Former Anfield icon Robbie Fowler was pictured taking part in a charity event at the club that he currently plays football for, Perth Glory. He was at a charity event where Fowler chose to wear a Liverpool shirt that belonged to Fernando Torres. He didn't have good things to say.
The 35-year-old quoted “There is nothing wrong with the front of the shirt but it’s just the name on the back.
“With what’s happened this week it’s a shirt that not only myself but many Liverpool fans would rather not wear just yet.
“He (Torres) didn’t leave the club in great hands or great shape but thankfully they managed to go out and buy a couple of decent players.”
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