Fernando Torres defended by Chelsea supervisor Carlo Ancelotti soon after another goalless exhibit versus Fulham
Chelsea supervisor defends his £50m signing and says all he wants is time soon after goalless draw in opposition to Fulham.
Out of the blue Ancelotti’s spoilt for alternative and it has upset Chelsea
The moral of Chelsea’s time may stop up becoming “be cautious what you wish for”. Their operator, Roman Abramovich, spent £75m on Fernando Torres and David Luiz for the duration of the January transfer window to re-energise their flagging campaign but the end result has been the polar opposite.
Chelsea’s £50million striker Fernando Torres flopped once more as a – draw at Fulham all but ended his club’s hopes of retaining the Barclays Premier League title. Also: Tottenham Hotspur will not stand in the way of Harry Redknapp if he is asked to be successful Fabio Capello as England manager.