Fernando Torres: What Does Andre Villas-Boas Sacking Mean for Striker ?

Roberto Alvarez-Galloso@AlvarezGallosoChief Writer IMarch 4, 2012

Fernando Torres
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Chelsea's owner Roman Abramovich sacked Andre Villas-Boas as manager after less than a year. The spotlight is headed in the direction of Fernando Torres.

Villas-Boas defended Torres in the past in spite of his inability to score goals. Villas-Boas lost his job with Chelsea because of trying to defend what could not be defended.

The future for Fernando Torres in Chelsea does not look promising with Villas-Boas being sacked. The best scenario for Chelsea FC and Fernando Torres would be to part ways.

According to the statistics from ESPN Soccernet, Torres scored two goals within 22 matches during the 2011-2012 Premier League season. The Spanish National World Football team recognized that Torres can no longer score when he was excluded from the country's friendly against Venezuela.

Vicente Del Bosque (Spanish Coach) doubts that Torres has a future with Spain in the Euro 2012 tournament.

The conclusion is that Torres has no future in Chelsea and should leave. The sooner, the better.