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'Torres' proud to see 'Salah' rise to greatness with Liverpool superheng1688 
‘Torres’ proud to see ‘Salah’ rise to greatness with Liverpool superheng1688 

superheng1688   Fernando Torres reveals his pride in seeing Mohamed Salah establish himself as ‘One of the best players of the last 10 years’ and one of the greatest players ever to play at Liverpool. Including talking about Diogo Jota, another ‘Reds’ player who was able to play together as well. superheng1688 

    Torres and Salah were teammates at Chelsea. It was the latter’s first step into English football in 2014 and they have remained in touch ever since. Like most people Torres has been impressed with the level Salah has achieved after moving to Anfield in 2017. (superheng1688   )

    With 207 goals from 337 appearances, the Egyptian is currently fifth on the Reds’ all-time top scorers list. and has a game-to-goal ratio that exceeds that of many of the club’s striker legends – including Torres.

    “We are teammates at Chelsea. And I’m really happy for him,” Torres said. “I have been in contact with him many times. And so happy he broke all my records!”

    “I remember when he came to England. And he is very young. and did not get proper playing time He had to move to Italy and prove himself. and find special clubs for special players.”

    “You can see the results he has created for himself. For me, (he is) a top player and one of the best players of the last 10 years. I always say this, (he is) a player. My favorite player (and) I consider him one of the best players in the world over the last 10 years.”

    “You can see how many wins Liverpool have won. And you know the club is fighting for everything. And I am sure he is one of the main reasons. I’m really proud of him. Because I know how difficult it was for him to come to England. And time has proven that he is a special player. And he just needs a special club like Liverpool to trust him. And he showed what he could do.”

    “I am very happy when he signs a new contract to continue playing for Liverpool [in 2022]. He will be one of the best players in Liverpool history, I am sure, he already is. But he still has a lot to do.”

    Torres has also played alongside another member of Jurgen Klopp’s current Reds squad, linking up briefly with a young Diogo Jota during his second stint at the club. Atletico Madrid in 2016

    “I remember when Diogo came,” Torres said. “He was very young. And it comes from Pacos de Ferreira, as one of the youngsters joining Atletico’s pre-season first team. And everyone expects big things from them.”

    “At the end of pre-season he left (to FC Porto), but you can see something special in this young man. Really happy with him, the way he’s doing now in his time in England.”

    “Coming to Liverpool is a big step for him. Now you can see what kind of player he is. I remember the little times we played together. And I’m proud of what he did after that. Because it is not easy to come to Atletico. and was released on loan And you have to prove yourself in many places.”

    Torres happily returned to Anfield last weekend. By scoring a goal in front of the Kop as Liverpool Legends Beat Ajax Legends in the 8th Annual Charity Game, Raising Money for the Liverpool Foundation

    The 40-year-old, who scored 81 goals in 142 appearances for the Reds between 2007 and 2011, is now embarking on a new career in coaching. He is currently managing the U-19 team. of Atletico Madrid and hopes to one day emulate his former coaches such as Rafael Benitez and Diego Simeone.

    Of course, he also has a lot of respect for Klopp’s work.

    “I like the English style more – changing the game and pressing and playing fast and sharp,” he said. “That’s why I’ve been a big fan of Jurgen since he was at Dortmund.”

    “I was very happy when I saw he signed for Liverpool. Because you can see from Klopp (that) there is a connection with the supporters. He did it at Mainz in Germany. He did it at Dortmund. And Liverpool is even more special. The connection from the players, coaches and supporters was amazing. You can see after nine seasons what he’s done. And I think he is very special.”

    “I met him a few times when they came to Madrid. And I follow Pep. Liners too I read his book and saw things. So much they do every day. And that’s a huge inspiration. Hopefully I’ll have the chance to meet them. and talk with them And look at what they are doing.”

    “When you see Jurgen Klopp’s team, you know how they will play. One style is heavy metal football. And I like that. The difficult thing is How can you cultivate that? Hopefully one day I will find out.”

    Torres said he was also delighted to see the progress so many young players have made at Liverpool this season. It was a player he had met since the beginning of their journey.

    “I remember playing against Liverpool in the (UEFA) Youth League three years ago,” he added. “In that team I faced (Jarell) Kwansah, (Bobby) Clark, (Conor) Bradley and a lot of the players you can see in the first team now.”

    “It’s really good. I saw the players when they were kids. And now they are in the first team. and do the work they are doing Its really good. For the coaches to be a part of that.”

    He continued: “I used to be one of those players who said I would never coach! But look at me, I’m trying now!”

    “I had a lot of fun. Learning a lot in Atletico Madrid’s academy, it’s my third season with the U19 team and I feel like I can help the young players. Because I’ve been there before. And I try to help them.”

    “Now you can see that we have Pablo. Barrios is in Atletico’s first team. He was with us two years ago. And I’m really proud of him. You will feel like you are part of the players’ development. This is really a good thing.”

    “I try to find my own way but always look for the best. I was lucky enough to have had great managers in my career – Rafael Benitez, Luis Aragones in Spain, (Jose) Mourinho, (Carlo) An. Celotti, (Diego) Simeone, I learned a lot from each of them. And now I try to do things my own way.”

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