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Who is Fernando Jose

Fernando José Torres Sanz (born 20 March 1984 in Madrid, Spain) is a football player who grew up in the Fuenlabrada neighborhood. His nicknamed El Niño (The Kid), because of his youth. He is a right-sided player and has been described by the Spanish national coach Luis Aragones as “never scores two goals the same” because of the variety of goals he scores.

Fernando José Torres Sanz, El Niño (The Kid for his English fans) great Liverpool striker, although still a standard of athletic morals, is distinguished by his unattainable speed as well as his undeniable scoring effectiveness. Followed by many (and many) counts equally with his detractors who consider him as an overrated player. On the other hand, the young man always seems to be in the midst of polemics and comments from friends and strangers, such as the recent confrontation with the now-ex-Spanish coach, Luis Aragonés, and his “tradition” of replacing him halfway through the match in official international competitions; “Legend” despite which he played the 90 minutes of the final of the Eurocopa settling as the defender of the title so longed for the red after scoring the only goal of the match.

Fernando Jose Biography

First name FERNANDO TORRES Nickname El Niсo
Birthdate March 20, 1984 Weight 65kf
Place of birth madrid Spain zodiac sign Pisces
Nationality nationalized spanish Current team# 9
Actual club Liverpool Position Forward
Height 1.86 meters International parties ???
Goals 18 (Spanish national team), 116 (clubs) Children 1
Year of his first debut 2001 Debut Club Atletico Madrid
Wife Olalla Domínguez Liste Net Worth $20 million

Fernando Torres

Fernando Jose Player profile

In 1994, at the age of 10, Fernando Torres came to the attention of Atletico Madrid. That was the year Torres played in his first eleven-a-side team, Rayo 13, and promptly scored 55 goals. On this account, he was selected for a trial at his future club. He joined Atletico Madrid in 1995 at the age of 11, the lowest age category of teams at the club. At the end of the 19992000 season, Torres was part of the first team. His success was at the European Under-16 Championship in England in 2001. Torres finished as the Player of the Tournament en route to Spain’s victory.

Torres made his debut for Atlético de Madrid in the El Calderon stadium on May 27, 2001, against Leganes. In November of that year, Torres played in the Under-17 World Cup in Trinidad and Tobago.

In July Torres played in the Under-19 European Championship in Norway, a tournament won by Spain.
Torres made his debut for the Under-21 national team in 2003. On September 6, 2003, Torres made his debut for the senior national team against Portugal.

The young Spanish striker scored vital goals to help Spain qualify for the 2006 World Cup in Germany.

He is the youngest player to play for Atletico, the youngest goalscorer for the Spanish national side. Torres wears the number 9 shirt. Currently, his goal tally for the club stands at 68.

Liverpool Summary

In the summer of 2005, Chelsea and Manchester United were fighting to sign him with millions of pounds being said to be offered. Yet Torres decided to stay with Atlético de Madrid after it was clear that both offers were false. However, in the January 2006 transfer window, cash-strapped Atlético de Madrid have made Torres available with a price tag around £25 million. Tottenham Hotspur had apparently been the only club to capitalize on this with a reported bid for £20.5 million. But it went no further than that. In March of 2006, the Spanish striker said it was confirmed to him.

The season 20062007 decided to undertake a new adventure that led him to participate in the English Premier League with Liverpool FC in which, from the beginning, he has stood out for his formidable football and elegant technique.

Liverpool signed the player on June 3, 2007, for 36 million euros, becoming the most expensive signing in the 150-year history of the English Club and the most expensive of the 2007/2008 season in Europe; He would debut with his new team in a friendly against Werder Bremen (3-2 for the Reds).

Fernando Jose Liverpool

On 11 August he officially opens with Liverpool FC in the Aston Villa-Liverpool FC (1-2) league match and makes a more than a remarkable match. He plays his first match in the Champions League on August 15 against Toulouse (0-1 for Rafael Benítez’s team); and although it is only the previous phase of the Champions, one of the main dreams that he was looking for with his exit from Atlético has finally been fulfilled.

On August 19, he made his debut in Anfield Road against Chelsea FC in the Premier League match. In the next match of the premier Fernando becomes the best player of the game scoring 2 goals of born forward in a match in which Liverpool FC won 6-0 against Derby County. With a month playing in the premier is chosen by all the fans of Liverpool best player “network” of August.

This magnificent career culminates after being named ‘player of the month’ in February in the Premier League. That same year, 2007, it is known that he is one of the 30 nominees, and the only Spanish, to the FIFA World Player, recognition to the best player of the year 2007 voted by the selectors and captains of selections.

Fernando Torres

Premier League

Atlético chiefs that Newcastle United of the English Premier League had made a bid for him. Lately.  Torres has been linked by the media to English club Arsenal F.C after reports claim that José Antonio Reyes has held talks with Arsène Wenger about signing his fellow Spaniard. The agent of Torres has recommended Torres to weigh up his options and think about moving clubs if he gets offers of Top-European Clubs.

It is widely expected that a good performance for Spain at the 2006 world cup would boost his already significant demand among major European clubs. At his first ever appearance in a World Cup Finals match, Torres scored with a spectacular volley helping la selección demolish Ukraine. Reports have since surfaced about A. C. Milan entering the fray with a £20.5 bid in their quest to replace Chelsea bound Shevchenko.

Fernando Jose Club Career

Club Temp League Local cup Continental Cup Total
Part Goals Part Goals Part Goals Part Goals
Liverpool FC 07-08
8
4
one
3
two
0
eleven
7
At Madrid 06-07
36
14
4
one
40
fifteen
05-06
36
13
4
0
40
13
04-05
38
16
6
two
5
two
49
twenty
03-04
35
19
5
two
40
twenty-one
02-03
29
13
two
one
31
14
01-02 *
36
6
one
one
37
7
00-01 *
4
one
two
0
6
one
Total 222 86 25 10 7 two 252 98
Total 222 86 25 10 7 two 252 98

Participations in World Cups

world Headquarters Result
2006 Soccer World Cup Germany 8th final

Participations in European Championships of Selections

Eurocopa Headquarters Result
Eurocopa 2004 Portugal Group stage
Eurocopa 2008 Austria and Switzerland Champion

Clubs and statistics

Club Season League Local cup Continental cup Total
Part Goals Part Goals Part Goals Part Goals
 

Atlético de Madrid
Spain

2000-01 * 4 one two 0 6 one
2001-02 * 36 6 one one 37 7
2002-03 29 13 two one 31 14
2003-04 35 19 5 two 40 twenty-one
2004-05 38 16 6 two 5 two 49 twenty
2005-06 36 13 4 0 40 13
2006-07 36 14 4 one 40 fifteen
Total
(first division)
204 98 22 9 13 7 239 91
Liverpool FC
England
2007-08 33 24 one 3 10 6 44 33
Total 244 105 25 10 13 7 282 124

International cups

Title Club country Year
Algarve International Tournament Spanish team sub-16 Portugal 2001
UEFA European Under-16 Championship Spanish team sub-16 England 2001
UEFA European Under-19 Championship Spanish team U19 Norway 2002
European Championship of the UEFA Spanish selection Austria Switzerland 2008

Individual distinctions

Distinction Year
Top scorer of the UEFA European Under-16 Championship 2001
Best player of the UEFA European Under-16 Championship 2001
Top scorer of the UEFA European Under-19 Championship 2002
Best player of the UEFA European Under-19 Championship 2002
Best newcomer in the English Premier League 2008
Best player in the UEFA European Championship Final 2008

Fernando Torres

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