Found April 25, 2013 on Fox Soccer:
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Chelsea striker Fernando Torres expects to stay at Stamford Bridge for at least another three years as he bids to win more trophies. The 29-year-old Spain striker has struggled to reach the heights he scaled at Liverpool prior to his £50million move to the Blues in January 2011. Torres netted 81 goals in 142 games for Liverpool, but his confidence spiraled in a comparatively barren start to his Chelsea career, which has regularly seen suggestions Roman Abramovich is running out of patience with his biggest on-field investment and is prepared to cut his losses. Yet the World Cup winner appears to be enjoying the Europa League, netting four times in the last three matches to help Chelsea to Thursday's semifinal first leg at Basle, and he envisages a long and successful spell in west London alongside the likes of Juan Mata, Eden Hazard, David Luiz and Oscar. "I have many things still to give to this club," Torres said. "I have three more years contract so I'm...
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