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Liverpool’s Fernando Torres Wants To Beat Manchester United For The Fans

by I Believe I Can Fry

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Anfield record signing vows to turn his form around this weekend.

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Liverpool’s most expensive signing and top marksman Fernando Torres has bee first to start the mind games by suggesting he will turn around his form at Old Trafford against Manchester United at the weekend.

The Liverpool hitman has suffered from numerous injuries over the last few years but can finally see himself getting back to his best. On the game against Manchester United he said.

“It means everything to the fans, We are the two most successful teams in England but it has not been nice for the Liverpool fans to watch Manchester United have so much success over recent years. We have a great squad and a great manager and we really hope to give the fans a trophy this season, as well as beating Manchester United for them.”

Liverpool’s last visit to Old Trafford resulted in a 4-1 away win, perhaps, meaning that Chelsea, instead of United picking up the Premiership title.

“Beating Manchester United 4-1 on their own ground is practically unheard of, We went 1-0 down as well which made the victory that much more impressive. I scored the equaliser, and that has to be one of my favourite days wearing the Liverpool shirt.” (Footy Latest)

With Manchester United only managing draws in their last two games, is this the match where Liverpool can kick-start their season?

Torres usually causes the Manchester United defence problems, and he will need to be on top form this weekend. He came into a lot of criticism after the game against Birmingham, and he now has a point to prove.

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