain.

He then talks about his second record-breaking move to Chelsea, where he would go on to score one of the most famous goals in club history. After his spell in England, he describes his emotion when he was transferred back to his boyhood club, Athletico Madrid. Fernando talks about all the personal relationships he made along the way, as the struggles of always having to be in the spotlight.

The book is written quite well by Fernando, as well as some help from another author. He goes into great detail about all aspects about his life, and makes every chapter interesting. It is an easy read for most people. As rolled into , indeed, Anfield and Melwood was like the White House in House of Cards , only dysfunctional versions which worked for nobody.

Torres had signed for Liverpool because leveraged investment had made it possible. Had Liverpool won the Premier League title, it would have been one of the great sporting miracles, as Rick Parry, the former chief executive reflects elsewhere in Ring of Fire. From here, there is an accepted version of events: I outlined in my proposal to Torres that a book would offer the opportunity for him to look back at his time at Liverpool with enough space for context to play a major role in the story, unlike a newspaper interview where word counts sometimes mean limitations.

Torres accepted my request that we meet far quicker than I expected.

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So I flew to Madrid in March sensing that maybe his take might be a different one. You can read the much longer story next week when the book is released. There is more to the Torres interview than just the nature of his departure. But the short of that particularly thorny issue follows here. To establish that, he had met with Christian Purslow on holiday in the aftermath of the World Cup held in South Africa.

Damien Comolli was hired to the role, having achieved varied success at Tottenham Hotspur. Torres recalls a meeting in the November: They wanted to bring in young players, to build something new. I was thinking to myself: It takes two, three, four, maybe even 10 years. I did not have time to wait. I wanted to win. Here we are five years later and they are still trying to build — around the same position in the league as when I left.

It was the fall-out from the consultation with Kenny Dalglish that proved to be defining for Torres, however. Dalglish had initially been appointed on a temporary basis following the sacking of Roy Hodgson. Though Torres admits of his unhappiness and that the possibility of leaving was discussed during the constructive discussion that did not include his agent or any other representatives speaking on his behalf, this conversation only happened after Liverpool had started negotiating privately with Chelsea.

He determined this information had come from a deliberate leak and that his position as a Liverpool player was untenable because of broken trust. It was not like this in the discussion s.

Liverpool could not admit they were doing something wrong with the whole team. They had to find a guilty one. Following the madness and drain of the Hicks and Gillett era and then the drama of a takeover, maybe matters got out of control.

He wanted to win trophies and didnt think we would. The club were willing to sell if the price was right. Looking forward to the book. Is there any reason why the article is not titled: Liverpool and Torres: Looking forward to reading more with the book.

However, the heart pangs not to have ever seen Torres and Suarez together.

Whoever was at fault for the departure of Torres the timing was dreadful as I remember. It was a good pass from Fabio but you worked it well.

A football coach through and through.

A man so absolutely dedicated to a difficult, demanding and often ungrateful profession. He knows how to choose the right players for his system, players who fit his philosophy for the team and the squad. He builds a strong group and helps to improve the individual within it.

He pushes you so hard that you end up playing at per cent of your potential.

Then he pushes you some more. Once he has got you playing at your very peak, he finds a way to fit all the pieces together for maximum effect. The work you do and the improvements that come with it gives you confidence.

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So does he. He asks the players for their opinion and tries to involve them in the debate over what we should do. I remember that during one of the first team talks I was involved in he asked us, in a way, what the key to winning the game was.It takes two, three, four, maybe even 10 years. I did not have the time to wait.

My Story by Fernando Torres. Modern day club legends led by Rafa in the dug out Bring them home Reply. He would never be Loved by the fans like he was Loved at Liverpool. At Liverpool, they made me feel like a king.

You can read the much longer story next week when the book is released. Dalglish had told me he did not want me to leave but at the same time I knew Liverpool were negotiating with Chelsea, so maybe this was not the truth.

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